Jacob Rees-Mogg Wears A Mask During PMQs In The Commons

  Jacob Rees-Mogg was seen wearing a face mask in the Commons on Wednesday during prime minister’s questions. The blue and whit mask, is thought to be in the Old Etonian colours, in a reference to his previous school Eton College. The Commons leader has been one of the most defiant MPs when it comes to concealing his nose and mouth to prevent the spread of Covid inside parliament. He has previously claimed that masks are not compulsory in the work place, and that he had taken lateral flow tests before going into the Commons. He once told shadow commons leader Thangam Debbonarie: “I am negative and therefore I am not going to be spewing Covid around this chamber because I have taken a negative lateral flow test.” Before that, Rees-Mogg caused an uproar by saying he did not need to wear a mask around his Conservative colleagues because they all worked together and met regularly. At the time, it was obligatory for staff and visitors to wear face masks but not MPs. He suggested that would p .. Full story on huffingtonpost.co.uk 

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