A Cornwall MP says she has had nearly 1,000 emails from constituents about the Dominic Cummings situation from people who "feel like they’ve had an almighty kick in the teeth".
Truro and Falmouth Conservative Cherilyn Mackrory said in a Facebook post that she wanted to "make clear that I share plenty of your concerns".
She also highlighted "unacceptable" abuse that she and her team had received, which she said was "wholly unjust" as she had been "sticking to the word of the government guidance" on Covid-19.
She said she had never met Mr Cummings, but while his actions "may not have been illegal, but it did go against clear government advice" and she "cannot condone" him, and that his travelling "260 miles, knowing that he may soon be affected by Covid-19, is not acceptable".
She added that she thinks there needs to be an apology, but the decision of Mr Cumming's future employment was "for the Prime Minister".
She also said she had fed the comments she had received to the government.