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Sir David Amess

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


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Questions to the Mayor of London — Prevent in London: Prevent in London (29 Nov 2021)

Sadiq Khan: Terrorism remains a significant threat to our society, as the tragic murder of Sir David Amess MP and the explosion outside the Liverpool Women’s Hospital this week have shown. The pandemic left people more isolated and spending increased amounts of time online, and extremists have used this opportunity to spread their hateful ideologies to those vulnerable to radicalisation. It is more...

Down Syndrome Bill (26 Nov 2021)

Gillian Keegan: ...hon. Members for their contributions, and I have really enjoyed the debate. I, too, have learned a lot, and it is such an important time for such an important debate. I also want to pay tribute to Sir David Amess, who cared deeply about supporting people with learning disabilities. He was arranging for us to have a cup of tea to discuss how we could work together to do this. Sadly, this...

Terrorism Act 2000 (Proscribed Organisations) (Amendment) (No. 3) Order 2021 - Motion to Approve (25 Nov 2021)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...are committed to protecting the people of this country, and tackling terrorism in all its forms is a critical part of that mission. As the House will be aware, following the tragic death of Sir David Amess last month and the explosion outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital earlier this month, the independent Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre raised the threat level in the UK from...

China: Genocide - Motion to Take Note (25 Nov 2021)

Lord Shinkwin: My Lords, I, too, pay tribute to both my noble friend Lord Alton of Liverpool, for securing this debate and his good friend the late Sir David Amess, who was a tireless campaigner for and supporter of the charities for which I worked before entering your Lordships’ House. May Sir David always be remembered for his faithful witness to the truth. Ultimately, that is what we are discussing...

Islamophobia Awareness Month — [Peter Dowd in the Chair] (24 Nov 2021)

Kemi Badenoch: .... We are united here today in our determination to protect people and end discrimination. I would like to use this occasion to remind colleagues about the tragic murder of our colleague and friend, Sir David Amess, whose funeral was yesterday. I attended it, as I think many others in this room did. He died at the hands of someone seeking to divide us all; someone claiming to act on behalf...

Prevention and Suppression of Terrorism (24 Nov 2021)

Robert Jenrick: ...at times in this country we do not. We have seen, just in the last few weeks, two very serious terrorist incidents. Most deeply we felt, of course, the loss of our friend and former colleague Sir David Amess, and of course we have seen a very serious incident—albeit one that could have been all the more serious—in Liverpool. We do not know, and it is not our role right now to speculate...

Prevention and Suppression of Terrorism (24 Nov 2021)

Robert Jenrick: ...at times in this country we do not. We have seen, just in the last few weeks, two very serious terrorist incidents. Most deeply we felt, of course, the loss of our friend and former colleague Sir David Amess, and of course we have seen a very serious incident—albeit one that could have been all the more serious—in Liverpool. We do not know, and it is not our role right now to speculate...

Women and Equalities: Topical Questions (24 Nov 2021)

Lindsay Hoyle: ...parliamentlive.tv. [Interruption.] I do not think we need any more interruptions. If Members listen to this next bit, it might help. I wish to make one further point. There were many reflections on Sir David Amess’s decency and kindness at the very moving requiem mass held yesterday. I sincerely hope that those qualities of kindness and decency are reflected in our proceedings today and...

Women and Equalities: Topical Questions (24 Nov 2021)

Lindsay Hoyle: ...parliamentlive.tv. [Interruption.] I do not think we need any more interruptions. If Members listen to this next bit, it might help. I wish to make one further point. There were many reflections on Sir David Amess’s decency and kindness at the very moving requiem mass held yesterday. I sincerely hope that those qualities of kindness and decency are reflected in our proceedings today and...

Public Bill Committee: Judicial Review and Courts Bill: New Clause 10 - Publicly funded legal representation for bereaved people at inquests (23 Nov 2021)

Andrew Slaughter: ...that I have done in the past, a smooth-running and not unenjoyable process, if I may put it that way. I will not take up a lot of time, but I would particularly like to thank you, Mr Rosindell, and Sir Mark for the efficient and not indulgent, but certainly sympathetic, way in which you have chaired these proceedings. I know that that has been difficult, particularly today, because we had...

Black Friday: Financial Products — [Mr Laurence Robertson in the Chair] (23 Nov 2021)

John Glen: It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Robertson. I associate myself with the remarks of a number of Members this afternoon concerning the death of Sir David Amess. He was a true blessing to this Parliament and a great character whom we all loved, and he will be sadly missed. I have listened carefully to the various contributions this afternoon. As ever, this has been a very...

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 Paddick: ...of Beeston, for bringing this amendment to the Committee, particularly in such a selfless way in that she said that she was neither a Catholic nor particularly religious. Seeing the arrival of Sir David Amess’s body at the House this evening was very moving, and our thoughts are with his family. I thank the noble Baroness for saying that she was not second-guessing the police officers at...

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: ...to behave naturally can make them frustrated and stressed, and the sow is more likely to savage the piglets in farrowing crate systems. I do not think there is much dispute anywhere about the desire to find a way forward on this issue. Alternatives to farrowing crates, many of them designed by British farmers and engineers, are already commercially available in the UK. We should support...

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 (16 Nov 2021)

Kit Malthouse: ...will 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...

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: ...many 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.


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