As the Parliament elected in 2015 nears its early end, a number of MPs have indicated that they will not be seeking re-election. Among them was Labour MP and high-profile EU Leave campaigner Gisela Stuart. In her parting words, she said the next government had to "implement the will of the people" following the EU vote and joked: "I will miss the House more than the House will miss me." During the final business statement of the current Parliament, Leader of the House David Lidington paid tribute to all MPs who are standing down at the general election. Shadow Commons leader Valerie Vaz paid tribute to the people who lost their lives in the Westminster terrorist attack on 22 March and to "our beloved colleague Jo Cox", who was murdered last year. "She should be fighting this election," Ms Vaz said. The Speaker, John Bercow, said a memorial to Jo Cox in the House of Commons, which was to have been unveiled on 20 May, would receive commemoration at a later date to\navoid clashing with the general election.