LONDON–Work in Britain’s House of Commons paused on Monday as lawmakers gathered to pray and pay tribute to their colleague David Amess who was killed in a suspected terrorist attack.
Lawmakers, many dressed in black, held a minute of silence in the debating chamber before spending hours celebrating the life of the 69-year-old lawmaker who was stabbed to death on Friday while meeting with constituents.
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