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Hello, I am Keith, one of the experts on Just Answer, and pleased to be able to help you with your question.
An employee can only have one place of duty. If they are required to travel elsewhere from time to rime travelling and subsistence generally follow. However, there is a two year rule for visiting a site and after that it would become your normal place of work and then travelling and subsistence allowances inappropriate. As you can see the situation is a trifle complex and this may well finish up in the Sheriff Court.
As I told you as an employee you can only have one place of work. Your employer appears to be under the impression you can have two. This is incorrect. I suggest that the next stage is for you to consult a solicitor in this matter.
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