Until the House of Commons has larger groups in it, is it right for the Gvt to preach going back? This is the statement from April: ‘The commission statement said the hybrid model “was developed at speed and chosen as an achievable first step towards a virtual parliament, having the benefit of meeting current technological capacity”. In a statement, Hoyle said he wanted MPs and staff to remain socially distanced and not attend parliament unless necessary. “By initiating a hybrid solution, with steps towards an entirely virtual parliament, we are enabling members to stay close to their communities, while continuing their important work scrutinising the government,” he said. “I do not want members and house staff putting themselves at risk.....” And might one also argue that some CEOs, some head teachers and some slt will be safer than their teachers because they will be in their offices and not in classrooms?