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Public Bill Committee: Judicial Review and Courts Bill: Clause 47 - Commencement and transitional provision (23 Nov 2021)

Marco Longhi: Further to that point of order, Mr Rosindell. I echo the previous comments. As a member of the new intake, I had the good fortune of having an office on the same floor as Sir David Amess in 1 Parliament Street. As the lift doors open, his office door is immediately in front. It has been a terrible sadness, as you can well imagine, every time I have seen that door with a candle lit in front of...

Written Answers — Home Office: David Amess (23 Nov 2021)

Lord Hylton: To ask Her Majesty's Government what plans they have to convene a meeting between the College of Policing and religious leaders following the murder of Sir David Amess MP.

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Committee (10th Day) (Continued): Amendment 292E (22 Nov 2021)

Lord Touhig: My Lords, that was one of the most powerful statements I have heard in this House, coming from someone who knows what it is like to suffer. It is a horrible tragedy that the Amess family have suffered. I echo the noble Baroness who introduced the amendment in saying that our thoughts and prayers are with them tonight, and for the repose of Sir David’s soul. I was not sure that I could add...

Emergency Services: Ministers of Religion - Question (22 Nov 2021)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: My Lords, today of all days, we remember Sir David Amess, who tragically died carrying out his duties as a public servant. Our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones, as well as with all those involved in scenes of traumatic injury. Decisions regarding the management of such situations remain an operational issue for the emergency services involved. There are no plans to establish a...

Public Bill Committee: Animal Welfare (Kept Animals) Bill: New Clause 7 - Prohibition of Sow farrowing stalls (18 Nov 2021)

Daniel Zeichner: ...—including, it would seem, the Prime Minister, who claimed in the Chamber that as a result of Brexit, we would be now able to introduce such a ban. The issue was very close to the heart of Sir David Amess, who earlier this year brought forward a private Member’s Bill, the Pig Husbandry (Farrowing) Bill, that sought to ban the use of farrowing crates. However, I am also mindful of the...

Scottish Parliament: Local Offices and Surgeries (Security) (18 Nov 2021)

Claire Baker: At our meeting on 4 November, we considered options for further security support that could be made available to members following the death of Sir David Amess. We recognise that any changes to security provision would be expected to have budget implications. However, the corporate body is clear that the safety of members and their staff should not be compromised on the ground of cost. We...

Terrorist Incident at Liverpool Women’s Hospital - Commons Urgent Question (17 Nov 2021)

Baroness Fox of Buckley: ...when actually many Muslims are worried about Islamist extremism. We need more open debate, because there is a feeling that we are not able to have that discussion. After the terrible murder of David Amess and all the things that we have faced, we need that to be openly discussed in this country, among all of us.

Terrorist Incident at Liverpool Women’s Hospital (16 Nov 2021)

Kit Malthouse: ...know that a number of data points are pulled in for that independent assessment, but this decision was made in the light of the two recent incidents—the death, sadly, the awful killing, of Sir David Amess, and this incident—combined in the round with other information gathered by JTAC. The online world of radicalisation is of course one of the areas that JTAC examines, but I think that...

Written Answers — Home Office: Members: Security (11 Nov 2021)

Damian Hinds: The killing of Sir David Amess at his Essex surgery was a shocking, abhorrent crime and a senseless attack on our democracy. The Government takes extremely seriously the safety and security of Members of Parliament. The Home Office works closely with Parliament and the Police on the safety and security of Members, who are able to access a range of robust measures under Operation Bridger. As...

Committee on Standards: Decision of the House (8 Nov 2021)

Aaron Bell: ...more besides, including some outside this Chamber. Friendship, especially cross party, is needed more than ever in this place, particularly in the light of the terrible murder of our colleague Sir David Amess. I recognise that cross-party trust on standards was badly broken last Wednesday, but I hope for all our sakes that the damage can be repaired as soon as possible.

Business of the House (4 Nov 2021)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: I am grateful to my hon. Friend for raising that important issue, which has also been raised with me by constituents. That is the sort of question that may well have come from Sir David Amess in the past, because he was a passionate campaigner for those suffering with endometriosis. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence publishes authoritative evidence-based guidelines for...

Trophy Hunting Imports Ban: Endangered Species (3 Nov 2021)

Pauline Latham: ...the pleasure before. I also welcome the Minister to her place. Before I properly begin this important debate, I would like to take the opportunity to pay tribute to a dear friend and colleague, Sir David Amess. Sir David was incredibly passionate about the problem of trophy hunting imports, and inspired colleagues across the House with his enthusiasm and leadership on the issue. This...

Endometriosis and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome — [David Mundell in the Chair] (1 Nov 2021)

Maria Caulfield: I thank the hon. Member for Coventry North West (Taiwo Owatemi) for securing the debate, as well as all the petitioners who made it happen. I join everyone in paying tribute to Sir David Amess; I know he would have been here, holding my feet to the fire on what I was going to do about the important issues that have been raised. Members on all sides of the House have spoken about the...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 106 (1 Nov 2021)

Lord Dobbs: ...intolerant, and actually gives strength to those who want to damage others by making outlandish or, indeed, even malicious accusations. Two weeks ago, we stood in this House paying tribute to Sir David Amess. The Chamber was filled with voices of alarm that social media and everything else had fuelled intolerance and injustice. These provisions might well be misused to pour petrol on those...

Smoking Cessation: Prescription of E-cigarettes (1 Nov 2021)

Lindsay Hoyle: Before we come to Andrew Rosindell with the ten-minute rule Bill, may I say how wonderful it was that Vivienne, who belonged to Sir David Amess, has become Westminster dog of the year? It is a great tribute.

Animals (Penalty Notices) Bill (29 Oct 2021)

Andrew Rosindell: ...we have new legislation that will enhance animal welfare in our country, but it is sad because, as so many Members have mentioned, we are missing the greatest champion of animal welfare, Sir David Amess. We do miss him, but he will be looking down, giving us his support today, and Vivienne’s victory yesterday is an enormous tribute to him and everything he stood for in championing animal...

Land Use Framework - Motion to Take Note (28 Oct 2021)

Lord Harlech: ...those on the Environment Bill, the passionate but courteous deliberation in the Assisted Dying Bill of the noble Baroness, Lady Meacher, and the heartfelt and moving tributes paid to the late Sir David Amess. I place on record my thanks for the help given to me by so many: the doorkeepers, special advisers, the clerks and Table Office staff, the librarians, and the catering and security...

Business of the House (28 Oct 2021)

Kieran Mullan: As a Member new to the House, I did not know Sir David Amess for as long as others, but when we worked together on the all-party parliamentary group on fire safety and rescue, I got to experience the warmth and kindness that others have talked about. After his tragic killing, I saw that he used to hold an annual tea party for 100-year-olds in his constituency; I am going to try to do the...

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Untreated Sewage: Discharge into Waterways (28 Oct 2021)

Rebecca Pow: ...clear that a lot of what we have heard in the social media storm has been whipped up, and there are a great many untruths flying around. We all spoke last week, after all the tributes to dear Sir David Amess, about a better form of government that is more respectful. Actually, I would like us to pick that up, because a lot of people have not seen it over this issue. The amendment, as it...

Reopening Local Police Stations — [Yvonne Fovargue in the Chair] (27 Oct 2021)

Sarah Jones: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairship, Ms Fovargue. I congratulate the hon. Member for South Dorset (Richard Drax) on securing this important debate. We are all still mourning the loss of David Amess, who was a friend and colleague to many in this place. I have thought, following his death, of the police officers who would have had to be some of the first people on the scene to...


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