Job Olivia Blake asks if the PM will agree to an increase in funding for local welfare systems.
Johnson says many families are facing great difficulties. And he repeats what he said earlier about the extra 63 million pounds that go to councils that he said could help them provide meals for poor students during school holidays.
And that's it. PMQs it's over.
Stuart Anderson, a conservative, asks Johnson to commit to measures to help Wolverhampton.
Johnson says yes. He reports some investment figures to Wolverhampton.
Job Rachel Hopkins says his voters are confused by the government's coronavirus policy.
Johnson says the public, with its overwhelming common sense, ignored Labor's “negativity and attempts to confuse”.
Johnson says the government will raise animal welfare standards outside the EU and will not lower them.
The Tory, Mark Logan, asks if the PM agrees that publishing local R-number data can help give people confidence to get back to work.
Johnson agrees widely, although he does not commit to the R-number data. He says that testing and tracking should give people confidence.
The SNPs & # 39; s Stuart Malcolm McDonald says the UK has one of the worst legal disease payment systems in the world. Will the PM create a system suited to people's needs?
Johnson says people receive additional funds in addition to statutory sick pay.
He says the UK has done more than almost any other country on Earth to support people affected by the coronavirus crisis.
Johnson says he remains committed to using infrastructure projects to unite and level up in the country.
Sir Ed Davey, the acting Lib Dem leader, says blacks are 47 times more likely to be arrested and searched than whites.
Johnson says these powers are important in combating violent crime. Knife crime is a problem. He says stopping and looking is not the complete answer, but it is part of the mix.
Sir Peter Bottomley, the conservative deputy and father of the house, asks the prime minister to pay tribute to the retired Archbishop of York, John Sentamu.
Johnson says that he and Sentamu correspond frequently.
The SNPs & # 39; s Kirsty Blackman criticizes President Trump's response to the death of George Floyd. The PM still thinks Trump has many, many good qualities. If so, what are they?
Johnson says, among other things, Trump is the president of the U.S., who is the UK's most important ally and who has been a bastion of peace throughout his life.
Maria Miller, a conservative says there have been many peaceful protests against racism. She praises the PM for recognizing their meaning. Will he look again at systemic racism in government?
Johnson says that all political leaders must promote these issues. He is proud of what he did as mayor on BAME issues, he says.
Johnson says it is still the plan to allow open-air hospitality to open from July.
Ian Blackford, the SNP leader in Westminster, says Johnson told the liaison committee that he did not read the scientific articles. He says it is no wonder that the UK took so long to introduce quarantine. We must not ignore the experts again. What newspapers did he read about the 2 meter rule?
Johnson says he has read many articles about this disease, including the 2 meter rule. He wants to keep it under review, he says.
Blackford says the office discussed reducing the 2 meter rule. But scientists are not advising that you should be relaxed. The risk in one meter is much greater, he says. And he says Professor Chris Whitty said the two-meter rule should remain. He says the government is trying to reduce it too soon.
Johnson says people are following the advice. Tomorrow the government will announce more about testing and tracking. He says people will be surprised at how well people are complying.
- Johnson suggests that data on the success of the test and tracking system be announced tomorrow.
Starmer says he always says that children should come back when it is safe.
He says that in Wales the Labor government will continue to fund school food stamps during the summer holidays. The government of England does not. Will Johnson reconsider?
Johnson says the government doesn't normally do that. But he announced £ 63 million in social assistance for the councils, to allow them to help people. He hugged people. It is not helped by the “quibbles” at work. He says he will be announcing more measures to open Britain later. The government will carry out its plan, with or without the assistance of the opposition.
Starmer says that, contrary to what Johnson said, they did not discuss the proposal in the Starmer letter.
He says Johnson is struggling. He says Johnson is responsible for this mess. He quotes the children's commissioner, who says she is not confident that there is a plan. The government knew that space was a problem. The government built the Nightingale hospitals. So why are they just approaching schools now?
Johnson says that work supports one thing a week, something else. He says he knows this is how lawyers work. He says it's safe for the kids to come back. Will Starmer say that?
Starmer says Johnson's argument "just doesn't wash". It is not yet early to learn from what happened elsewhere, he says.
Returning to schools, he says there was no consensus. Students are missing six months of school. He says he suggested a national task force. Will the PM agree?
Johnson says last week that the job didn't want students back. Now yes. He says that some other schools have not sent students back. The government has a plan, he says. He states that 97% of schools submitted are seeing students coming back. He blamed the "friends" of Labor's left-wing union.
Starmer says that action is needed now. He says the prime minister must indicate when this is going to happen.
Going back to the general numbers of deaths, he says these numbers "haunt us". The government's daily number is over 40,000, the ONS is over 50,000 and the number of excess deaths is 63,000. These are the highest numbers in the world. The prime minister said he was proud of his record. But there is no pride in these numbers, is there?
Johnson says they mourn every death. But he says the best advice is that we should wait until the end of the pandemic to make international comparisons.
He disagrees with Starmer. Building the Nightingale hospitals and making the country follow the advice of social distance was remarkable, he says.
Starmer says the Labor Party will keep the government in this.
He turns to the PHE report on Covid and the disparities. He said it was already clear that the policy should be changed to mitigate the risk. Why is this not happening?
Johnson says the government is acting. He is analyzing the exposure of BAME groups to coronavirus. He says that high-contact professions are receiving targeted and expanded testing. This is the first and most practical step to be taken, he says.
Sir Keir Starmer welcomes what Johnson said about newly protected people being covered by the license scheme.
Returning to Black Lives Matters, he says the Lammy report's recommendations on how BAME is treated by criminal justice have not yet been implemented. And the recommendations in the Windrush report were also not implemented. When is it going to happen?
Johnson says the government is implementing this. He says that the number of BAME people in the prison service is being increased. Cameras are being launched for police officers.
But it is vital to keep our streets safe, he says, and to support the police.