The Liberal Democrat MP for St Albans, Daisy Cooper, has criticised the government's move to have insist on MPs voting in person in Parliament instead of having the option to do it from home - a measure that was brought in during the coronavirus lockdown.
A bill to not allow remote voting passed by 261 votes to 163 in the House of Commons yesterday.
Ms Cooper had to join a long, socially distanced, queue to vote.
"If they want to lead by example they should be embracing digital technology and reducing the amount of commuting MPs have to make up and down the country," she said.
"They should be reinforcing social distancing not encouraging MPs to travel the breadth and length of the country to end up being super-spreaders and putting their own communities at risk."
Meanwhile, the Conservative MP for Harlow, Robert Halfon said he was "ashamed" of his party after the decision.
Mr Halfon, who has cerebral palsy and has been shielding, said it was not fair on people like him who've been told to shield by medics as they're considered vulnerable to the virus.
He decided not to travel to Westminster yesterday, so had no vote in the decision about how the House would vote in the future.