House of Commons observes a minute’s silence for David Amess

The House of Commons has observed a minute's silence in memory of Conservative MP Sir David Amess, who was murdered in Leigh-on-Sea on Friday. The Speaker's chaplain, Tricia Hillas, told the chamber: "May the bright memory of his rich life ever outshine the tragic manner of his death.".

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