A York MP says she's not going to vote in Parliament until the current system changes because she doesn't think it's safe.
MPs voted to return to voting in person earlier this week after using a "hybrid" system during the coronavirus lockdown which saw some MPs in the Commons chamber and some appearing via video link.
Some votes were held remotely for the first time in Parliament's history.
Votes on Tuesday saw MPs queuing up outside the Commons chamber before walking to the Speaker's chair to say their name and which way they were voting.
York Central Labour MP Rachael Maskell said: "I looked down on groups of MPs in Westminster Hall who were standing, laughing in little groups and not observing social distancing.
There was a "long snake of MPs" going into vote, many of whom "weren't following distancing rules", she added.
"I'm being asked to either sacrifice my vote, or potentially sacrifice the life of a colleague or member of staff. I certainly won't be voting until the voting system changes," she said.