David Amess Wife (Julia Arnold) Wiki, Bio, Age, Children
David Amess Wife (Julia Arnold) Wiki, Bio, Age, Children – David Amess Wife is Julia Arnold. Julia Arnold is the wife of British MP David Amess and works as a part-time caseworker. She was a dedicated and caring wife who was sadly widowed after her husband was stabbed to death.
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David Amess Wife (Julia Arnold) Children
Julia Arnold Children – Julia Arnold and David Amess have five children: a son and four daughters.
Julia Arnold Husband
Julia Arnold Husband – Julia Arnold Husband is Sir David Amess. He was a British politician who served from March 26, 1952, until October 15, 2021. From 1983 to 1997, he was the Conservative Party’s Member of Parliament (MP) for Basildon, and from 1997 to 2021, he was the Conservative Party’s Member of Parliament (MP) for Southend West. He was a long-time and outspoken Eurosceptic who supported Brexit in the 2016 EU referendum and was a backer of the pro-Brexit campaign Leave Means Leave.
Amess was stabbed numerous times while holding his constituency surgery on October 15, 2021, and died at the spot.
He was born to James Amess and his wife Maud in Plaistow, Essex (now part of Newham, London), and was raised as a Roman Catholic like his mother. Maud died at the age of 104 on October 12, 2016.
On Boleyn Road in Forest Gate, Amess attended St Anthony’s Junior and Infant School, then St Bonaventure’s Grammar School (now St Bonaventure’s Catholic School), and then Bournemouth College of Technology (now Bournemouth University’s Faculty of Science and Technology), where he earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and government.
After a year as a teacher at St John the Baptist Primary School in Bethnal Green (1970–71), Amess worked as an underwriter for a brief time before becoming a recruiting consultant.
At the 1979 general election, he ran for the safe Labour Party seat of Newham North West, which was won by Labour’s Arthur Lewis. Amess was elected to the London Borough of Redbridge as a councillor in 1982.
Many of Amess’ legislative bills were sponsored by him. The Protection Against Cruel Tethering Act (1988) and the Warm Homes and Energy Conservation Act (2000), both of which bear his name, are two of his most notable accomplishments. He piloted the Security Printing (Specialist) Materials Bill onto the Statute Book in 2014.
In 2015, Amess was elected to the Administration Committee. This committee is in charge of managing the operation and services of the Parliamentary Estate. Following the 2019 General Election, he resigned from the Committee.
In the 2015 New Year Honours, Amess was made a Knight Bachelor for his political and civic service. He was a Knight Bachelor of the Imperial Society of Knights.