The senior whip asks: who can best reunify our parliamentary party and our voters?
Two roses marked her customary seat on the green benches as Members from all sides remembered their colleague.
They worked together to found the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Syria, and he writes of his “fearless friend” in today’s Daily Telegraph.
As debate swirls about increasingly negative attitudes to our representatives, people have taken to Twitter to show their appreciation.
“She was an exemplary MP, a real servant of democracy in every way one could want or imagine. What’s happened is beyond appalling.”
“We’ve lost a great star. She was a great campaigning MP, with huge compassion and a big heart, and people are going to be very, very sad at what has happened.”
Labour, Osborne’s supposed allies in the EU referendum battle, have said that they wouldn’t support it, either.
The Vauxhall MP reports that core Labour voters are swinging to support leaving the EU.
Meanwhile, Leave campaigners are pitching targeted messages to voters from a non-EU background.
While the tally of Leave MPs has risen sharply since the draft renegotiation was presented, the debate didn’t reflect the increase.
Cheryl Gillan, Sir Edward Leigh and Chris Chope will all be removed from the Parliamentary delegation today.
The palaver over MPs’ pay is a consequence of our collective unwillingness to decide what they are and what they should do.
To many Parliamentarians, rejection by those to whom they have committed themselves has the force of marriage breakdown.
For the first time ever, the race to increase ethnic minority representation is neck-and-neck between the two main parties.