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PM draws a tribute to “a decent family man” David Amess from the entire political spectrum

Boris Johnson After the brutal puncture wounds of Tory lawmakers, great sorrow spilled out of the entire political spectrum today. David Ames..

The prime minister was one of all party colleagues praising veteran conservatives. They “died after being attacked by member surgery” as “true gentlemen” and “decent” family men.

And there was a rebellion that the MP should not succumb to an “attack on democracy” by refusing to meet voters in person in the future.

Back to Downing Street To address the shocking news of the Cabinet Absence Day in Bristol, the Prime Minister said:

He said death “came after nearly 40 years of continuous service to the Essex people and Britain as a whole.”

“The reason people are so shocked and sad is, above all, that he was one of the kindest, finest and most calm people in politics,” he said.

“He also had an excellent record of passing the law to help the most vulnerable people.”

The Westminster flag is half-masted as a tribute to the 69-year-old who has been a member of Parliament since 1983.

A 25-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder.

Former Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May tweeted. ‘It’s heartbreaking to hear the death of Sir David Amess.

“A decent man and a respected MP was killed in his own community while performing his official duties.

Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson today exudes great sorrow from the entire political spectrum after the brutal stab wound of Tory lawmaker David Amess.

Johnson returned to Downing Street to deal with shocking news after a cabinet absence day in Bristol.

Johnson returned to Downing Street to deal with shocking news after a cabinet absence day in Bristol.

The Westminster flag is half-masted as a tribute to the 69-year-old who has been a member of Parliament since 1983.

The Westminster flag is half-masted as a tribute to the 69-year-old who has been a member of Parliament since 1983.

Political circles responded with deep sorrow to today's tough events

Political circles responded with deep sorrow to today’s tough events

“A tragic day for our democracy. My thoughts and prayers are with David’s family.

Former Prime Minister Sir John Major said: ‘This is really heartbreaking news for a good and decent man who has been a devoted civil servant for over 30 years.

“My heart is on his family.”

The Prime Minister’s wife, Carrie Johnson, tweeted:’Absolutely devastating news about Sir David Amess.

“He was very kind and nice. He is a huge animal lover and a true gentleman. This is completely unjust. The idea is with his wife and their children.

Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab tweeted.

“A great common-sense politician, a broad-minded and formidable activist, and a very generous spirit, including those he opposed. Rip friends.”

Archbishop Justin Welby of Canterbury tweeted:’I was shocked to hear the attack on Sir David Amess. I pray for him, his loved ones, and his staff.

“In order for us to maintain democracy, our elected representatives must be able to live and work without fear of violence or intimidation.”

Secretary of State Grant Shapps described Sir David Amess as a “true member of parliament.”

He tweeted:’Terrible, tragic news about David.

“A devoted and compassionate man, a true councilor, he lost his life while serving a member who worked relentlessly throughout his career.

“My idea is with his family and friends at the moment.”

Health Minister Sajid Javid tweeted: “It was devastated to learn about the murder of Sir David Amess. A great man, a great friend, and a great member of parliament play his democratic role. Was killed in the meantime.

“My heart is on Julia, his family, and everyone who loved him. Remember him and what he did in his life.

Sir David took a photo with his pet Vivienne when he entered the Westminster Dog of the Year contest.

Sir David took a photo with his pet Vivienne when he entered the Westminster Dog of the Year contest.

David Amess and his wife Julia, Alexandra, the daughter of a baby, the fourth child.They are depicted with two other children, David and Catherine

David Amess and his wife Julia, Alexandra, the daughter of a baby, the fourth child.They are depicted with two other children, David and Catherine

Jeremy Corbyn, Nigel Farage, and Tory lawmaker George Freeman paid tribute tonight.

Jeremy Corbyn, Nigel Farage, and Tory lawmaker George Freeman paid tribute tonight.

Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon tweeted:’Representatives elected from the entire political spectrum will unite in sadness and shock today.

“In democracy, politicians need to be accessible and open to scrutiny, but while working and representing their members, everyone deserves their lives. plug.”

Conservative lawmaker Tracey Crouch of Chatham and Eilesford tweeted. I was able to write a series about Sir David being one of the kindest, most compassionate, and most favorite colleagues in Congress. But I can’t. I feel sick. We lost.

‘rest in peace. A little light went out in Congress today. We miss you. “

Northern Ireland Secretary of State Brandon Lewis described Sir David Amess as “one of the truly wonderful people in life.”

He tweeted:’I’ve known David since my time as a councilor of Essex and as a fellow MP.

“One of the truly wonderful people of life, a gentleman, was always ready to help those who needed it.

“I was very shocked and saddened by this terrible news. My thoughts are on his family and loved ones.

Former Conservative lawmaker Harvey Proctor, who was the predecessor of Sir David Amess as a member of Essex’s Basildon, paid tribute to him and called for a review of his security.

Proctor told PA News Agency: ‘The news that my friend David Amess was attacked and killed by his members is horrifying.

“David took over as a member of my Basildon in 1983. My thoughts and best wishes go to his wife Julia and her children and his family.

“He supported me in good times and bad times. He was a great member of parliament in Basildon and Southend-on-Sea West.

“Now is the time to revisit the safety of parliamentarians, especially if they are present at a fixed event or time, such as parliamentary surgery.

“Our parliamentary democracy is under threat and Congress must respond.”

Welsh Minister Mark Drakeford tweeted:’I was deeply saddened to hear about the death of Sir David Amess. A really mean and horrifying act.

“My idea is with his friends, family, and member staff during this dire time.”

Community Secretary Michael Gove tweeted:’David Amess’s death is sadly sad. Just terrible, terrible news.

“He was a good and kind person. He showed charity and compassion to everyone. All his words and actions were characterized by kindness. My heart was towards his family. Has been done. “

Liberal Democratic Party leader Sir Ed Davey tweeted:’This is tragic and horrifying news. My idea is on David’s wife and children, the wider family, friends, and David’s community.

“It’s a really terrible day for British politics, but most importantly, in all our prayers, we are with all those who loved David.”

Conservative lawmaker and former Prime Minister David Davis tweeted. “Our thoughts and prayers are with Sir David Amess’s family, friends and staff.

“He was a completely kind and decent man, caring for his members above all and working hard for them throughout his outstanding career. We all lost good friends. “

Foreign Minister Liz Truss tweeted:’Ravaged after hearing horrific news about Sir David Amess MP.

“He was a nice and nice guy and a great member of parliament. My idea is for all his family and friends.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak tweeted:’The worst aspect of violence is its inhumanity. It can steal joy from the world and rob us of what we love most.

Sir David, wife Julia Arnold and four daughters.The couple also has a son

Sir David, wife Julia Arnold and four daughters.The couple also has a son

“Today it took a father, a husband, and a respected colleague. All my thoughts and prayers are with Sir David’s loved ones.

Former Tory leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith tweeted. Last hope when everything else fails.

“My prayer is directed to his family RIP # SirDavidAmess.”

Labor Party Mayor Sadiq Khan tweeted. “I was deeply saddened by the tragic news and Sir David died.

“He loved to be a member of parliament and was a great civil servant. It’s just terrible. My thoughts and prayers, and the thoughts and prayers of all Londoners, are of David’s at this time of unimaginable sorrow. I am with my loved ones.

Conservative Sir Roger Gale tweeted.

“The loss to his family and home that David always thought was horrifying. But David died doing what David always did – taking care of his members. ..

PM draws a tribute to “a decent family man” David Amess from the entire political spectrum

SourcePM draws a tribute to “a decent family man” David Amess from the entire political spectrum

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