MP for southend

James Duddridge

Conservative MP for Rochford and Southend East (5 May 2005 – current)

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Written Answers — Department for Transport: Electric Vehicles: Charging Points (29 Nov 2021)

Baroness Vere of Norbiton: ... Worcester 29 28.9 Wychavon 43 32.8 Wyre Forest 15 14.8 EAST OF ENGLAND 1,667 26.6 Bedford 102 58.4 Central Bedfordshire 46 15.6 Luton 52 24.4 Peterborough 66 32.6 Southend-on-Sea 16 8.8 Thurrock 19 10.8 Cambridgeshire 172 26.2 Cambridge 56 44.8 East Cambridgeshire 20 22.2 Fenland 5 4.9 Huntingdonshire 46 25.7 South...

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

Kemi Badenoch: ...to act on behalf of Islam. However, if ever people needed reminding of the real values of Muslims in this country, they need look no further than the tributes paid by the Muslim community of Southend to the life of Sir David. His murder could have fanned the flames of fear and resentment, but instead of opening new fault lines between people, it was met with an outpouring of love and good...

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Committee (6th Day) (Continued): Amendment 158 (8 Nov 2021)

Lord Russell of Liverpool: ...seven times and did not respond to a single penalty notice. In that three months, he managed to rack up a total of 42 points on his driving licence. When he came in front of the magistrates in Southend, what did he say? He said, “If banned, I will lose my job and my home, and I will be unable to pay off my debts”. The second point he made was the clincher. “Since the incident”, he...

Menopause (Support and Services) Bill (29 Oct 2021)

Carolyn Harris: ...to embrace the menopause revolution and have shown themselves to be dedicated menopause warriors. I am sure we would have heard the voice of our dearly missed colleague, the former Member for Southend West, today if it were not for tragic events. I remember him coming to a menopause event I hosted a couple of years ago. When I asked him if he supported the cause, he told me, “With a wife...

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

Kit Malthouse: ..., interact with local residents and shops, and then move on to the next hotspot. My hon. Friend will be interested to know that some of the early results are showing enormous falls in violence. In Southend we saw a fall of over 70% in violence, and in Bedfordshire there was a fall of 44%. I hope that this approach, which used to be called hotspot policing or cops on dots, will help us know...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Urban Areas: Royal Charters (27 Oct 2021)

Lord True: ..., which closes on 8 December, is published on GOV.UK: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/platinum-jubilee- civic-honours-competition. On Monday 18 October, the Prime Minister announced that Southend-on-Sea would be accorded city status in honour of Sir David Amess. This was made in exceptional circumstances and outside of the ongoing competition.

Scottish Parliament: Time for Reflection (26 Oct 2021)

...for me to address you this afternoon and I am grateful for this opportunity. The tragic event of 15 October 2021 in Essex is very much alive in our minds. Sir David Amess, member of Parliament for Southend West, was stabbed to death in a church, during a constituency surgery. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, staff, friends, constituents and colleagues. I kindly request that we...

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

Douglas Ross: ...and used it to promote the causes that were closest to him. He achieved far more as a back bencher for 38 years than many ministers will achieve in their entire ministerial career. The fact that Southend will now be a city is a lasting legacy to the campaigning of Sir David Amess. There are many heartbreaking elements to the murder of Sir David, Presiding Officer, but as you and the First...

Animal Welfare (Kept Animals) Bill (25 Oct 2021)

Victoria Prentis: .... Members will not take it amiss if I say that, in many ways, the most important speech was not made: the one by our hon. Friend who represented the city—[Hon. Members: “Hear, hear!”] —of Southend. I do not think it presumptuous to say that I know what he would have said; after all, he had been saying it for 38 years. I quote from a speech that he gave on live exports in 2012:...

Animal Testing — [Julie Elliott in the Chair] (25 Oct 2021)

Tan Dhesi: ...and warmth. He was someone with an infectious smile, and used that cheeky smile without being reprimanded by Mr Speaker when he somehow squeezed into virtually every single debate the need to make Southend-on-Sea a city. Sir David also did a great deal of work on animal rights. As the hon. Member for Linlithgow and East Falkirk (Martyn Day) mentioned, I am very sure that he would have...

Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Topical Questions (25 Oct 2021)

Steve Reed: May I associate myself with the comments made about the former Members for Southend West, and for Old Bexley and Sidcup, who are both immensely missed by the whole House? It is a pleasure to welcome the Secretary of State and the new Ministers to their place, and to see older Ministers as well—why not? It has been four months since the deadline for community renewal fund bids. The mid-point...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Oak Processionary Moth (25 Oct 2021)

Rebecca Pow: ... 25 15 Reigate and Banstead 1 4 3 21 21 Richmond upon Thames 69 15 41 6 24 Runnymede 9 26 25 94 80 Rushmoor 4 12 12 Sevenoaks 5 4 12 12 Slough 4 10 2 12 2 Southend-on-Sea 1 1 Southwark 30 7 4 14 6 Spelthorne 10 21 17 48 12 St. Albans 6 13 22 Surrey Heath 5 17 22 Sutton 23 28 9 65 2 Tandridge 1 1 2 1 Three...

Business of the House (21 Oct 2021)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ..., child sexual exploitation, do-not-attempt-resuscitation orders, zoonotic diseases, discretionary pension increases, endometriosis, animal welfare, a memorial to Dame Vera Lynn, and, obviously, Southend city status. Everybody adored David because he was such a champion of democratic rights for his constituents, but he did it all with such courtesy. However much he might have been trying...

International Trade: Trade Deals: Human Rights (21 Oct 2021)

Anne-Marie Trevelyan: ...to Sir David Amess that have been made this week. He was listed on the Order Paper for today’s oral questions and I have no doubt that he would have championed the export opportunities for Southend, our newest city. The Government are clear that more trade will not come at the expense of human rights. The UK will continue to show global leadership in encouraging all states to uphold...

Environment Bill: After Clause 72 - Protection of pollinators from pesticides (20 Oct 2021)

Luke Pollard: ...and thoughts on behalf of Plymouth to Sir David Amess’s family, his staff and his community. We have seen our fair share of tragedy over the summer in Plymouth, and Plymouth stands with Southend at this time. We are in the middle of a climate and ecological crisis, and we need bolder and more urgent action if we are to address it. When this Bill was first debated in the Commons—which...

Environment Bill: Before Clause 1 - Purpose and declaration of biodiversity and climate emergency (20 Oct 2021)

Ruth Jones: ...David Amess. I was not able to speak in the tributes on Monday, but I do want to place on record my sorrow and send my prayers and thoughts to Sir David’s family, to his staff in the House and in Southend, and to his constituents. I also want to extend condolences to the family, staff and constituents of the late James Brokenshire, whose passing was untimely and very sad indeed. Both...

Access to Cash — [Mrs Maria Miller in the Chair] (20 Oct 2021)

Paul Maynard: ..., looking at what will best address the challenges that we face. The main project they have identified is called a shared banking hub. There is one in Cambuslang in Scotland and one not far from Southend, if it is worth observing, in Rochford. Both of those have worked extremely well. Banks have come together, shared premises and the consumers have loved it. It has moved the debate on from...

Speaker's Statement: James Brokenshire (20 Oct 2021)

Mike Penning: ...Parliament. James was a wonderful human being and he was a family man. We invariably talked about family things on the way home. I knew that I would have to move my daughters out of their school in Southend to my new constituency in Hemel Hempstead, and he talked to me about how difficult that was going to be for me. I apologise to Cathy: we sat outside your house many a time when I was...

Prime Minister: Engagements (20 Oct 2021)

Virendra Sharma: I join colleagues in paying tribute to the former hon. Member for Southend West. He was a good friend and an esteemed parliamentarian. I also wish to pay tribute to the former right hon. Member for Old Bexley and Sidcup. He served this House and the country assiduously, and will be missed by Members across the House. Heating bills, food shops and fuel costs are all rising at a staggering...

Backbench Business: Post Office Closures — [Mr Clive Betts in the Chair] (19 Oct 2021)

Chi Onwurah: ...for Hammersmith (Andy Slaughter) said, this is the kind of debate that Sir David would have truly appreciated. I am sure that there would have been a reason why post office closures showed that Southend needed to be a city, and I am so glad that that is to be realised. This is also the sort of debate that he would have appreciated because Members on all sides have conducted it with...


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