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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
7 Oct 2021, 12:08 p.m.

Read more about @thewomenstour that is taking place in Southend today - https://t.co/KSKvUDs9Ol The Women’s Tour is the UK’s most prestigious international women’s cycle race and is yet another reason why Southend should become a city! @southend_city https://t.co/1DDAJlA4WL

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
7 Oct 2021, 12:39 p.m.

An Icelandic #dogoftheday - Leo Lovdal ? https://t.co/X7f0eSfpzO

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
4 Oct 2021, 2:06 p.m.

Was very pleased to speak to @Mac_campaigning at #CPC21 today and show my support for the wonderful Macmillan nurses. ? https://t.co/XDHE5zSM7C

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
4 Oct 2021, 3:19 p.m.

I was delighted to be part of the panel at @CavendishAdv's 'What's the Beef?' event at #CPC21 today. A brilliant discussion about the importance of protecting the UK's high animal welfare standards in future trade deals. https://t.co/FL1JNAzNSC

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
5 Oct 2021, 12:27 p.m.

A Mancunian #dogoftheday! #CPC21 ??? https://t.co/b8FJJS360q

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
5 Oct 2021, 12:43 p.m.

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
5 Oct 2021, 4:17 p.m.

Pleased to Essex Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, Roger Hirst, at #CPC21 today and discuss the important issues affecting Southend. @Hirst4EssexPFCC https://t.co/WeLkh3eBxp

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
5 Oct 2021, 5:24 p.m.

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
5 Oct 2021, 9:24 a.m.

Always pleased to show my support for a ban on trophy hunting imports. @CBTHunting #BanTrophyHunting #CPC21 https://t.co/y3rb1eSCgm

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
5 Oct 2021, 9:37 a.m.

A fantastic turn out at the @ConservativeAWF #CPC21 event last night. It was a privilege to speak and brilliant to hear so many people raising animal welfare issues such as the important need to #BanLiveExports, #EndTheCageAge and introduce #HonestLabelling. https://t.co/UKJjgpiHvR

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
7 Oct 2021, 10:10 a.m.

Today Southend is hosting Stage Four of @thewomenstour! Find out more: https://t.co/FtYGj05grk https://t.co/f9lmu2GKbC

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
6 Oct 2021, 9:51 a.m.

Core Telecom are the leading provider of 0300 telephone numbers and they have recently launched a campaign where they’re offering charities and trusts a free 0300 telephone number. Find out more ⬇️ https://t.co/W0B26JVNss

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
6 Oct 2021, 11:19 a.m.

A very special #dogoftheday ? @guidedogs https://t.co/wKyXHyjywg

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
6 Oct 2021, 11:56 a.m.

Our communities have come together during the pandemic to support each other through testing times. Thanks to #NationalLottery players over £29,335 has been distributed by @TNLcomFund to projects in Southend West. https://t.co/C7TKLbLJAz

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
6 Oct 2021, 12:17 p.m.

There is still time to vote for Vivienne for Westminster Dog of the Year! #WDOTY Vote now: https://t.co/WWGFCtZrxN https://t.co/oR5kFIn3V3

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
4 Oct 2021, 9:02 a.m.

October is #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth. 164 people in Southend West develop breast cancer every year. For more information on the symptoms of breast cancer and what to do if you notice a change, visit: https://t.co/c1Pj4DJ0c1 @BreastCancerNow

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
11 Oct 2021, 2:29 p.m.

This week is #BabyLossAwarenessWeek Join in at 7pm on 15 October with the global #WaveofLight to remember all babies who have died too soon. If you have been affected by baby loss, support is available through @SandsUK - https://t.co/rsSKfuCC3b https://t.co/afvbFgw8Dc

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
11 Oct 2021, 4:39 p.m.

As chairman of @QatarAPPG I was very pleased to receive an update from @MlongdenUK regarding the situation in Afghanistan and hear about Qatar's continued effort to help British families in Afghanistan. https://t.co/WXT380viAA

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
11 Oct 2021, 12:40 p.m.

There are just 20 days to go until @COP26. Last week I was pleased to show my support for a net zero future and speak to @CharitableMcs about decarbonising homes. https://t.co/NBhIeX4zKL

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
8 Oct 2021, 4:16 p.m.

I am deeply saddened to hear of the death of my friend and colleague James Brokenshire. Born in Southend, James was an outstanding Parliamentarian and he will be greatly missed. I send my sincerest condolences to his wife Cathy and all his family. https://t.co/emTl0gkprK

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
8 Oct 2021, 5:20 p.m.

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
10 Oct 2021, 1:25 p.m.

Today is #WorldMentalHealthDay Visit #EveryMindMatters to get your own personalised mental health action plan and see what works for you. https://t.co/kdZZ4hPzFY

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
12 Oct 2021, 11:48 a.m.

My next constituency surgery will be taking place on Friday 15th October at Belfairs Methodist Church, 251 Eastwood Road North, Leigh-on-Sea, SS9 4NG. To book an appointment please email amessd@parliament.uk or call 020 7219 3452 https://t.co/aHhxWPrXXi

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
12 Oct 2021, 12:23 p.m.

Today is #WorldArthritisDay. There are 20.3 million people living with arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions in the UK and there are currently 650,000 people waiting for trauma and orthopaedic treatment. For information & advice about arthritis, visit https://t.co/nGPlQNyXvD

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
12 Oct 2021, 4:23 p.m.

Very pleased to be supporting #EndTheCageAge. Watch my speech here ⬇️ https://t.co/RFbdt8zNzW

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
13 Oct 2021, 12:46 p.m.

If you are a frontline health or social care worker, are 50 and over, or have certain health conditions, you can get a free flu vaccine this winter. See if you are eligible and find out where you can get your vaccine now: https://t.co/qhvb1kojnN https://t.co/R6CfOpQn5U

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
13 Oct 2021, 2:30 p.m.

Get involved with @COP26 ⬇️ https://t.co/AOc40PviDR

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
13 Oct 2021, 3:35 p.m.

#catoftheday ? https://t.co/Zyzpm11o6L

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
12 Oct 2021, 10:30 a.m.

Many congratulations to the former Qatar Ambassador to the UK, @yousefaalkhater, on his election as a member of Qatar's first elected Shura Council. @QatarAPPG @QatarEmb_London https://t.co/AjIdUv4A6c

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
14 Oct 2021, 9:38 a.m.

Very pleased to hear that Southend-on-Sea will receive £1,413,078.83 from the £500m Household Support Fund. Find out more: https://t.co/Smq7KnzVH7 https://t.co/0PY8vU92iN

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
14 Oct 2021, 11:33 a.m.

When was the last time you got your eyesight checked? This #WorldSightDay, the @IAPB1 are encouraging as many people as possible to have their eyes tested. Make a pledge and #LoveYourEyes ⬇️ https://t.co/7A1vSWU5fR

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David Amess (Conservative - Southend West) - @amessd_southend
14 Oct 2021, 5:09 p.m.

As Chairman of @QatarAPPG, I was very pleased to meet the Emir during our recent delegation to Doha. ?? https://t.co/HMO2AuWIw2

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Early Day Motions Signed
Wednesday 9th June
David Amess withdrew their signature from this EDM on Friday 15th October 2021

Public scientific hearing on animal experiments

110 signatures (Most recent: 19 Apr 2022)
Tabled by: Lisa Cameron (Conservative - East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow)
That this House applauds the new Animal Sentience Bill, enshrining in law the ability of animals to experience joy and feel suffering and pain; notes the science-based campaign For Life On Earth with its Beagle Ambassador, rescued laboratory dog Scarlett; is shocked to see the harrowing exposé showing thousands of …
Wednesday 12th May
David Amess withdrew their signature from this EDM on Friday 15th October 2021

Giving every child the best start in life

151 signatures (Most recent: 26 Apr 2022)
Tabled by: Wera Hobhouse (Liberal Democrat - Bath)
That this House notes the work of WAVE Trust and its 70/30 campaign to reduce levels of child abuse, neglect and domestic abuse by 70 per cent by 2030; further notes that over two-thirds of this House have endorsed that campaign, including a majority from all parties; recognises the role …



David Amess mentioned

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Thursday 20th July 2023
Ian Mearns (Labour - Gateshead)

Backbench Business - Main Chamber
Subject: The Sir David Amess Summer Adjournment Debate
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Parliamentary Debates
Building Safety
24 speeches (5,290 words)
Tuesday 26th March 2024 - Commons Chamber
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Mentions:
1: Peter Bottomley (Con - Worthing West) It is some years since our late colleague, David Amess, led a few of us who were interested in fire safety - Link to Speech

Investigatory Powers (Amendment)Bill [Lords]
116 speeches (19,224 words)
Report stage
Monday 25th March 2024 - Commons Chamber
Home Office
Mentions:
1: None bound to do because of their job, but we could, we might, and, indeed, our former colleagues Jo Cox and David - Link to Speech

Representation of the People (Variation of Election Expenses and Exclusions) Regulations 2024
17 speeches (4,696 words)
Tuesday 19th March 2024 - Lords Chamber
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Mentions:
1: Baroness Scott of Bybrook (Con - Life peer) the past eight years we have witnessed the horrific murders of two parliamentarians, Jo Cox and Sir David - Link to Speech

Draft Representation of the People (Variation of Election Expenses and Exclusions) Regulations 2024
7 speeches (2,375 words)
Tuesday 5th March 2024 - General Committees
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Mentions:
1: Simon Hoare (Con - North Dorset) eight years, we have witnessed, as we all too horribly remember, murders of two colleagues, Jo Cox and David - Link to Speech

Security of Elected Representatives
17 speeches (4,385 words)
Thursday 29th February 2024 - Lords Chamber
Home Office
Mentions:
1: Lord Sharpe of Epsom (Con - Life peer) The assassinations of our friends Jo Cox and Sir David Amess have marked us all. - Link to Speech

Security of Elected Representatives
34 speeches (7,505 words)
Thursday 29th February 2024 - Commons Chamber
Home Office
Mentions:
1: Tom Tugendhat (Con - Tonbridge and Malling) The assassinations of our friends Jo Cox and Sir David Amess have affected us all. - Link to Speech
2: Kirsty Blackman (SNP - Aberdeen North) When David Amess was murdered, one of the hardest things I have ever had to do was explain it to my children - Link to Speech

Investigatory Powers (Amendment) Bill [Lords]
86 speeches (22,600 words)
2nd reading
Monday 19th February 2024 - Commons Chamber
Home Office
Mentions:
1: John Hayes (Con - South Holland and The Deepings) We sit in this Chamber graced by the coats of arms of our former colleagues Jo Cox and David Amess. - Link to Speech

Pet Abduction Bill
61 speeches (16,602 words)
2nd reading
Friday 19th January 2024 - Commons Chamber
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Mentions:
1: Edward Leigh (Con - Gainsborough) I support the Bill, especially in memory of my dear friend David Amess. - Link to Speech
2: Jane Stevenson (Con - Wolverhampton North East) Friend’s predecessor, Sir David Amess, who is much missed today. - Link to Speech
3: Jo Gideon (Con - Stoke-on-Trent Central) As the successor to Sir David Amess, she constantly strives to continue his legacy as a champion for - Link to Speech
4: George Freeman (Con - Mid Norfolk) Member for Southend West, David Amess—whose shield stands proudly behind his successor—would have been - Link to Speech
5: Rebecca Pow (Con - Taunton Deane) I also want to add my comments on the wonderful Sir David Amess, who did so much on animal welfare in - Link to Speech

Animal Welfare (Livestock Exports) Bill
85 speeches (18,397 words)
2nd reading
Monday 18th December 2023 - Commons Chamber
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Mentions:
1: Mark Francois (Con - Rayleigh and Wickford) Our great friend Sir David Amess, who was a Conservative MP and a patron of the excellent Conservative - Link to Speech
2: Mike Penning (Con - Hemel Hempstead) It is quite right that we have mentioned David Amess, but his neighbour for many years was Sir Teddy - Link to Speech

Fire Safety Regulations and Guidance
25 speeches (17,170 words)
Thursday 14th December 2023 - Lords Chamber

Mentions:
1: Lord Goddard of Stockport (LD - Life peer) It is chaired by Bob Blackman CBE MP, following the late Sir David Amess MP, who noble Lords will remember - Link to Speech
2: Baroness Brinton (LD - Life peer) I associate myself with his comments about the late Sir David Amess, who was an absolutely inspirational - Link to Speech
3: Lord Hendy (Lab - Life peer) With the APPG, about 18 months ago, with Sir David Amess in charge, we went on a visit to a block of - Link to Speech
4: Baroness Walmsley (LD - Life peer) I also add my name to the tributes to David Amess and to all the very brave firefighters; luckily for - Link to Speech

Draft Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 (Risk of Being Drawn into Terrorism) (Revised Guidance) Regulations 2023
19 speeches (4,287 words)
Tuesday 14th November 2023 - General Committees
Home Office
Mentions:
1: Tom Tugendhat (Con - Tonbridge and Malling) old friend and, again, he has raised some interesting matters.As a friend of Jo Cox and a friend of David - Link to Speech

Debate on the Address
127 speeches (57,540 words)
Tuesday 7th November 2023 - Commons Chamber
Cabinet Office
Mentions:
1: Keir Starmer (Lab - Holborn and St Pancras) On the Government Benches we lost Dame Cheryl Gillan, James Brokenshire and of course Sir David Amess - Link to Speech
2: Apsana Begum (Lab - Poplar and Limehouse) about ripping off my hijab in public; it goes on and on.Following the murder of Jo Cox MP and of Sir David - Link to Speech

Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 (Risk of Being Drawn into Terrorism) (Revised Guidance) Regulations 2023
11 speeches (3,460 words)
Tuesday 24th October 2023 - Grand Committee
Home Office
Mentions:
1: Lord Coaker (Lab - Life peer) London Bridge, the awful attack at a concert in Manchester and the brutal murders of Jo Cox and Sir David - Link to Speech

Speaker’s Statement
3 speeches (332 words)
Monday 23rd October 2023 - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: Lindsay Hoyle (Spk - Chorley) , I would like to draw the House’s attention to the new shield commemorating our late colleague Sir David - Link to Speech

Business of the House
78 speeches (11,093 words)
Thursday 19th October 2023 - Commons Chamber
Leader of the House
Mentions:
1: Lucy Powell (LAB - Manchester Central) May I first take a moment to remember our former colleague Sir David Amess, who was brutally murdered - Link to Speech
2: Penny Mordaunt (Con - Portsmouth North) Lady and join her in remembering our late colleague, Sir David Amess. - Link to Speech
3: Conor Burns (Con - Bournemouth West) I associate myself with the words about our late colleague Sir David Amess. - Link to Speech
4: Anna Firth (Con - Southend West) I thank all Members for their wonderful tributes to my incredible predecessor Sir David Amess. - Link to Speech
5: Kim Leadbeater (Lab - Batley and Spen) May I associate myself with the comments about Sir David Amess? - Link to Speech

Conference Adjournment
46 speeches (24,779 words)
Tuesday 19th September 2023 - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: Tracey Crouch (CON - Chatham and Aylesford) campaign.It is a pleasure to speak in this debate, and I pause momentarily to remember our dear colleague David - Link to Speech
2: Valerie Vaz (LAB - Walsall South) Member for Chatham and Aylesford (Tracey Crouch), I want to channel Sir David Amess. - Link to Speech
3: Marcus Jones (CON - Nuneaton) Friend the Member for Harrow East (Bob Blackman) and our great friend, David Amess, who would have been - Link to Speech
4: Bob Blackman (CON - Harrow East) Friend the Member for Nuneaton (Mr Jones) that when we persuaded the late Sir David Amess to join the - Link to Speech

Football and Dementia
55 speeches (14,683 words)
Thursday 14th September 2023 - Commons Chamber
Department for Business and Trade
Mentions:
1: Chris Stephens (SNP - Glasgow South West) Member for Southend West (Anna Firth), who made an excellent speech; I know her predecessor, the great David - Link to Speech

Speaker’s Statement
2 speeches (1,205 words)
Tuesday 12th September 2023 - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: Lindsay Hoyle (Speaker - Chorley) the deputy speakers who have been a pleasure to work with.The murders of two honourable Members, Sir David - Link to Speech

Prevent: Independent Review
19 speeches (4,391 words)
Thursday 7th September 2023 - Commons Chamber
Home Office
Mentions:
1: Yvette Cooper (LAB - Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford) on children in Manchester and the attack in Fishmongers’ Hall to the attacks on our own Jo Cox and David - Link to Speech

Sir David Amess Summer Adjournment
36 speeches (18,993 words)
Thursday 20th July 2023 - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: Eleanor Laing (CON - Epping Forest) It is the Sir David Amess summer Adjournment debate. - Link to Speech
2: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) I have not missed a Sir David Amess Adjournment debate in 13 years. - Link to Speech
3: Peter Bottomley (CON - Worthing West) David Amess and I had a common interest in the all-party parliamentary fire safety and rescue group, - Link to Speech
4: Carolyn Harris (LAB - Swansea East) It is a pleasure to rise today to speak once again in the aptly named Sir David Amess summer Adjournment - Link to Speech
5: Holly Mumby-Croft (CON - Scunthorpe) It is a great pleasure to speak in this Sir David Amess Adjournment debate. - Link to Speech

Sir David Amess Summer Adjournment
65 speeches (28,749 words)
Thursday 20th July 2023 - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: Douglas Ross (CON - Moray) I was with Sir David Amess on a foreign trip less than 48 hours before he was murdered, and in many of - Link to Speech
2: Alicia Kearns (CON - Rutland and Melton) As we all do today, I rise with Sir David Amess in my heart and in my thoughts. - Link to Speech
3: Elliot Colburn (CON - Carshalton and Wallington) I join colleagues in paying tribute to our late friend Sir David Amess. - Link to Speech
4: Anna Firth (CON - Southend West) Speaking in the second Sir David Amess summer Adjournment debate is a huge privilege for me. - Link to Speech
5: Dean Russell (CON - Watford) First, may I align myself with all the tributes to Sir David Amess? - Link to Speech

All-party Parliamentary Groups
99 speeches (13,847 words)
Wednesday 19th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Cabinet Office
Mentions:
1: Tim Loughton (CON - East Worthing and Shoreham) I took that role on after the murder of our former colleague Sir David Amess. - Link to Speech

Business of the House
65 speeches (8,004 words)
Thursday 13th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Leader of the House
Mentions:
1: Penny Mordaunt (CON - Portsmouth North) parliamentary groups, followed by, if necessary, consideration of Lords messages.Thursday 20 July—The Sir David - Link to Speech
2: Penny Mordaunt (CON - Portsmouth North) It may be a topic she wishes to include in any contribution she makes to the Sir David Amess Adjournment - Link to Speech

Points of Order
9 speeches (1,013 words)
Monday 10th July 2023 - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: Andy McDonald (LAB - Middlesbrough) me.I have reported the matter appropriately, but given the murders in recent years of Jo Cox, of Sir David - Link to Speech

Business of the House
88 speeches (10,081 words)
Thursday 6th July 2023 - Commons Chamber
Leader of the House
Mentions:
1: Penny Mordaunt (CON - Portsmouth North) parliamentary groups, followed by, if necessary, consideration of Lords message.Thursday 20 July—The Sir David - Link to Speech

Mental Health In-patient Services: Improving Safety
26 speeches (4,691 words)
Monday 3rd July 2023 - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Mentions:
1: None of the former Member for Southend West, and a great friend to many across this house, the late Sir David - Link to Speech

Business of the House
61 speeches (8,515 words)
Thursday 29th June 2023 - Commons Chamber
Leader of the House
Mentions:
1: Ian Mearns (LAB - Gateshead) If we are awarded the time, it is our intention to hold the second Sir David Amess memorial debate, otherwise - Link to Speech

Mental Health In-patient Services: Improving Safety
45 speeches (7,860 words)
Wednesday 28th June 2023 - Commons Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Mentions:
1: Steve Barclay (CON - North East Cambridgeshire) of the former Member for Southend West, and a great friend to many across this house, the late Sir David - Link to Speech
2: Mark Francois (CON - Rayleigh and Wickford) I thank the Secretary of State for mentioning our great friend Sir David Amess. - Link to Speech

Machetes: Consultation
54 speeches (7,788 words)
Tuesday 18th April 2023 - Commons Chamber
Home Office
Mentions:
1: Mark Francois (CON - Rayleigh and Wickford) make a non-partisan point for a moment, the whole House knows that our late friend and colleague Sir David - Link to Speech

Easter Adjournment
35 speeches (17,152 words)
Thursday 30th March 2023 - Westminster Hall

Mentions:
1: Bob Blackman (CON - Harrow East) Amess, who would give a valedictory performance in these debates. - Link to Speech
2: David Mundell (CON - Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale) Thank you, Mr Blackman, and thank you for referencing Sir David Amess, who was indeed a stalwart of these - Link to Speech
3: Chris Stephens (SNP - Glasgow South West) Amess, who was a great man. - Link to Speech
4: Jessica Morden (LAB - Newport East) Amess in this debate. - Link to Speech
5: Marcus Jones (CON - Nuneaton) It was absolutely in the spirit of the late, great Sir David Amess; I think he would have thought that - Link to Speech

Commonwealth Day
27 speeches (10,582 words)
Tuesday 21st March 2023 - Westminster Hall
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Mentions:
1: James Duddridge (CON - Rochford and Southend East) Speaker in Cameroon and has since sadly passed away; there was also a glancing reference to the late Sir David - Link to Speech

Hunting Trophies (Import Prohibition) Bill
85 speeches (13,316 words)
Report stage
Friday 17th March 2023 - Commons Chamber
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Mentions:
1: Mark Francois (CON - Rayleigh and Wickford) begin by declaring a personal interest: this was a particular passion of our great friend, the late Sir David - Link to Speech
2: Alex Sobel (LAB - Leeds North West) I also echo Members across the House in their tribute to Sir David Amess and his work on this matter.Like - Link to Speech

Animals (Low Welfare Activities Abroad) Bill
22 speeches (5,234 words)
3rd reading
Friday 17th March 2023 - Commons Chamber
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Mentions:
1: Anna Firth (CON - Southend West) brilliant Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation, a position also held by my much-loved predecessor Sir David - Link to Speech

Oral Answers to Questions
173 speeches (10,195 words)
Tuesday 14th March 2023 - Commons Chamber
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Mentions:
1: Mark Menzies (CON - Fylde) I was also fortunate to visit Gaziantep in 2019 with our late friend Sir David Amess, where I met families - Link to Speech

International Women’s Day
129 speeches (28,739 words)
Thursday 9th March 2023 - Commons Chamber
Department for Business and Trade
Mentions:
1: Maria Caulfield (CON - Lewes) Today I want to remember Sir David Amess, who usually spoke in these debates; I think particularly of - Link to Speech

Hunting Trophies (Import Prohibition) Bill
46 speeches (5,197 words)
Committee stage
Wednesday 25th January 2023 - Public Bill Committees
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Mentions:
1: Henry Smith (CON - Crawley) support to me; and to the Government Whips Office.Sadly, in October 2021, our dear late colleague Sir David - Link to Speech

Iran
84 speeches (26,205 words)
Thursday 12th January 2023 - Commons Chamber
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Mentions:
1: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) Parliament to support their will in any way we can.Let me finally take a moment to recall our colleague Sir David - Link to Speech

Christmas Adjournment
89 speeches (38,984 words)
Tuesday 20th December 2022 - Commons Chamber
Leader of the House
Mentions:
1: Nigel Evans (CON - Ribble Valley) On that point, we all remember David Amess today with huge, huge gratitude for his service here. - Link to Speech
2: Jim Shannon (DUP - Strangford) I remember Sir David Amess. - Link to Speech
3: Penny Mordaunt (CON - Portsmouth North) Members have said, we think of our dear late colleague Sir David Amess. - Link to Speech

Business of the House
67 speeches (7,965 words)
Thursday 1st December 2022 - Commons Chamber
Leader of the House
Mentions:
1: Anna Firth (CON - Southend West) 1, raising essential funds for musicians with disabilities and honouring my amazing predecessor Sir David - Link to Speech

Roadworks (Regulation)
2 speeches (1,386 words)
1st reading
Wednesday 30th November 2022 - Commons Chamber

Mentions:
1: Mark Francois (CON - Rayleigh and Wickford) My great friend, the late Sir David Amess, shared many of my frustrations regarding the regulation of - Link to Speech

Hunting Trophies (Import Prohibition) Bill
71 speeches (21,542 words)
Friday 25th November 2022 - Commons Chamber
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Mentions:
1: Anna Firth (CON - Southend West) Foundation in memory of its late patron, the MP whose constituency I am now proud to represent: Sir David - Link to Speech
2: Henry Smith (CON - Crawley) Friend the Member for Southend West (Anna Firth), who paid tribute to Sir David Amess, our late colleague.Question - Link to Speech

National Security
23 speeches (3,859 words)
Wednesday 2nd November 2022 - Lords Chamber
Home Office
Mentions:
1: None elected to serve across the country, so tragically brought home by the murder of our dear friends Sir David - Link to Speech
2: Lord Sharpe of Epsom (CON - Life peer) Amess last year and Jo Cox in 2016, and the support on offer through Operation Bridger and by the police - Link to Speech
3: Lord Coaker (LAB - Life peer) We cannot talk about those issues without honouring our friends and colleagues, Jo Cox and Sir David - Link to Speech

National Security
48 speeches (7,214 words)
Tuesday 1st November 2022 - Commons Chamber
Home Office
Mentions:
1: Tom Tugendhat (CON - Tonbridge and Malling) elected to serve across the country, so tragically brought home by the murder of our dear friends Sir David - Link to Speech
2: Yvette Cooper (LAB - Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford) We remember with great sadness our lost friends Jo Cox and David Amess. - Link to Speech

Oral Answers to Questions
155 speeches (9,622 words)
Monday 31st October 2022 - Commons Chamber
Department for Work and Pensions
Mentions:
1: Guy Opperman (CON - Hexham) Friend is proving to be a fantastic champion and successor of our good friend Sir David Amess. - Link to Speech

Business of the House
70 speeches (7,664 words)
Thursday 20th October 2022 - Commons Chamber
Leader of the House
Mentions:
1: Anna Firth (CON - Southend West) This weekend, Southend came together to commemorate my predecessor, Sir David Amess. - Link to Speech
2: Penny Mordaunt (CON - Portsmouth North) Friend for raising this matter and paying tribute to our dearly missed late colleague, Sir David Amess - Link to Speech

FIFA World Cup 2022
19 speeches (6,650 words)
Thursday 20th October 2022 - Westminster Hall
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Mentions:
1: Jesse Norman (CON - Hereford and South Herefordshire) something that I am sure we will all agree with, but we have not done yet, which is to pay tribute to Sir David - Link to Speech
2: David Mundell (CON - Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale) When I had the opportunity to travel to Qatar with Sir David Amess, he was at the forefront of raising - Link to Speech



Select Committee Documents
Friday 19th January 2024
Written Evidence - National Association for Therapeutic Education
CBE0002 - Children, young people and the built environment

Children, young people and the built environment - Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee

Found: Willis of Knaresborough MP* ( MP* formerly Member of Parliament) (Patron during lifetime - Sir David

Monday 18th December 2023
Oral Evidence - House of Commons, and Cabinet Office

Commons scrutiny of Secretaries of State in the House of Lords - Procedure Committee

Found: Sir David Amess and Jo Cox’s deaths come to mind, with neighbouring MPs stepping in, but is there not

Monday 18th December 2023
Oral Evidence - House of Commons

Commons scrutiny of Secretaries of State in the House of Lords - Procedure Committee

Found: Sir David Amess and Jo Cox’s deaths come to mind, with neighbouring MPs stepping in, but is there not

Tuesday 12th December 2023
Oral Evidence - National Police Chiefs' Council, Metropolitan Police Service, Metropolitan Police Service, Commission for Countering Extremism, Dame Sara Khan, and House of Lords

Home Affairs Committee

Found: arrangements that were put in place after the murder of Jo Cox and reinforced after the murder of Sir David

Friday 1st December 2023
Minutes and decisions - Session 2022-23 List of Subjects Debated

Backbench Business Committee

Found: Climate Finance: Tackling Loss and Damage * Westminster Hall 0.25 37 59.5 (22.5) 20 July 2023 Sir David

Thursday 27th July 2023
Report - Fourth Report - Terrorism (Protection of Premises) draft Bill

Home Affairs Committee

Found: The murder of David Amess occurred in a Methodist hall, but it was not an attack against the Methodist

Tuesday 20th June 2023
Oral Evidence - Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, Metropolitan Police Service, Securitas, Home Office, and Home Office

Pre-legislative scrutiny of the Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Draft Bill - Home Affairs Committee

Found: All but one are out of scope, and that leaves the murder of Sir David Amess.

Tuesday 6th June 2023
Oral Evidence - Figen Murray OBE, Risk to Resolution Ltd, Federation of Small Businesses, Local Government Association, British Chambers of Commerce, Community Security Trust, and Night Time Industries Association

Pre-legislative scrutiny of the Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Draft Bill - Home Affairs Committee

Found: The murder of David Amess occurred in a Methodist hall, but it was not an attack against the Methodist

Tuesday 25th April 2023
Oral Evidence - 2023-04-25 16:15:00+01:00

Proposals for backbench debates - Backbench Business Committee

Found: am the chair of the all-party parliamentary group on liver disease and liver cancer thanks to Sir David

Wednesday 22nd March 2023
Oral Evidence - Home Office, and Prevent

Home Affairs Committee

Found: One was Jo Cox, who was so brutally murdered in 2016, and the other was David Amess, who was murdered

Wednesday 30th November 2022
Correspondence - Report from the House of Commons Commission to the Committee on the outstanding recommendations from the Good Parliament and Gender Sensitive Parliament reports

Gender Sensitive Parliament - Women and Equalities Committee

Found: MPs™ s ecurity was reviewed following the tragic murder of Sir David Amess in October 2021 ; MPs were



Parliamentary Research
Draft Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill - CBP-9799
May. 26 2023

Found: radicalised terrorists seeking to conduct low- sophistication atta cks.14 Recent attacks • 2021: – Sir David

House of Lords: Maiden and valedictory speeches, 2019-2022 - LLN-2022-0053
Nov. 15 2022

Found: Bill of the noble baroness , Lady Meacher, and the heartfelt and moving tributes paid to the late Sir David



Early Day Motions
Tuesday 8th November

Trophy hunting import and exports

72 signatures (Most recent: 2 May 2023)
Tabled by: Mike Penning (Conservative - Hemel Hempstead)
That this House notes the recent report of the APPG on Banning Trophy Hunting and Britain: The Case for a Ban, its contributions from IUCN scientists, CITES officials and African community leaders, and its findings that trophy hunting is exacerbating the conservation crisis and that African communities are overwhelmingly opposed …


Tweets
Anna Firth (Conservative - Southend West) - @Anna_Firth
17 Mar 2023, 3:09 p.m.

I’m extremely pleased that the Hunting Trophies Bill passed its Third Reading in the Commons today. I’m very proud to have upheld Sir David Amess’ commitment to animal welfare, and you can watch my contribution below. #BanTrophyHunting @ConservativeAWF https://t.co/EtX4Q28gnt

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Tim Loughton (Conservative - East Worthing and Shoreham) - @timloughton
15 Mar 2023, 5:01 p.m.

Pleased to show my support at the Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation event today calling for an end to the use of pig farrowing crates in the UK. An important campaign and one that my friend Sir David Amess believed in passionately https://t.co/dhHmvroQJr

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Penny Mordaunt (Conservative - Portsmouth North) - @PennyMordaunt
Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons
11 Mar 2023, 10:52 p.m.

Tonight was pretty special. Nearly 5 years ago I watched @MusicManProject rock the @RoyalAlbertHall. I’d played a small part in the plan by Sir David Amess to get them there and pack the place out. Here’s the video I took that night where he set out their plan to play Broadway.. https://t.co/pZCt5bCmAu

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Anna Firth (Conservative - Southend West) - @Anna_Firth
1 Mar 2023, 4:58 p.m.

🥳Today we celebrate 1 year of Southend being a city! We must pay tribute to the city’s finest champion, Sir David Amess, but also build upon the fantastic start we have had. From LuminoCity to the incredible Halloween Parade – this is a city we should all be extremely proud of💙 https://t.co/jGLc8g0Nth

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Penny Mordaunt (Conservative - Portsmouth North) - @PennyMordaunt
Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons
17 Dec 2022, 5:06 p.m.

Please help these guys get to No.1!! Royal Marines Band and HMS Collingwood reach No 10 in music charts with charity single from learning disability choir honouring late patron Sir David Amess MP | The News https://t.co/vx5DJywir5

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Penny Mordaunt (Conservative - Portsmouth North) - @PennyMordaunt
Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons
7 Dec 2022, 11:41 a.m.

This is such an amazing project. Well done ⁦@MusicManProject⁩ and ⁦@RoyalMarines⁩. Charity Christmas single to be released in tribute to Sir David Amess | The Independent https://t.co/i41WJK6OoU

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Eleanor Laing (Conservative - Epping Forest) - @eleanor4epping
5 Dec 2022, 5:15 p.m.

📸 🌅 Here are my entries for the Photography APPG’s Parliamentarians Competition. Previously chaired by the late Sir David Amess and Austin Mitchell, @TimLoughton is now its chairman. @TheHouseMag @AssocPhoto https://t.co/CiHj4D6XEY

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Jim Shannon (Democratic Unionist Party - Strangford) - @JimShannonMP
Shadow DUP Spokesperson (Human Rights)
7 Nov 2022, 12:19 p.m.

I support the Hunting Trophies (Import Prohibition) Bill. Trophy hunting is cruel, barbaric & decimating vulnerable species. British trophy hunters are at the heart of this archaic industry. We must carry on the work of Sir David Amess MP by ensuring the success of this Bill.

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Kerry McCarthy (Labour - Bristol East) - @KerryMP
Shadow Minister (Climate Change and Net Zero)
3 Nov 2022, 1:08 p.m.

@CEvansbristol Yes, we don't do publicly-advertised drop-in surgeries for security reasons, since the murder of David Amess - but there's the option for appointments on casework matters (not policy) although we usually find that it's as easy and quicker to help people via email/ phone.

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George Freeman (Conservative - Mid Norfolk) - @GeorgeFreemanMP
29 Oct 2022, 8:33 p.m.

@spikestweeting @TradNfkPoultry @itvanglia @Morrisons @BBCSnooker I don’t do that after warnings from the police after the murder of my colleague & friend David Amess. I move the surgeries around each week. If you’d like to come & see me Ian just email or call the office.

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Anna Firth (Conservative - Southend West) - @Anna_Firth
19 Oct 2022, 12:43 p.m.

?The late Sir David Amess inspired us with his annual Centenarian Tea Parties, which I continued this year to carry forward his legacy. We aim to involve as many MPs and Peers into this initiative, and work together to bring local communities closer. #TeaWithMyCommunity https://t.co/9XGsb8Axy4

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Neil O'Brien (Conservative - Harborough) - @NeilDotObrien
19 Oct 2022, 9:02 a.m.

One year on from the murder of David Amess & 6 years on from the murder of Jo Cox - yet the number of people like this ⬇️ pumping out dangerous conspiracy theory rubbish on talk radio & talk TV has only gone up. We must stop the slide towards the disastrous situation in the US https://t.co/tRKiE2vRQ5

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Michael Fabricant (Conservative - Lichfield) - @Mike_Fabricant
18 Oct 2022, 6:43 p.m.

My interview with @mrmarkdolan on Saturday night - the first anniversary of the murder of David Amess MP. #RIP https://t.co/1kSUjbtebL

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Michael Fabricant (Conservative - Lichfield) - @Mike_Fabricant
16 Oct 2022, 8:22 a.m.

Last night I chatted with @mrmarkdolan on @GBNEWS about the murder of Sir David Amess MP which occurred a year ago yesterday, threats against MPs, and abuse on social media. https://t.co/BqS5dDLorU

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Anna Firth (Conservative - Southend West) - @Anna_Firth
16 Oct 2022, 12:07 a.m.

Today, I attended a very moving tree planting ceremony for Sir David Amess, which marked the anniversary of his senseless killing. No one in Southend will ever forget the incredible contribution he made to our city and the legacy he has left us with. Rest In Peace, Sir David? https://t.co/BxWjmSVPKO

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Yvette Cooper (Labour - Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford) - @YvetteCooperMP
Shadow Secretary of State for the Home Department
15 Oct 2022, 7:52 p.m.

Thinking of Sir David Amess & of his family today. Of his warmth & humour, of his enthusiasm, his kindness, the wild Christmas decorations he put up along the corridors near his Parliamentary office, & his dedicated campaigning for many compassionate causes. https://t.co/64gvGvFRri

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Wendy Morton (Conservative - Aldridge-Brownhills) - @morton_wendy
15 Oct 2022, 7:39 p.m.

Today we remember Sir David Amess, a dear colleague and friend. A dedicated public servant who is greatly missed. My thoughts are with his family. https://t.co/yTZT9m0wkq

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David Morris (Conservative - Morecambe and Lunesdale) - @davidmorrisml
15 Oct 2022, 6:33 p.m.

On the Anniversary of Sir David Amess’ death, I remember my wonderful friend and his love of the City of Southend. I miss Sir David’s sage advice, brilliant sense of humour and more than all his support and friendship. My thoughts today are with his wife Julia and their children. https://t.co/w5Auj1rRKY

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Kevin Foster (Conservative - Torbay) - @kevin_j_foster
15 Oct 2022, 5:48 p.m.

I held my latest advice surgery at Preston Baptist Church this morning. A year ago today my colleague and friend Sir David Amess was holding an advice surgery when he was murdered. Thinking of his family and loved ones today. https://t.co/vUIyHr3egc

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Jane Stevenson (Conservative - Wolverhampton North East) - @Jane_Stevenson_
15 Oct 2022, 4:51 p.m.

Remembering the great Sir David Amess on the first anniversary of his murder. A wonderful colleague, who did so much for so many. My thoughts are with his family today. https://t.co/Ajx4FcpzZ9

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Amanda Solloway (Conservative - Derby North) - @ASollowayUK
Government Whip, Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury
15 Oct 2022, 3:30 p.m.

Today we remember Sir David Amess on the anniversary of his death. A dedicated public servant who is greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers today are with all who knew and loved him. https://t.co/L0uW0uqaI6

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James Cartlidge (Conservative - South Suffolk) - @jcartlidgemp
Minister of State (Ministry of Defence)
15 Oct 2022, 2:50 p.m.

Today marks 12 months since we lost a wonderfully kind, warm & compassionate colleague, Sir David Amess. He embodied Parliamentary public service at its best & is sorely missed by all. https://t.co/4d37KFz5dk

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Alberto Costa (Conservative - South Leicestershire) - @AlbertoCostaMP
15 Oct 2022, 1:56 p.m.

Today marks one year since the terrible murder of Sir David Amess MP. Sir David was a tireless champion for the people of Southend, as well as a much valued colleague and friend to many in the House of Commons. My thoughts today are with Sir David’s friends and family. https://t.co/rMAxG6yTuu

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David T C Davies (Conservative - Monmouth) - @DavidTCDavies
Secretary of State for Wales
15 Oct 2022, 1:49 p.m.

Remembering Sir David Amess who was murdered a year ago today. He was killed doing the job he loved. Sir David was an outstanding public servant, and a good friend to many across the political divide. He is sorely missed. My thoughts are with his family and friends. https://t.co/ztFEvj0LHO

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David Lammy (Labour - Tottenham) - @DavidLammy
Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs
15 Oct 2022, 1:47 p.m.

Today we remember Sir David Amess. A politician who cared deeply about his constituency, animal welfare and so many issues beyond. His memory will not be forgotten. In the end, hate will never win.

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Mary Robinson (Conservative - Cheadle) - @MaryRobinson01
15 Oct 2022, 1:01 p.m.

On the first anniversary of the death of Sir David Amess, my thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. He was a friend to all and a much-loved MP who is dearly missed. https://t.co/v0SvHERwQH

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Andrea Jenkyns (Conservative - Morley and Outwood) - @andreajenkyns
15 Oct 2022, 12:11 p.m.

Today, a year on from the horrific murder of the kind, gentle, & wonderful Sir David Amess, we remember him for his compassion in all things, for his sense of service & dedication, & for a life spent in public service.

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Gillian Keegan (Conservative - Chichester) - @GillianKeegan
Secretary of State for Education
15 Oct 2022, 12:10 p.m.

Today marks one year since the death of my friend and colleague, Sir David Amess. He was such a kind, funny, and dedicated man, and is sorely missed. Today, my thoughts are of him and my prayers are with his family ❤️

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Boris Johnson (Conservative - Uxbridge and South Ruislip) - @BorisJohnson
15 Oct 2022, noon

On this sad anniversary of the death of Sir David Amess we remember the many good things he stood for: campaigns for animal welfare, city status for Southend and independence for a sovereign parliamentary democracy. A legacy that shines bright. Thinking of Julia and the family.

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Anna Firth (Conservative - Southend West) - @Anna_Firth
15 Oct 2022, 11:44 a.m.

Today, I attended a very moving tree planting ceremony for Sir David Amess, which marked the anniversary of his senseless killing. No one in Southend will ever forget the incredible contribution he made to our city and the legacy he has left us with. Rest In Peace, Sir David? https://t.co/79JJYrM4TB

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Victoria Prentis (Conservative - Banbury) - @VictoriaPrentis
Attorney General
15 Oct 2022, 11:16 a.m.

Thinking of my dear friend Sir David Amess on the one-year anniversary of his tragic death. We continue to cherish his memory and remember his deep commitment to the issues of animal welfare, endometriosis and refugees. My thoughts are with his wife Julia and 5 children today. https://t.co/HYyqWrTlYU

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Andrew Stephenson (Conservative - Pendle) - @Andrew4Pendle
Minister of State (Department of Health and Social Care)
15 Oct 2022, 11:08 a.m.

One year ago today my friend and colleague Sir David Amess MP died in an horrific attack. Today my thoughts are with his wife, daughters and wider family and friends. https://t.co/s5hj55aSjD

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Douglas Ross (Conservative - Moray) - @Douglas4Moray
15 Oct 2022, 11:01 a.m.

One year ago today my friend and colleague Sir David Amess was brutally murdered doing his job, representing his constituents. We lost a great champion and dedicated public servant and his wife Julia, their children and all his friends & family remain in our thoughts and prayers. https://t.co/VWlIF5uN9Z

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Anna Firth (Conservative - Southend West) - @Anna_Firth
15 Oct 2022, 10:32 a.m.

Everyone in the House misses Sir David so dearly. In the House on Thursday, MPs paid tributes to the late Sir David Amess to commemorate his passing. Here are the tributes from myself and the Speaker. https://t.co/WKsqQfmFog

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Anna Firth (Conservative - Southend West) - @Anna_Firth
15 Oct 2022, 10:32 a.m.

Today, marks the one-year anniversary of the senseless killing of Sir David Amess. Sir David was known far and wide, home and away, for a variety of different reasons, from being an avid animal welfare activist, to a devoted Catholic, to simply being an extraordinary gentleman.

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Home Office - @ukhomeoffice
15 Oct 2022, 10:30 a.m.

Today, we remember Sir David Amess who was killed last year. A devoted public servant to this country & the people of the Southend West constituency.   Terror and hate will never win. https://t.co/WW2aw4noJV https://t.co/30ni2EIbmw

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Rehman Chishti (Conservative - Gillingham and Rainham) - @Rehman_Chishti
15 Oct 2022, 10:27 a.m.

A year ago today,Parliament,lost its finest Sir David Amess. A role model in public office.Kindness, integrity & deep commitment to public service. Worked together 2015 on counter Daesh narrative not ISIL which PM @David_Cameron later accepted. David supported campaign at outset. https://t.co/blHfTmcOG4

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Dawn Butler (Labour - Brent Central) - @DawnButlerBrent
15 Oct 2022, 10:19 a.m.

Each day we are reminded of good people over bad. Remembering Sir David Amess, kind, dedicated public servant. Thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones at this painful time. His horrific murder was an attempt to divide us and fuel fear. Let's stand united against evil.

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UK House of Commons - @HouseofCommons
15 Oct 2022, 10:17 a.m.

Today marks the first anniversary of the tragic death of Sir David Amess. On Thursday the Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, paid tribute to the late MP for Southend West. https://t.co/mb0BarMlCn

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Department Publications - Statistics
Monday 25th March 2024
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Source Page: The Khan Review: Threats to Social Cohesion and Democratic Resilience
Document: Rapid evidence review: harassment and censorship (PDF)

Found: However, in the aftermath of the murders of Jo Cox MP and David Amess MP, this issue has received significantly

Monday 25th March 2024
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Source Page: The Khan Review: Threats to Social Cohesion and Democratic Resilience
Document: The Khan Review (PDF)

Found: Conversely, the security concerns following the murders of Jo Cox M P and Sir David Amess M P have

Thursday 15th June 2023
Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
Source Page: Thurrock Council: Best value inspection report
Document: Thurrock Council: Best value inspection report (PDF)

Found: In the UK this manifested itself with the terrible murder of Sir David Amess MP in October 2021.

Wednesday 8th February 2023
Home Office
Source Page: Independent Review of Prevent’s report and government response
Document: The response to the Independent Review of Prevent (PDF)

Found: Prevent at Fishmongers’ Hall, Streatham, Forbury Gardens in Readi ng, and the horrific murder of Sir David

Wednesday 8th February 2023
Home Office
Source Page: Independent Review of Prevent’s report and government response
Document: Independent Review of Prevent (PDF)

Found: These voices were especially prominent in the wake of the murder of Sir David Amess MP in October 2021

Wednesday 8th February 2023
Home Office
Source Page: Independent Review of Prevent’s report and government response
Document: Independent Review of Prevent (print-friendly) (PDF)

Found: These voices were especially prominent in the wake of the murder of Sir David Amess MP in October 2021

Wednesday 8th February 2023
Home Office
Source Page: Independent Review of Prevent’s report and government response
Document: The response to the Independent Review of Prevent (print-friendly) (PDF)

Found: Prevent at Fishmongers’ Hall, Streatham, Forbury Gardens in Readi ng, and the horrific murder of Sir David



Department Publications - News and Communications
Thursday 29th February 2024
Home Office
Source Page: Statement on the security of elected representatives
Document: Statement on the security of elected representatives (webpage)

Found: The assassinations of our friends Jo Cox and Sir David Amess have affected us all.

Wednesday 28th February 2024
Home Office
Source Page: £31m committed to protect democratic process
Document: £31m committed to protect democratic process (webpage)

Found: undergone significant reform in recent years, most notably following the murders of Jo Cox and Sir David

Tuesday 18th July 2023
Home Office
Source Page: Counter-terrorism strategy (CONTEST) 2023 launch
Document: Counter-terrorism strategy (CONTEST) 2023 launch (webpage)

Found: London Bridge, Finsbury Park, Fishmongers’ Hall, Forbury Gardens, and the murders of MPs Jo Cox and Sir David



Department Publications - Policy paper
Tuesday 27th February 2024
Home Office
Source Page: Response to the report on the terrorism acts in 2021
Document: Response to the 2021 annual report on the operation of the terrorism acts by the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation (print) (PDF)

Found: Islamist terrorism remained the main threat to the UK in 2021, with the abhorrent murder of Sir David

Tuesday 27th February 2024
Home Office
Source Page: Response to the report on the terrorism acts in 2021
Document: Response to the 2021 annual report on the operation of the terrorism acts by the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation (web) (PDF)

Found: Islamist terrorism remained the main threat to the UK in 2021, with the abhorrent murder of Sir David

Monday 31st July 2023
Ministry of Justice
Source Page: A response to: Counter Terrorism Joint Inspection
Document: Counter Terrorism Joint Inspection. (PDF)

Found: In 2021, the MP David Amess was murdered by an individual thought to be an IS sympathiser.

Tuesday 18th July 2023
Home Office
Source Page: Counter-terrorism strategy (CONTEST) 2023
Document: Counter-terrorism strategy (CONTEST) 2023 (Welsh) (PDF)

Found: Yn dilyn llofruddiaeth drasig Syr David Amess AS mae’r Swyddfa Gartref yn parhau i weithio gyda’r Adran

Tuesday 18th July 2023
Home Office
Source Page: Counter-terrorism strategy (CONTEST) 2023
Document: Counter-terrorism strategy (CONTEST) 2023 (print-ready PDF) (PDF)

Found: Nov 2019), HMP Whitemoor (Jan 2020), Streatham High Road (Feb 2020), Forbury Gardens (Jun 2020), Sir David

Tuesday 18th July 2023
Home Office
Source Page: Counter-terrorism strategy (CONTEST) 2023
Document: Counter-terrorism strategy (CONTEST) 2023 (PDF)

Found: 2019), HMP Whitemoor (Jan 2020), Streatham High Road (Feb 2020), Forbury Gardens (Jun 2020), Sir David

Tuesday 2nd May 2023
Home Office
Source Page: Terrorism (Protection of premises) draft bill: overarching documents
Document: Impact assessment: Draft Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill (PDF)

Found: • On 15 October 2021, a terrorist fatally stabbed Sir David Amess MP at his constituency surgery



Department Publications - Guidance
Thursday 3rd August 2023
Cabinet Office
Source Page: National Risk Register 2023
Document: National Risk Register 2023 (PDF) (PDF)

Found: In the UK, the most recent example is that of Sir David Amess MP, who was murdered on the 15th October



Non-Departmental Publications - Policy paper
Jul. 31 2023
HM Prison and Probation Service
Source Page: A response to: Counter Terrorism Joint Inspection
Document: Counter Terrorism Joint Inspection. (PDF)
Policy paper

Found: In 2021, the MP David Amess was murdered by an individual thought to be an IS sympathiser.



Non-Departmental Publications - News and Communications
May. 18 2023
Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner
Source Page: Letter to Lucy Allan MP about cameras around MPs' home addresses
Document: Letter from the Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner to Lucy Allan MP about cameras around MPs' home addresses (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: in light of the response ordered by the former Home Secretary following the horrific murder of Sir David



Non-Departmental Publications - Statistics
May. 02 2023
Regulatory Policy Committee
Source Page: Martyn's Law: RPC Opinion (Red-rated)
Document: Impact Assessment (PDF)
Statistics

Found: • On 15 October 2021, a terrorist fatally stabbed Sir David Amess MP at his constituency surgery

Mar. 07 2023
Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation
Source Page: The Terrorism Acts in 2021
Document: The Terrorism Acts in 2020 - report of the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation (print) (PDF)
Statistics

Found: In October 2021, Ali Harbi Ali murdered Sir David Amess MP at his constituency surgery.

Mar. 07 2023
Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation
Source Page: The Terrorism Acts in 2021
Document: The Terrorism Acts in 2020 - report of the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation (PDF)
Statistics

Found: In October 2021, Ali Harbi Ali murdered Sir David Amess MP at his constituency surgery.



Deposited Papers
Wednesday 30th August 2023

Source Page: I. UK national leadership for risk identification, emergency preparedness, response and recovery. August 2023. 22p. II. National Risk Register. 2023 edition. 192p. III. Letter dated 16/08/2023 from Oliver Dowden MP regarding the two documents above for deposit in the House Libraries. 1p.
Document: RISK.pdf (PDF)

Found: In the UK, the most recent example is that of Sir David Amess MP, who was murdered on the 15th October

Wednesday 21st June 2023

Source Page: Thurrock Council best value inspection report. 110p.
Document: Thurrock.pdf (PDF)

Found: In the UK this manifested itself with the terrible murder of Sir David Amess MP in October 2021.




David Amess mentioned in Scottish results


Scottish Government Publications
Thursday 27th July 2023
Local Government and Housing Directorate
Equality, Inclusion and Human Rights Directorate
Source Page: Understanding extremism in Scotland: public perceptions and experiences
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Found: such as the 2017 London Bridge attack; the 2019 Fishmonger’s Hall attack; and the 2021 murder of David



Scottish Parliamentary Research (SPICe)
Scottish Parliament Statistics 2021-2022
Tuesday 28th November 2023

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Found: Time for Reflection 34 2 11 Motion without notice 31 0 21 Remembering David Hill 1 0 06 Tribute to Sir David



Scottish Parliamentary Debates
Chinese State Surveillance
17 speeches (29,036 words)
Thursday 23rd February 2023 - Main Chamber
Mentions:
1: Nicoll, Audrey (SNP - Aberdeen South and North Kincardine) Many of us will recall the tragic terrorist murders of Jo Cox MP and David Amess MP, and the radicalisation - Link to Speech

Barriers to Local Elected Office
107 speeches (86,787 words)
Tuesday 1st November 2022 - Committee
Mentions:
1: None Police Scotland, which developed in relation to councillor safety following the tragic murder of Sir David - Link to Speech

Portfolio Question Time
102 speeches (53,777 words)
Wednesday 23rd February 2022 - Main Chamber
Mentions:
1: Greene, Jamie (Con - West Scotland) One of the proposals in the online safety bill is to be David’s law, which is named after Sir David Amess—a - Link to Speech
2: Brown, Keith (SNP - Clackmannanshire and Dunblane) I agree that it was a deplorable and tragic act that led to the killing of Sir David Amess, and we would - Link to Speech

Endometriosis
24 speeches (46,399 words)
Tuesday 11th January 2022 - Main Chamber
Mentions:
1: Hamilton, Rachael (Con - Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire) I could not hold this debate without paying tribute to Sir David Amess, who worked tirelessly to raise - Link to Speech
2: Lennon, Monica (Lab - Central Scotland) information and tools that they need at an early age.I join Rachael Hamilton in paying tribute to Sir David - Link to Speech
3: Todd, Maree (SNP - Caithness, Sutherland and Ross) my assurance that those findings will be acted on.I want to pause for a moment to pay tribute to Sir David - Link to Speech

Budget Scrutiny 2022-23
180 speeches (143,913 words)
Tuesday 21st December 2021 - Committee
Mentions:
1: Carlaw, Jackson (Con - Eastwood) Following the death of Sir David Amess, the corporate body has been reviewing the personal security support - Link to Speech

Time for Reflection
2 speeches (3,096 words)
Tuesday 26th October 2021 - Main Chamber
Mentions:
1: None Sir David Amess, member of Parliament for Southend West, was stabbed to death in a church, during a constituency - Link to Speech

Sir David Amess MP
6 speeches (15,376 words)
Tuesday 26th October 2021 - Main Chamber
Mentions:
1: Ross, Douglas (Con - Highlands and Islands) We pray for his family and we mourn with them.Rest in peace, Sir David Amess. - Link to Speech
2: Sarwar, Anas (Lab - Glasgow) The killing of Sir David Amess has utterly devastated everyone who works in and around politics. - Link to Speech
3: Slater, Lorna (Green - Lothian) David Amess should not have had to risk—nor to give—his life in order to do his job. - Link to Speech
4: Cole-Hamilton, Alex (LD - Edinburgh Western) I did not know David Amess, but I recognise him. - Link to Speech