The government must consider the impact of the lockdown on domestic abuse and mental health as it plans its exit strategy, Theresa May has said.
The former prime minister said measures to tackle coronavirus must not do "more damage than the disease itself".
She spoke as MPs debated the Domestic Abuse Bill, amid evidence of rising violence during the lockdown.
Justice Secretary Robert Buckland said help would be available for all such victims during the outbreak.
There has been a "surge" in violence in the weeks since the lockdown was introduced, a report by MPs said, with a rise in killings and the number of calls to the National Domestic Abuse helpline run by Refuge up 49% after three weeks.
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