I SEE that Downing Street says social distancing was in place when Prime Minister Boris Johnson was meeting MPs such as Andy Carter last week.

And there is no reason to believe that was not the case.

But why was this meeting held in person at all?

In my work, since March we have been at home.

My office is now my living room and that may well be the case for a while to come.

Every meeting I have attended has been via Zoom.

All of this of course was on government advice (apart from the month where we were told to go back to work before the decision was changed).

My point is why is the work of the Government different?

Could it be anything to do with the fact a camera was there to allow MPs to show how pally they are with the Prime Minister and how they are getting things done?

How does the Government expect people to stick to the rules when it can’t stick to its own rules.