Transcript for British PM David Cameron Pays Tribute to Slain Lawmaker
I first met. Genuine doppler in 2006. Met. She was doing what she was brilliant which was looking often saving the lives of vulnerable refugees and here we are today commemorating her life that spindles. Of course the most profound thing that's happened is that two children across that a mother husband has lost a loving wife. And of course parliament has lost one of its most passionate and brilliant campaign is someone who pits allies the fact the politics is about serving others. Today our nation is rightly shocked and I think it is a moment to. Stand back and think about some of the things that is so important about our country. The fact that we should Tricia and value our democracy. Wet members of parliament. In the public accountable to the public available to the public and that's and I did die she died doing that jolt. I think the second thing. Is that we should recognize. Politics is about public service people who go into public life they want to act. In the national interest of this year the national interest to do things other people to make the country make the world a better place. Politicians disagree with each other we often disregard. What politicians say in the district on each other and the rest at the end of the day that's what. It is a bright and that is what Joseph showed it is all about. But perhaps most simple rule. We should value NC as precious. The democracy that we have all these islands with 65 million of us live together and work together and get on together. We do have peace we do have stability that we do have. A measure of of economic well being better than other countries obviously still to be spread marble white. And it's all underpinned. By tolerance. So where we see hatred when we find division. When we see intolerance we was driving at about politics involved public life and I developed communities. And if we truly want to all reject. Then what we should do is recognize that values. Service community tolerance. The value she lived by and would apply those of the values that we need to redouble. In our national life in the months. And in the years to come.
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