David Amess, a British Conservative MP, was stabbed to death on Friday while traveling through his constituency in Essex, east London. A suspect has been arrested.
British Conservative MP David Amess, 69, died on Friday after being stabbed multiple times during a parliamentary post he held at a church in his constituency in Leigh-on-Sea, east London, according to police and media. local.
On Twitter, local police announced the arrest of a man, specifying that they are not looking for “anyone else.”
A witness named Anthony described on LBC radio a large police deployment there.
“I saw someone being taken out of the building and into the back of a police car,” he said.
Political reactions came immediately, in a country marked by the 2016 mid-street murder of MEP Jo Cox a week before the Brexit referendum by a neo-Nazi sympathizer.
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