Oxford MP Anneliese Dodds has said Dominic Cummings' trip to Durham has undermined clarity on lockdown. 

On Friday night, the Mirror and Guardian newspapers revealed that the Prime Minister's chief aide had made a 260-mile trip to Durham whilst having suspected coronavirus and whilst his wife had coronavirus. 

The trip took place days after lockdown rules were announced and those rules stated that anyone with coronavirus should stay at home. 

The newspapers yesterday reported that Mr Cummings had travelled to Durham for a second time during the lockdown. 

Mr Cummings, when approached by journalists yesterday, said he behaved 'reasonably and legally.' He later added: "It's not about what you guys think."

No.10 said Mr Cummings and his wife made the trip so that his sister could look after his daughter as he and his wife were ill. 

But it has provoked anger from the public, with many people unable to attend loved ones funerals, or see their families, because they were sticking to the lockdown advice. 

Cabinet Ministers have tweeted in support of Mr Cummings but today so far three Conservative MPs - Steve Baker, Simon Hoare and Roger Gale - have called for his resignation. 

But Conservative Witney MP Robert Courts tweeted in support of Mr Cummings. 

He said: 'A situation to worry any parent with a young child: you or your partner are ill, but you have to provide care. 

'An explanation has been requested and provided.

'Those now seeking to politicise the concern of parents from a young child ought to look at this with some compassion.'

Oxford East MP and shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds said any clarity on what people should do if they think they have coronavirus had been undermined. 

She wrote: 'At this time of crisis must have clarity from government on exactly what those with suspected coronavirus, and their families, should do. 

'Today has undermined that clarity.

'And ambiguity will cost lives.'

What do you think? Should Mr Cummings resign, or was his travel safe and legitimate?