Tobias Ellwood MP Should Be Honoured for His Bravery

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On 22/03/2017, a terror attack took place outside the Houses of Parliament where we saw three people lose their lives, one of them being PC Keith Palmer. 

The incident happened when an attacker in a car ploughed into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge at about 2:40pm on Wednesday, before crashing into the railing of the Houses of Parliament. He exited the car and charged towards parliament, fatally stabbing one Palmer at the gate. The attacker was then shot by police.

Foreign Office minister Tobias Ellwood attempted to resuscitate the police officer fatally attacked outside parliament and stemmed the blood from multiple stab wounds. Ellwood, a former soldier, was pictured kneeling over the policeman’s body lying outside the palace of Westminster as he gave mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and placed his hands over the chest wounds in an effort to save the officer’s life. Ellwood was surrounded by paramedics, police officers and doctors as he tried to treat the injuries, and remained with the victim until an air ambulance arrived. The officer was later confirmed dead.

I feel that Mr Ellwood deserves to be honoured for his brave and gallant efforts that day. He went out of his way to try and save a member of our emergency services by putting himself in harm's way.

Please sign the petition and let's get Tobias Ellwood rightfully recognised for his bravery and dedication to the people of Great Britain.