Rees-Mogg’s back-to-work scheme went sideways when an MP showed Covid symptoms – 11 sick burns

After a shambolic and potentially dangerous – from a coronavirus point of view – physically present vote, the House of Commons had its first day under Jacob Rees-Mogg’s new social-distancing measures on Wednesday.

It wasn’t a huge success.

Femi reminded us all of the guidance.

The minister in question was tested for coronavirus and sent home to self-isolate.

It’s the sort of situation for which the word “omnishambles” was invented.

These were our favourite of the many scathing responses.

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Here’s a little reminder of the scenes on the stairs as MPs waited almost an hour to vote on Tuesday.

It’s okay, though, because it probably wasn’t a virtual Petri dish of virulence at all.

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Finally, comedy writer and author, James Felton, pitied the poor sap of a contact tracer who’s been sitting around watching Netflix all geared up for their first proper Track and Trace job.

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Parliament’s socially distanced voting system is a shambles – 18 scathing reactions

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