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Sir David Amess

Former Conservative MP for Southend West (9 Jun 1983 – 15 Oct 2021)


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Backbench Business: Touring Musicians: EU Visas and Permits — [Dr Rupa Huq in the Chair] (18 Nov 2021)

John Nicolson: I thank the right hon. and learned Member for Camberwell and Peckham (Ms Harman) and the hon. Member for Somerton and Frome (David Warburton) for securing the debate. It is a pleasure to serve under your chairship, Dr Huq. I always say that; I do not always mean it. In this case, I wholeheartedly do. Oh, my goodness—here we are again! The needle is stuck. The arguments go round and round....

Opposition Day: Randox Covid Contracts (17 Nov 2021)

Brendan O'Hara: ...could be above board and everyone could be beyond reproach, but we deserve to know. Ironically, Mr Paterson was appointed Secretary of State for Northern Ireland in 2010 by the then Prime Minister David Cameron, who just months before becoming Prime Minister said: “I believe that secret corporate lobbying…goes to the heart of why people are so fed up with politics. It arouses...

Committee on Standards (16 Nov 2021)

Thangam Debbonaire: ...today and asking—with reference to the greatest popstar and songwriter of all time after Schubert—“How did I get here?” I am afraid the Leader of the House still seems to have no answer to David Byrne’s eternal question; allow me to assist. I could suggest a few good books on parliamentary process, or maybe a trip to the Table Office—the Leader of the House, the Prime Minister...

Judicial Review and Courts Bill (26 Oct 2021)

David Lammy: ..., so was not clobbering ordinary people with tax rises. What the Bill says about the Government’s priorities is that they are more concerned with constitutional vandalism than with fixing the mess they have made of the justice system.

World Menopause Month (21 Oct 2021)

Maria Caulfield: How amazing it is that, at last, women’s issues and the menopause are finally getting the coverage they deserve. I want to start by paying tribute to Sir David Amess, who was such a long-standing campaigner on women’s health issues, particularly endometriosis. I feel sure he would have been with us here this afternoon, standing in solidarity on this very issue. I want to thank the hon....

Public Bill Committee: Building Safety Bill: Clause 62 - Meaning of “higher-risk building” etc (19 Oct 2021)

Ruth Cadbury: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship again, Mr Dowd. I echo the comments made across the Committee about our departed colleagues Mr Brokenshire and Sir David Amess. I rise to support amendment 12, which stands in my name and those of my hon. Friend the Member for Weaver Vale and the hon. Member for St Albans. I reinforce the point that risk to building safety should be defined by...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Sanitary and Phytosanitary Standards: Bespoke Agreement (4 Oct 2021)

Emma Sheerin: ...thing for us all to do is to set ideology aside and look for a resolution. We need to be responsible, dial down the rhetoric and support those whom we represent. Today, we have more attempts by David Frost to appease unionists with talk of threats to trigger article 16. The British Government are talking about Brexit in the context of trade deals and doing business with the rest of the...

Social Security (Up-rating of Benefits) Bill (20 Sep 2021)

David Linden: ...our international aid budget, and now comes on top of the new Tory poll tax, which sees hard-working Scots having to endure a hike in national insurance to pay for the sorting out of the utter mess of England’s health and social care system. The Prime Minister is not known for keeping his promises, and the decision to suspend the triple lock will have dire consequences for pensioners. As...

Skills and Post-16 Education Bill [HL] - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 91A (21 Jul 2021)

Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle: ...Lords have said in this debate. However, I strongly disagree with his suggestion that lowering the earnings threshold for student loan repayment starting is some kind of solution to the current mess the Government are in. The fact is that we have generations—particularly but not solely—of young people finding it extremely hard to find a secure economic place in the world, and making...

Building Safety Bill (21 Jul 2021)

Lucy Powell: .... Extending the period in which a developer can be sued is welcome, but residents in many buildings will not be able to take advantage. The relationship of leaseholders and developers is like David and Goliath. Legal action is uncertain, expensive and risky, requiring money that leaseholders simply do not have. It also requires that a company still exists to sue, yet many have disappeared....

Dissolution and Calling of Parliament Bill (6 Jul 2021)

David Evennett: ...result of the 2010 general election necessitated a coalition Government between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats, and I was pleased to serve in that Government under the premiership of David Cameron. However, contrary to the comments of some hon. Members this afternoon, the Fixed-term Parliaments Act was not brought in to reform Parliament. Our country desperately needed both...

Pride Month (1 Jul 2021)

Crispin Blunt: ...from the hon. Member for Ealing North (James Murray), whom I have the privilege of following in this debate. Even before we began, the statement by Mr Deputy Speaker from the Chair sent its own message about the importance of this debate and the example that this, the mother of Parliaments, can show around the world to other Parliaments about the progress that will be made as human...

Debate on the Address: Safe Streets for All (17 May 2021)

David Lammy: ...Government announced a further consultation exclusively on the use of ouster clauses when their own review explicitly said that they should not do that? Why is the Ministry of Justice prioritising messing with our constitution when it is presiding over a victims crisis and record court delays? This Secretary of State really has skewed priorities. Get on with solving the crime against...

Prime Minister: Engagements (21 Apr 2021)

Keir Starmer: ...to this Government: the Prime Minister is fixing tax breaks for his friends; the Chancellor is pushing the Treasury to help Lex Greensill; the Health Secretary is meeting Greensill for drinks; and David Cameron is texting anybody who will reply. Every day, there are new allegations about this Conservative Government: dodgy personal protective equipment deals; tax breaks for their mates;...

Trespass — [Mr Peter Bone in the Chair] (19 Apr 2021)

David Simmonds: ...was legitimate. Both the settled and the temporary residents of local caravan sites, which are made available for public use, would agree, because they pay council tax to clear up that kind of mess, too. Breaking into other people’s property, causing misery and stress at a massive cost is simply unacceptable. It is not a lifestyle; it is straightforward criminality, and it must be...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill: [2nd Allotted Day] (16 Mar 2021)

David Johnston: ...When my constituents, who I think respect the right of Travellers to live their lives in the way that they do, write to me about unauthorised camps, they typically describe the same things: abuse, mess, noise throughout the night, and vandalism. The clean-up costs of these things are considerable for local authorities. The vast majority of Travellers do not behave in this way, so it is...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (3 Feb 2021)

Michael Russell: ...is why the Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science is pursuing the issue. He has met the relevant EU commissioner and, along with all of us, is grateful to Terry Reintke and David McAllister, who have organised an amazing letter that has been signed by more than 150 of their fellow MEPs supporting devolved access to the scheme. Danke Freunde. The deal has also had a...

Squash: The Olympics — [Esther McVey in the Chair.] (12 Jan 2021)

Christina Rees: ...prize money. Squash is fully World Anti-Doping Agency compliant. We have highly qualified referees, led by the World Squash Officiating director, my good friend Roy Gingell from Maesteg—no one messes with Roy. Squash is televised via state-of-the-art all-glass show courts, with glass floors and side door options. Squash is very cool. It is presented very differently on the professional...

Local Government Finance: Croydon (9 Dec 2020)

David Simmonds: .... The circumstances today could not be more different, although they may have the eventual similarity of the need for a new Conservative administration to take office in Croydon to sort out the mess—a challenge that I know Councillor Jason Cummings and his opposition colleagues will rise to, and a challenge that was very familiar to us in Hillingdon. A section 114 notice starts off as a...

Monday 30 November 2020: Transport for London: Funding — [Sir David Amess in the Chair] (30 Nov 2020)

Bambos Charalambous: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Sir David. For the purposes of the debate, I shall focus on the e-petition, which was about the removal of free travel for under-18s. The threatened removal of free travel for under-18s caused deep anger and concern not just among young people but across the wider community. It is testament to their campaigning and determination that the...


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