Bob asks for more social houses to be built during debate on rough sleeping

During a debate in Parliament on rough sleeping, Bob addressed the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government and stated that, to achieve the aim on ending rough sleeping for good, 90,000 social homes need to be built a year, rather than the Minister's current proposal of 10

Bob elected to the Conservative Party Board

Bob is delighted to have been elected to represent his fellow Conservative MPs on the Conservative Party Board. He recognises that there is a lot of important work ahead, and looks forward to tackling issues including finances, boundary changes and re-selection processes.

Bob re-elected as Chairman of the British Hindus APPG

Bob is very pleased to be re-elected as chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for British Hindus. He is looking forward to continuing the work that ensures the voices of all Hindus are heard in the House of Commons.

Bob elected as co-Chairman of the Indo-British APPG

Bob was delighted to have been elected as co-Chairman of the Indo-British All-Party Parliamentary Group in the House of Commons. He looks forward to continuing the development of the relationship between these two great nations.

Bob requests a parliamentary debate on pension funds

Bob asked the Leader of the House of Commons for a debate on pension funds, particularly in the local government sector. Evidence has emerged that in London alone there is a £17.98 billion deficit between the assets and liabilities, the concern is that this is unsustainable.

Bob requests a debate on the London Plan

During Parliament, Bob requested a debate on the London Plan, brought forward by Sadiq Khan. There are serious problems with the plan in relation to the green belt, parking issues, industrial land and density of housing, this would impact residents of London and the south-east.