But there are concerns about MPs having to divulge sensitive medical details to avoid voting in person.Read more
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The prime minister was asked about a £1bn development which Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has accepted he approved unlawfully.
On Tuesday MPs voted to reinstate a physical Parliament, despite a rebellion by 10 Conservatives.
Some MPs have said the Conservative government's plans risk excluding those with medical conditions or caring duties.
Responding to criticism, Boris Johnson said shielded and older members should be allowed to vote by proxy.
Later, the government will introduce a motion, allowing those MPs to be able to take part in questions virtually.
Robert Halfon, the Conservative MP for Harlow in Essex who is shielding and did not attend last night's vote on medical advice, said he was "very happy" to hear the news.
Currently, MPs who are new parents are able to arrange a proxy vote.
Mr Halfon was born with mild cerebral palsy. He has since developed osteoarthritis and walks using crutches.
Boris Johnson says MPs who are shielding or over 70 should be able to vote by proxy in the Commons.
SNP Westminster leader asks the PM if he has talked to Donald Trump about the death of George Floyd.
Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer clash on on the government's steps to ease the lockdown.
Lloyd Russell-Moyle asks the PM to "put his money where is mouth is" and stop cuts to fire services.