Boris Johnson should take questions from a group of senior MPs twice a week while Parliament is shut, one Conservative MP has said.
Ex-Defence Minister Tobias Ellwood says this would ensure “partial scrutiny” can continue.
Parliament has closed for one month to combat the spread of coronavirus.
However a number of MPs have expressed concern that this will prevent members from holding the government to account.
The House of Commons had been due to break for Easter on 31 March, but shut on 25 March instead.
Commons leader Jacob Rees-Mogg said the “aim”…