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An adorable moment when the MP's baby starts crying during a video call from the Education Committee


Baby's First Selected Committee! Moment when MP's crying kid interrupts Ofqual's video call while her multitasking dad straps her into a papus to calm her down as she resumes the meeting

  • Stoke Conservative MP Jonathan Gullis appeared on the video call with his baby
  • The footage shows that the child initially appeared to be in the parents' arms
  • Soon he started crying, forcing Mr. Gullis to leave and come back with a baby carrier

This is the adorable moment when a crying baby interrupted an Education Select Committee video call as the newborn's father struggled to keep his little girl calm.

Stoke Conservative MP Jonathan Gullis, 30, who used to be a secondary school teacher in Birmingham, appeared in the Zoom group with his newborn Amelia.

At first the little one seemed to be in her father's arms, but soon began to cry and forced the father to leave the room and come back with a baby carrier.

The footage of the surprising scenes was shared on Twitter this morning. Social media users praised the MP for his multitasking skills during the Ofqual grilling over the exam results fiasco.

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This is the adorable moment when a crying baby interrupted an Education Select Committee video call as the newborn's father struggled to keep his little girl calm. Pictured Conservative MP Jonathan Gullis of Stoke with his daughter Amelia

30-year-old Gullis (pictured), who used to be a secondary school teacher in Birmingham, performed in the Zoom group with his newborn Amelia

30-year-old Gullis (pictured), who used to be a secondary school teacher in Birmingham, performed in the Zoom group with his newborn Amelia

At the beginning of the clip you can see Mr. Gullis skillfully weighing his baby while he reacts to his colleagues.

And even if his newborn begins to interrupt the meeting, Mr. Gullis continues to attempt to professionally question and listen to the information he receives.

Eventually the MP leaves the room and returns with a baby carrier. It just seems like the trick to getting your newborn to settle back down.

Social media users were quick to praise the parents for their work, and one person wrote, “Nice to have a male MP on the Education Committee voting for him with his little baby. I recognize this constant swaying! & # 39;

At first the little one (pictured with her infatuated father) seemed to be in the parents' arms, but soon began to cry

At first the little one (pictured with her infatuated father) seemed to be in the parents' arms, but soon began to cry

The father had to leave the room and come back with a baby carrier in which his child was securely fastened (picture).

The father had to leave the room and come back with a baby carrier in which his child was securely fastened (picture).

Another said, “Is this the youngest member of the Education Select Committee? Tory MP Jonathan Gullis cradles the baby while @Ofqual remotely grills in Papus. I love the multitasking vibe. & # 39;

On August 18, Mr Gullis shared a snippet of himself and his newborn daughter with his personal Instagram account to announce their birth.

On Sunday, Nkita gave birth to our beautiful girl Amelia. She weighed 7 pounds 13 ounces and both Nkita and Amelia are in good health, ”he wrote.

"I'm the proudest man alive and I can't wait to spend some quality time with my family."

The footage of the surprising scenes was shared on Twitter this morning. Social media users (above) praised the MP for his multitasking skills

The footage of the surprising scenes was shared on Twitter this morning. Social media users (above) praised the MP for his multitasking skills

Today's meeting discussed the government's forced U-turn and allowed A-Level and GCSE results in England to be based on teachers' assessments following a furious dispute over grades.

Regulatory Authority Ofqual confirmed last month that England would follow steps already taken by Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland after a controversial computer algorithm flagged thousands of teenagers.

It was announced that students could rate either the adjusted grade or the estimate made by their teachers higher.

A-Level and GCSE exams were canceled this year due to a disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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