House of Commons
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THE ELIZABETH TOWER: A DIAMOND JUBILEE TRIBUTE TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN
EDM #2915
Tabled 22 March 2012
2010-12 Session
<p>That this House expresses its profound gratitude to Her Majesty The Queen for her dedication to a life of public service; pays tribute to the energy, wisdom and grace with which she carries out her many public duties; welcomes the opportunities over the coming months that the nation will have to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee a landmark that, of the 41 monarchs who have reigned inEngland and the UK since William the Conqueror, only Her Majesty and Queen Victoria have reached; notes that thesouth tower of the Palace of Westminster was originally called The King's Tower; further notes that when the Palace of Westminster was rebuilt in 1860, it was renamed the Victoria Tower, to commemorate the long reign of Queen Victoria; proudly recalls Her Majesty's tribute to Parliament in her Address to both Houses as `an unshakeable cornerstone of our constitution and our way of life'; signals its desire to honour Her Majesty's commitment to democracy in Britain and the Commonwealth; and therefore calls on the House of Commons Commission to consider proposals to rename the Palace of Westminster'snorth tower holding the Big Ben clock the Elizabeth Tower, in recognition of Her Majesty's 60 years of unbroken public service on behalf of her country.</p>

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