Despite being in isolation, Boris Johnson certainly isn’t slacking on the bungling front. Parliament descended into farce Monday as the prime minister’s audio cut out while he was delivering a statement on Covid-19 restrictions.

BoJo’s grand plans for rolling back lockdown measures ahead of Christmas were somewhat overshadowed by a technology mishap that meant nobody could hear him.

In scenes similar to what many have experienced while working from home, Johnson’s audio suddenly went dead while he was answering a question about the easing of restrictions.