Did you brave the elements and make it to work?

Did you brave the elements and make it to work?
Many parts of the country ground to a halt on Monday as Britain was hit by snow storms. Millions failed to make it to work as transport was hit by the weather, or the lure of taking a day off to build snowmen proved too strong. But did you make it in to work?
Yes, there's no stopping me from getting to the office!
No, I didn't make it
Not quite, but I did at least work from home

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