In an unusual move, Murdoch's famously anti-union newspapers have given column-space and editorial backing to one particular trade unionist's leadership campaign.
Politicians and campaigners say that the remarks confirm the long-held suspicion that police spying was sanctioned by the top levels of government.
While diners eat their McDonald's and KFC takeaways in safety, the people making their food are working while displaying symptoms, and discouraged from complying with isolation rules.
VICE World News hears from workers told to leave their homes to clean buildings being used by a handful of people, and of bosses telling employees to not self-isolate and get back to work.
Contractor Wilson James says that Cetin Avsar's "opinion" and "work with the union" are possible grounds for dismissal.
Cleaners at a south London academy won a victory after VICE News revealed that a manager suggested she would only provide PPE if workers ditched their trade union.
In an absurd case that collapsed last week, they said that the loud sound-waves hurt their ears and amounted to "battery".