Taylor timms dating
He won a remarkable 70.4 per cent of the vote and his 27,826 majority is the largest in the new House of Commons.He describes himself as a Christian Socialist and is Labour's vice-chairman for faith groups.Police have seized CCTV footage which shows the moment Timms collapses in shock after the stabbing.The film shows the MP surrounded by around 15 aides and eye witnesses as he looks down at the wounds in his stomach.Mr Bazeley is seen wrestling a woman and taking a knife out of her hands.Unmesh Desai, Mr Timms' election aide and a local councillor, said: 'Thank God Andrew had the presence of mind to get the knife. 'He's a young guy and a very slim guy but he had the presence of mind to take the knife away.The former engineer was found guilty of manslaughter and attempted murder.
Stephen Timms was stabbed twice in the stomach as he held a surgery for constituents on Friday afternoon.
It's awful to think what could have happened if he hadn't been so brave.' Mr Timms, 54, had to have surgery last night and is still in hospital today but is recovering well.
Witnesses to the stabbing screamed in terror as they saw the stabbing.
I think she was a Muslim.'She wasn't saying anything. The security guard came in and disarmed her and held her until the police arrived.'He was definitely stabbed with a knife. My understanding is that he didn't recognise her at all.' Sir Robin added: 'Why do you stab somebody? I can't imagine any other reason and if any other reason is given, it is still for me a mad thing to do.' He dismissed suggestions that MPs should scale back their surgery work in response to the incident. 'If you cut yourself off from your constituency and your voters, what are you there for?
You go in to see somebody who is trying to help people and you stab him. ' Sir Robin, who has known Mr Timms for more than 20 years, said he spoke to the MP last night, adding: 'I think he was handling it very well.'Acting Labour leader Harriet Harman expressed her concern saying: 'One of the great strengths of the British political system is the every day accessibility of MPs to their constituents but we can't have a situation where MPs are at risk.'Shahid Mursaleen, spokesman for the Newham-based moderate Muslim organisation Minhaj-ul-Quran UK, said: 'We are shocked and saddened to hear that Stephen Timms MP has been stabbed.'Mr Timms has always been close to his constituency and a friend of Muslims living in east London.