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Sir David Amess funeral: Pope pays tribute to ‘devoted’ MP

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Sir David Amess funeral: Pope pays tribute to ‘devoted’ MP

Sir David Amess funeral: Pope pays tribute to ‘devoted’ MP

Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer were among guests at a requiem mass for Sir David Amess.

The service at Westminster Cathedral featured a message written by Pope Francis.

Report by Burnsla.

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