Boris Johnson and Tory MPs forced to self-isolate after No 10 meeting

The prime minister has spent his first working day in self-isolation at Downing Street. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe)

Boris Johnson is trying to "reset" his government and restore trust amongst Tory backbenchers.

But it was a meeting at Number 10 with backbenchers last week which landed him in self-isolation, after Ashfield MP Lee Anderson tested positive for Covid-19.

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