Bob discusses China and Hong Kong

Bob spoke in Parliament in support of the Government's measures to offer assistance to the citizens of Hong Kong and noted threats China has made against other nations in its region.

Bob asks Government about asylum

Speaking during a debate on support for asylum seekers in Parliament, Bob noted that Britain is right to extend its hand to vulnerable people fleeing war torn areas, but that some would be dangerous to other asylum seekers and the British public.

Bob asks Government about school catch-up measures for children

Bob asked the Leader of the House, Jacob Rees-Mogg, what catch-up measures will be in place for children who have missed out on education since March, following statistics showing that 2.5 million children had either not received or not completed any work since schools closed.

Bob enquires about Universal Credit

Bob asked the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Will Quince if the Universal Credit system could be adapted to create automatic alerts when someone receiving Universal Credit experiences fluctuations in their income, and highlight the need to increase or decrease their

Bob enquires about abortion laws in Northern Ireland

Addressing the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Scotland, The Minister of State, Northern Ireland Office Robin Walker, Bob asked the Minister to confirm whether the Northern Ireland Assembly has the power to decide whether to keep, reform or revoke laws relating to abortion.

Bob enquires about Sunday trading laws

Bob asked the The Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Alok Sharma, not to disrupt the delicate balance of Sunday trading laws, which help to maintain a compromise between smaller and larger shops.