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North west London MPs react to the Queen’s death

North west London MPs shared their thoughts on the Queen’s death and offered messages of support and condolences to the Royal Family.

Tulip Siddiq, Labour MP for Hampstead and Kilburn, tweeted:

Jeremy Corbyn, Labour MP for Islington North, offered his condolences and reminisced on his visits with the Queen:

Hendon’s Conservative MP, Matthew Offord, shared a short tribute to the Queen and everything she has accomplished in her reign: “I am greatly saddened at the death of Her Majesty The Queen.

For over 70 years she has guided our country with a level of service that has been exemplary.”

Rupa Huq, Labour MP for Ealing and Acton, tweeted: “With period of national mourning underway, the passing of the Queen has saddened us all. But we must also celebrate her extraordinary, inspirational life. “End of an era” cannot sum up her 70 year reign and 96 year life of service. God save the King.”

She also shared a memory of the Queen’s impact in Ealing and a video celebrating her reign:

Enfields’s Labour MP, Feryal Clark, paid homage to the strength of the Queen’s character: “we have not just lost a monarch, but the matriarch of our nation.”

Barry Gardiner, Labour MP for Brent North, spoke of the example she set of duty and service:

Labour MP, Kate Osamour, offered her sympathies to the Queen’s family:

John McDonnell, Labour MP for Hayes and Harlington, offered his sympathies to the Queen’s family:

David Simmonds, Conservative MP for Northwood, Ruislip and Pinner, paid his respects to the Queen, tweeting from a Parliamentary meeting:

Haringey Labour MP, David Lammy, honoured Her Majesty in his tweet:

Catherine West, Labour MP for Hornsey and Wood Green shared a photo of her signing the book of condolences for the Queen:

Featured image: Official portrait by Chris McAndrew under CC BY 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons

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