On Monday 24th February, Sir David Amess met the police dog who inspired Finn’s law in Westminster to show his support for Finn’s Law Part 2. This legislation will increase maximum sentences for animal welfare offences from 6 months up to 5 years to better protect animals from abuse.
Sir David Amess, Member of Parliament for Southend West, today visited Pankrac Prison in Prague to meet with a British Citizen, Mr Lakhbir Sandhu, who is currently being detained. Sir David was accompanied by Lakhbir’s father Kulbir.
On Wednesday 12th February, Sir David Amess, Member of Parliament for Southend West, held a meeting with Glyn Jones, CEO of Southend Airport and Alison Griffin, Chief Executive of Southend Borough Council.
On Monday 10th February, Sir David Amess attended an event in Parliament hosted by Beat Eating Disorders. He had the opportunity to hear about the work the charity does offering support and guidance to those suffering from eating disorders and their loved ones.