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Arrangement of Business - Announcement (18 Oct 2021)

Lord Ashton of Hyde: ...of this afternoon. After the Motions in my name and that of the noble Lord, Lord Gardiner of Kimble, the House will adjourn during pleasure until 4 pm. This is to allow tributes to Sir David Amess to begin in the House of Commons and for the Prime Minister and leader of the Opposition to speak in the other place. The House will then resume for tributes to Sir David. There is no speakers’...

Prayers (18 Oct 2021)

A minute’s silence was observed in memory of the late Sir David Amess MP.

Speaker’s Statement: Deaths of Members (18 Oct 2021)

Lindsay Hoyle: I am sorry that the House is returning in such tragic circumstances. Since we last met, we have lost two outstanding friends and colleagues: Sir David Amess and James Brokenshire. I know that hon. and right hon. Members from all parts of the House will share my deep sadness at their loss and will want to join me in sending our heartfelt condolences to their families. [Hon. Members: “Hear,...

Home Department: Prevention of Illegal Protests (18 Oct 2021)

Chris Bryant: Of course, I also pay tribute to Sir David Amess. I never managed to persuade him to support gay marriage, but he always asked after my husband. I think that was the character of the man. The difficulty is in judging the boundary between legal and illegal protests, because some people who protest online think vile abuse is perfectly justifiable. We seem to have developed a toxic way of doing...

Home Department: Victims of Domestic Abuse: Support (18 Oct 2021)

Flick Drummond: May I place on the record, on my behalf and that of my Meon Valley constituents, our deep and utter shock at the death of Sir David Amess, and also that of James Brokenshire? I pass on their deepest condolences to the families, constituents and many friends here and outside Westminster. Over the past year, 26,785 domestic abuse offences were recorded in Hampshire, with a 14% year-on-year...

Home Department: Small Boat Channel Crossings (18 Oct 2021)

Stuart McDonald: I and my colleagues, from the bottom of our hearts, send our deepest condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of both Sir David Amess and James Brokenshire. It is fair to say that, in short, everyone knew Sir David and everyone liked and respected him, without exception. I shadowed James Brokenshire as Immigration Minister in my first year in this place, and he made my job 10 times...

Home Department: Drug Safety Testing at Events (18 Oct 2021)

Kerry McCarthy: I echo the tributes to Sir Davis Amess and James Brokenshire, and send my commiserations to their friends and families. Over a single weekend in Bristol this summer, one young person died and 20 others were hospitalised, leading to police warnings about a lethal batch of pills circulating in the city. It just is not enough for the Government to say, “Don’t do drugs”; that clearly does...

Home Department: Violence against Women and Girls (18 Oct 2021)

Laura Farris: I also extend my deepest sympathies to the families of Sir David Amess and James Brokenshire. Southend has lost two sons and we have lost two very special parliamentary colleagues. I would like to recognise the work that my right hon. Friend the Home Secretary has been doing over the past few, very challenging weeks, which have had damaging implications for the relationship between the police...

Home Department: Agri-food Industry: Labour Shortages (18 Oct 2021)

Carla Lockhart: I extend my thoughts and prayers to the families, friends, colleagues and staff of Sir David Amess and James Brokenshire. I trust that I will have the opportunity to speak further on that later. I thank the Home Secretary for meeting me and party colleagues a few short weeks ago on the issue of labour shortages and for the actions taken since then to alleviate the labour supply pressures, but...

Home Department: Online Fraud and Scams (18 Oct 2021)

Theresa Villiers: May I express my deep sadness at the loss of Sir David Amess and James Brokenshire? May I also ask the Minister what action the Government and the police are taking to protect the elderly in particular from scams? One of the most repellent aspects of such crime is that the criminals particularly prey on the elderly and vulnerable.

Home Department: Topical Questions (18 Oct 2021)

Priti Patel: The whole country is horrified and shaken by the dreadful killing of our colleague and friend Sir David Amess. There has been a tidal wave of stories about David’s kindness and compassion from all quarters. To me, he was a dear and loyal friend. We are all utterly devastated for David’s wife Julia and their family and loved ones. David, as we have already heard across the House, had a...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery (18 Oct 2021)

Joanne Bunting: I, too, wish to be associated with the tributes to Sir David Amess. Today is UK Anti-Slavery Day, which is an annual reminder to us that human trafficking and modern slavery still exist across the world. Today also marks the beginning of Anti-Slavery Week, and there will be a number of events that aim to raise awareness of the harrowing reality of modern slavery, not least of which will be a...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: World Menopause Day (18 Oct 2021)

Rosemary Barton: I, too, wish to be associated with the tributes to Sir David Amess today. Mr Speaker, you may or may not be aware that today is World Menopause Day, and I want to say a few words about that. While the menopause is a natural part of ageing, it is not considered an illness, but going through the menopause brings about an experience of so many varied symptoms that it has an effect on the health...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: Mark Allen: Northern Ireland Open (18 Oct 2021)

Pam Cameron: I, too, want to put on record my solidarity with the Amess family after the brutal murder of their loved one. Our thoughts and prayers are certainly with his family, friends and colleagues at this terrible time. I rise to congratulate Antrim's own Mark Allen on his victory in the Northern Ireland Open at the Waterfront Hall in Belfast. Whilst, admittedly, I am not an expert in snooker or any...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: Mark Allen: Northern Ireland Open Championship (18 Oct 2021)

Trevor Clarke: Before I make my statement, I associate myself with all the remarks made today about Sir David Amess's wife and family on his death at the weekend. I wish to speak about the victory at the Northern Ireland Open Championship last night, where a local Antrim man rose to fame once again. Mark Allen, a 35-year-old who grew up in Antrim and is well known in Antrim circles, rose to prominence as an...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: HMS Caroline (18 Oct 2021)

Mike Nesbitt: I begin by offering my sympathy to the family of Sir David Amess and stand in solidarity with all elected representatives at this time. I echo Mr Clarke's congratulations to Mark Allen for his success in the Northern Ireland Open snooker competition yesterday. Let us also recall that Rory McIlroy won the CJ Cup in Nevada at the same time, which was his twentieth win on the PGA Tour and made...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Matters of the Day: Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland: EU Commission Proposal (18 Oct 2021)

Steve Aiken: I thank Dr Archibald for bringing the matter to the House. First, I will make some remarks on Sir David Amess, because today, like some Members of the Assembly, we should be at the British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly (BIPA). Sir David was an associate member of that assembly, and it is sad that, in the circumstances, it was not able to sit. However, we fully understand that. I pass on my...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Matters of the Day: Sir David Amess MP (18 Oct 2021)

John Blair: ...tabling the Matter of the Day. He will be aware that other Members of the House attempted to do that so that we can reflect. We all shared the shock and sadness following the killing of Sir David Amess MP last Friday as he was carrying out his duties as a public representative and meeting his constituents. The horror of that event has been felt across this House, in the Parliaments and...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Assembly Business: The Death of Sir David Amess MP and the Security of Elected Representatives (18 Oct 2021)

The Death of Sir David Amess MP and the Security of Elected Representatives

Business of the House (23 Sep 2021)

Sir David Amess: I join others in praising Mark Kelly, who really does know where the bodies are buried. Will my right hon. Friend find time for a debate on the subject of World Animal Day? Unfortunately it falls on 4 October during the recess, but if we have a later debate it will give the House an opportunity to talk about animal welfare generally, cruelty to animals and the welfare of farmyard animals,...


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