Despite the coronavirus lockdown, many are self-employed and have no choice but to go into work, while their employers are refusing to shut sites down.
From court staff to construction workers, beauty therapists to DIY shop workers, many have little choice but to work.
Cransley High and Brine Leas Academy, both in Cheshire, have taken precautions after pupils returned from a school trip to Italy.
An outspoken BBC guest claimed Britain was "sinking" and that a "flood" of immigrants were costing the NHS too much. Turns out it really isn't that straightforward.
David Abel said he "came over a bit weird and nearly passed out," after being taken to the facility in an ambulance.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are renouncing the Sovereign Grant, but what about their income from the Duchy of Cornwall and royal security costs?