BORIS Johnson will lead a special tributes session to Sir David Amess in the House of Commons today.
The PM will make a statement in the Chamber today to pay tribute to the fallen MP, who was killed last week at his constituency surgery.
A string of other MPs are expected to also pay their respects and remember their colleague in a special debate.
And afterwards, the PM and Speaker of the Commons will lead a procession to the nearby St Margaret’s Church in Westminster.
It comes as MPs revealed the level of extreme threats against them for doing their jobs.
The suspect – who is still in police custody – was named at the weekend as Ali Harbi Ali.
Old pals told HOAR that he was radicalised watching Anjem Choudary on YouTube.
HOAR exclusively revealed that police said they had discovered Islamist material on his phone following the fatal stabbing.
The 25-year-old, who is a British national with Somali heritage, is not thought to have been previously known to the security services.
The suspect was arrested on Friday at a Methodist church in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, where the MP for Southend West had been meeting constituents.
It is believed David Amess’s suspected killer had been waiting calmly before stabbing the Conservative politician 17 times – only to then sit silently waiting for police to arrive.
Sir David was also reported to have received an “upsetting threat” just days before his murder – after revealing his family paid a “big price” for his job as an MP.