Home Secretary Priti Patel said all options were being considered to ramp up safety while they are with constituents.
She said changes were happening immediately but added: “We’re here to serve the public. We will do absolutely everything to enable our elected representatives to carry on.”
It comes as Boris Johnson leads tributes in Parliament today as MPs return to Westminster for the first time since Sir David Amess was killed while holding a constituency surgery.
Ms Patel said discussions were under way with MPs about extra measures to keep them safe from attacks like the one on Friday in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. Each representative is being contacted by their local police.
MPs could also be asked to share their whereabouts at all times with police, she said.
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