Commemoration for the first British MP to die in WW1
The first British MP to die in World War I has been commemorated on the Commons order paper on the 100th anniversary of his death.
Capt Arthur O'Neill was elected as the Ulster Unionist Party MP for Mid-Antrim in 1910.
He was killed in action at Zillebeke Ridge in Flanders on 6 November 1914, aged 38.
Commons Speaker John Bercow paid tribute to him at the start of the day's sitting.
He said: "Captain O'Neill was the first member of this House to die in action in the First World War. Today we remember him."
Capt O'Neill died while fighting with the 2nd Life Guards regiment.
His younger brother Hugh, later Baron Rathcavan, succeeded him as MP for Mid-Antrim.