Metro (UK) - - TALK -

■ I work for the NHS and travel to work by pub­lic trans­port. I al­ways wear a mask but oth­ers don’t seem to bother. Could peo­ple start tak­ing this virus se­ri­ously so we might avoid a sec­ond wave? Lynne, Lon­don

■ On my bus yes­ter­day, ten out of the 13 pas­sen­gers – or 77 per cent – were not wear­ing a mask. Is this a record? Tu­dor Wright, Lon­don

■ Stjohn Evans from Bris­tol thinks the school day should be re­vamped to teach and pre­pare chil­dren for the work­ing day by con­tin­u­ing un­til 6pm (MetroTalk, Tue). Right, I’ll try to ex­plain that to my four-year-old niece who is in re­cep­tion class.

Ryan, Black­wood

■ Uber is go­ing to run river ser­vices, is it (Metro, Thu)? I guess you can’t get lost on a river… Danny, via email

■ Would I be right in think­ing that the gov­ern­ment, which is sup­pos­edly plan­ning to stop no­to­ri­ously un­der­paid

NHS staff pay from park­ing for free at their places of work, is the same gov­ern­ment com­prised of MPs who can claim gen­er­ous ex­penses and en­joy sub­sidised food and drink in the Palace of West­min­ster?

Ju­lian Self, Mil­ton Keynes

■ Dean sug­gests pre­fab might be the so­lu­tion to the hous­ing cri­sis (MetroTalk, Thu). As a child, my friend’s fam­ily lived in one – how we loved go­ing to her house.

Margaret, Lan­cashire

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