In addition to Johnson and Patel, Labor leader Keir Starmer was also present to lay flowers at the scene of the disaster. Before they left, the politicians stood side by side for a moment of silence. Johnson said yesterday that he had lost a “good civil servant, dear friend and colleague” with Ames. Many politicians speak frankly about their fear of doing public duties at the moment, like Ames.
Governor Tobias Ellwood likes a temporary hiatus when it comes to public gatherings. “Until the Home Secretary has finished assessing our security, I recommend a temporary moratorium.” face to face He said on Twitter. Armed officers are constantly present in government offices in Westminster, London, but this is not the case during regional visits.
After Ames’ death, the flag flew at half mast at Prime Minister Johnson’s official residence at No. 10 Downing Street yesterday. British politicians reacted with displeasure. Starmer called the murder “appalling” and “appalling”. Justice Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said on Twitter that he was “sad” to lose Ames. “A formidable campaign manager with a big heart,” Raab wrote. “Rest in peace, my friend.”
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