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Sir David Amess

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


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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.

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: ...the 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.

Written Answers — Health: Abortion (19 May 2008)

Sir David Amess: ...for 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.

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...

Tributes to Sir David Amess (18 Oct 2021)

Theresa May: Laughter, service, compassion: these are three of the words that spring to my mind when I think of David Amess. Laughter, because you could never have a conversation with David without laughter and smiling, whether that was because one of the outrageous stories that he was telling, perhaps about one of his colleagues or somebody else—[Laughter.] It was always smiles, always laughter, always...

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: ...Questions 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...

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: ...Questions 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...

Public Bill Committee: Elections Bill: Schedule 1 (19 Oct 2021)

Edward Leigh: Before we continue the debate, I echo what the Minister said on behalf of all members of the Committee about our colleague Sir David Amess. I entered Parliament with him 38 years ago, with over 100 MPs. Many of them rose to great distinction; at least two became Prime Minister. Sadly, there were only three of us left from that intake, and there are now only two. I say to Back-Bench Members...

Unprescribed Spectacles (Health Warnings) (5 Apr 1989)

Bill ordered to be brought in by Miss Ann Widdecombe, Dame Jill Knight, Mr. David Blunkett, Mr. David Amess, Mr. D. N. Campbell-Savours, Mr. Robert G. Hughes, Mr. David Alton, and Mr. David Shaw.

Football Matches (Violent and Disorderly Conduct) (3 Nov 1993)

Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. David Amess, Mr. David Alton, Mr. John Carlisle, Mr. David Clelland, Mr. Tom Cox, Mr. David Evans, Mr. John Greenway, Mr. John Gunnell, Mr. Jim Lester, Ms Liz Lynne, Mr. Alan Meale and Mr. Nicholas Winterton.

Drug Education (25 Oct 1994)

Bill ordered to be brought in by Lady Olga Maitland, Sir Malcolm Thornton, Sir David Mitchell, Mr. Neville Trotter, Mr. Michael Alison, Mr. Michael Shersby, Mr. David Hanson, Mr. David Amess, Mr. Jonathan Evans, Mr. David Porter, Mr. Geoffrey Clifton-Brown and Mr. Michael Stephen.

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?

Tributes: Sir David Amess MP - Tributes (18 Oct 2021)

Lord Rogan: My Lords, I will be brief to allow other colleagues to say a few words. On this sad occasion, when we mourn the death of our colleague, I remember a smile—the smile of David Amess. I have known David for some 15 years, and I never saw him without that smile on his face. In those years, I never heard a bad word said about him. How could there have been? He was, in the true sense of the word,...

British Nationality (Honorary Citizenship) (22 Mar 1989)

Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. David Amess, Ms. Diane Abbott, Mr. David Alton, Mr. Peter Archer, Mr. David Atkinson, Mrs. Rosie Barnes, Mr. Alistair Burt, Mr. Cecil Franks, Mr. Ken Hargreaves, Mr. Greville Janner, Mr. Ivan Lawrence and Mr. Rhodri Morgan.


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