Sir David re-elected as Member of Parliament for Southend West

Just after 02:00 on the morning of Friday 13th December, it was announced that Sir David had been returned as the Southend West MP with an increased majority.  

Sir David received 27,555 votes which represented 59.2% vote share. Locally, there was a turnout of 67.4%.  

Local MPs help win back 1/5th of a million pounds for patient care

Local Conservative MPs, Sir David Amess, Mark Francois, James Duddridge and Rebecca Harris, held a meeting with the Health Secretary, Matt Hancock MP, at the House of Commons this afternoon, where they were delighted to hear that he has used his powers as the Secretary of State, to reclaim a pay

Sir David supports Swim England

On Monday 4th October, Southend West MP attended the launch of Swim England’s Value of Swimming report.  

Southend MP supports Mental Health Charter

On Tuesday 29th October, Sir David Amess MP hosted a Parliamentary event to support a Child Mental Health Charter. 1 in 8 children currently have at least one mental health disorder: the charter seeks to improve mental health services for children.  

Sir David speaks in debate on Endometriosis

Southend West MP, Sir David Amess is chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Endometriosis. On Tuesday 29th October, he contributed to a Westminster Hall debate on workplace support that is available to women with the condition.  

Sir David Amess supports plans to restore nature

A recent report by Rewilding Britain was launched in Parliament on Monday, 28th October. The document helps to set out plans for Britain to lead the world in environmental solutions, through large-scale restoration of ecosystems.

Sir David plants donated tree in local park

Sir David Amess, MP for Southend West, was joined by the Mayor and Mayoress of Southend, along with local Conservative Councillors, as he planted a tree in Chalkwell Park.