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News Sponsored by Cleaning Up is dirty work for ITV


ITV’s new drama series, Cleaning Up, has been one of the big talking points in early 2019 for the UK cleaning industry, but the series has divided viewers.


The drama sees Sheridan Smith star as contract cleaner Sam, a single mother struggling with an online gambling addiction and mounting debts. Through her work as a cleaner at a stockbroker’s office, she stumbles headfirst into the world of insider trading by spying on a worker involved in dodgy deals – a modern take on 1963 film Ladies Who Do.


The show highlights the ‘invisible’ nature of cleaners, as the office workers ignore the early morning hygiene workforce and fail to suspect that any of them could be involved in espionage, although little actual cleaning is shown and Sam’s behaviour is often unproductive and unprofessional. It does a terrible job portraying both cleaners themselves and cleaning as a profession.


While the show has attracted decent ratings and fair-


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Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust


partners with ISS Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust has awarded ISS Facility Services, Healthcare a five-year contract, worth approximately £40m, to provide a range of soft facility services in south-east London.


These services include cleaning, catering, housekeeping, security and associated services. ISS will be welcoming more than 250 new staff members into their Healthcare Team, and the contract will commence 1 April 2019.


Alistair Campbell, Contracts Manager at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, said: “We are excited about merging all these services into one single contract. There are many


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Luis Zunzunegui, Vice President at SC Johnson Professional, says: “SC Johnson Professional is bringing innovative, quality products and services to professional markets built on a deep understanding of customer needs and a vision to ‘re-think the professional experience’ with the user in mind.


“We look forward to continued expansion of the SC Johnson Professional portfolio in the coming years as we grow to meet the needs of customers in markets around the world.”


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benefits, including the creation of one integrated team across our sites, providing great services in a consistent and coordinated way. This provides a great opportunity for innovation and I hope we will see immediate benefits.”


Chris Ash, Managing Director of ISS Healthcare, said: “We have wanted to provide services to Oxleas for a very long time and so I am delighted that, at last, we now have a unique opportunity of bringing all the services under one umbrella. We have put forward a number of initiatives that will see Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust become a great example to others in the way that they deliver their soft FM services across a range of clinical disciplines.”


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to-middling reviews, viewers have been turned off by its unsympathetic lead character, gaping plot holes and the utter absurdity of Sam’s espionage exploits. Social media has been flooded with viewers bemoaning the show following each episode, yet there is enough tension to keep many returning for more. Despite the corny and unbelievable script, the show is saved by Sheridan’s performance as Sam.


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