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Sir David Amess

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


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Public Bill Committee: Finance (No. 2) Bill: (25 Apr 2013)

Cathy Jamieson: Further to that point of order, Mr Amess. I had not intended to rise again, but I believe that the points of order raised by my hon. Friends are crucial, particularly on the issue of people who were not present for the original vote. If there is no precedent—I seek your guidance on that, Mr Amess—this situation could establish one. For example, people might be out of the Room when a vote...

Representation of the People (Amendment) (21 Jan 1992)

Mrs Teresa Gorman: Mrs. Edwina Currie, Ms. Clare Short, Mr. David Amess, who in the circumstances I propose to be my pair, and myself, Sir. Bill ordered to be brought in by Mrs. Teresa Gorman, Mrs. Edwina Currie, Ms. Clare Short and Mr. David Amess.

Public Bill Committee: Employment Bill: Clause 4 - Statutory adoption pay (15 Jan 2002)

Charles Hendry: I noticed you watching quizzically, Mr. Amess, during our debate on adoption and it is clearly something that has never crossed your mind, so you are evidently planning to populate the whole of Southend with people called Amess.

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: Clause 50 - Bridging pensions (6 Jun 2013)

Steven Baker: On a point of order, Mr Amess. I have learnt this afternoon that one member of the Committee will tonight be celebrating 30 years as a Member of Parliament. Would it be in order for the Committee to give you, Mr Amess, our very best wishes for your celebration tonight?

Summer Adjournment (25 Jul 2019)

John Bercow: Before I call the hon. Member for Southend West (Sir David Amess) to open the debate, I am afraid I am obliged to inform the House that there must, with immediate effect, be a six-minute limit on Back-Bench orations. We will be led in this important mission by Sir David Amess.

Health: General Matters (20 Dec 2012)

Nigel Evans: ...talk and wish all hon. Members and staff working at Parliament a very merry Christmas and a happy and healthy 2013. It would not be a Christmas general debate without a contribution from Mr David Amess, so let us start with Mr David Amess.

Public Bill Committee: Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 5 - Small profits rate and fractions for financial year 2013 (25 Apr 2013)

Cathy Jamieson: I appreciate that we have had a difficult series of discussions, and it was important that you took all the points of order, Mr Amess. At the risk of embarrassing my hon. Friend the Member for Airdrie and Shotts, I will reveal that she was not alive in 1984 when you were sitting on that Committee, Mr Amess.

Written Answers — Health: Abortion (19 May 2008)

Sir David Amess: ...Health pursuant to the answer of 30 April 2008, Official Report, column 442W, on abortion, what estimate he has made of the cost of providing a copy of his Department’s file CPO 2/29 David Amess’s Abortion (Amendment) Bill; how many parts the file consists of; and if he will make a statement.

Public Bill Committee: Police (Northern Ireland) Bill [Lords]: New clause 1 - Discrimination in appointments (11 Mar 2003)

Mr John Taylor: On a point of order, Mr. Amess. I should like to thank the Minister, who undertook this morning to provide the Committee with a schedule of the ranks of the PSNI in comparison with those of the Garda Siochana. She has done so and the papers are available under your good chairmanship, Mr. Amess. I thought that it was appropriate to thank her for acting so promptly.

Public Bill Committee: Planning and Compulsory Purchase Bill: Clause 74 - Basic loss payment (28 Jan 2003)

David Wilshire: On a point of order, Mr. Amess. In the marshalled list of amendments before me, which is dated 28 January—that is today—the end of amendment No. 419 says: ''and in cases (a) and (c) above''. Can you confirm that we are debating what is on that list, irrespective of what might have been tabled or printed elsewhere, or will we have to refer back to some other document, Mr. Amess?

Scottish Parliament: Sir David Amess MP (26 Oct 2021)

Lorna Slater: I am very grateful for having time to reflect on how sad and horrifying the murder of David Amess is, and to offer my sincerest condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of that hard-working MP. David Amess was stabbed as he carried out his duties as an elected representative, working for his constituents conscientiously and courageously. Such a violent attack disrupts our democracy...

Public Bill Committee: Welfare Reform Bill: New Clause 15 (30 Nov 2006)

Jim Murphy: We have five minutes, and I shall obviously do my utmost to conclude my comments in that time. Were I not to do so, I would not anticipate a busy 16th sitting. I thank you, Mr. Hood, and Mr. Amess for the way in which you have overseen the 15 sittings of the Committee. You each brought your own style to the proceedings. As you will be aware, Mr. Hood, Mr. Amess introduced a new initiative by...

Public Bill Committee: Police (Northern Ireland) Bill [Lords]: Clause 23 - Police powers for designated police support staff (11 Mar 2003)

Mr John Taylor: On a point of order, Mr. Amess. I second the vote of thanks to the entire litany mentioned by the Minister, without repeating it in the time available On behalf of my colleagues and myself, I thank you, Mr. Gale and Mr. Benton for presiding over our affairs with such wisdom and courtesy. I particularly thank you, Mr. Amess, for your courtesy in correcting me earlier this afternoon. The...

Written Answers — Treasury: Conceptions (24 May 2004)

Ruth Kelly: ...Parliamentary Questions on conceptions and abortions. (174950,174951 & 174953) The information you requested on conceptions, and conception rates was given in answer to a recent question from David Amess MP, which appears in the Official Report of Monday 24 May, No. 91, Column 120JW-1208W. Information on conceptions resulting in abortions was given in answer to another question from David...

Written Answers — Treasury: Abortion (24 May 2004)

Ruth Kelly: ...Parliamentary Questions on conceptions and abortions. (174459,174466 & 174578) The information you requested on conceptions, and conception rates was given in answer to a recent question from David Amess MP, which appears in the Official Report of Monday 24 May, No. 91, Column 1201W-1208W. Information on conceptions resulting in abortions was given in answer to another question from David...

Written Answers — Treasury: Abortion (24 May 2004)

Ruth Kelly: ...Parliamentary Questions on conceptions and abortions. (175619,175620 & 175625) The information you requested on conceptions, and conception rates was given in answer to a recent question from David Amess MP, which appears in the Official Report of Monday 24 May, No. 91, Column 1201W-1208W. Information on conceptions resulting in abortions was given in answer to another question from David...

Written Answers — Treasury: Abortion (24 May 2004)

Ruth Kelly: ...Parliamentary Questions on conceptions and abortions. (175386,175388 & 175391) The information you requested on conceptions, and conception rates was given in answer to a recent question from David Amess MP, which appears in the Official Report of Monday 24 May, No. 91, Column 1201W-1208W. Information on conceptions resulting in abortions was given in answer to another question from David...

Written Answers — Treasury: Abortion (24 May 2004)

Ruth Kelly: ...on conceptions and abortions. (175763, 175782, 175783, 175786 & 175787) The information you requested on conceptions, and conception rates was given in answer to a recent question from David Amess MP, which appears in the Official Report of Monday 24 May, No. 91, Column 1201W-1208W. Information on conceptions resulting in abortions was given in answer to another question from David Amess...

Written Answers — Treasury: Abortion (25 May 2004)

Ruth Kelly: ...Parliamentary Questions on conceptions and abortions. (174877, 174879, 174887) The information you requested on conceptions, and conception rates was given in answer to a recent question from David Amess MP, which appears in the Official Report of Monday 24 May, No. 91, Column 1201W-1208W. Information on conceptions resulting in abortions was given in answer to another question from David...

Written Answers — Treasury: Abortion (24 May 2004)

Ruth Kelly: ...on conceptions and abortions. (174510,174511, 174513, 174504 & 174506) The information you requested on conceptions, and conception rates was given in answer to a recent question from David Amess MP, which appears in the Official Report of Monday 24 May, No. 91, Column 1201W-1208W. Information on conceptions resulting in abortions was given in answer to another question from David Amess...


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