serjeant at arms


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serjeant at arms

n
(Historical Terms) a variant spelling of sergeant at arms
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I got earbashings from the Commons Serjeant at Arms, kitted out like an upper-crust extra in Poldark.
In a highly unusual move a serjeant at arms was sent to the businessman's hotel and he was given a final warning and a two-hour deadline to comply with the order.
REUTERS/Eric Gaillard In another exceptional move, parliament sent a serjeant at arms to his hotel with a final warning and a two-hour deadline to comply with its order.
A spokesman for the UK Parliament confirmed that the AOHR event breached rules governing the videoing of events and will be investigated by the Serjeant at Arms, the office responsible for security on the parliamentary estate.
Last time they sent a Serjeant at Arms the Beast of Bolsover told him where to stick his sword.
He went on: "The Serjeant at Arms has concluded the investigation into this breach and has issued a reminder of the current rules; no further action will be taken."
"This was a breach of the filming rules for House of Commons Committee Rooms, and will be investigated by the Serjeant at Arms," a spokesman said.
"The Serjeant at Arms and Speaker's Counsel were present when the search was conducted.
Serjeant at Arms Lawrence Ward - who is responsible for security and keeping order there confirmed that the Independent MP was arrested after a disturbance and would be subject to an indefinite alcohol ban in parliamentary bars.
Serjeant at Arms Lawrence Ward, who is responsible for security and keeping order in the Commons, confirmed that the Independent MP would be subject to an indefinite alcohol ban in parliamentary bars following the recent brawl.
"I have been informed by the Serjeant at Arms that the honourable member for Falkirk has been detained in police custody.
Their refusal had prompted the committee to issue summonses - served by the House of Commons Deputy Serjeant at Arms - ordering them to appear.