Speaking to the Leader of the House, Bob commented on the possibility of changing Harrow's three NHS walk-in centres to appointment only, and asked for a further debate on how to make the NHS more efficient.
Speaking to the House, Bob addressed a number of topics, ranging from voter ID and fraud, the redevelopment of the National Orthopaedic Hospital, the adult social care Green Paper, education funding and housing.
Bob asks the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if the Government is prepared to act if President Erdogan of Turkey starts to use refugees as a political tool against the UK and the EU.
Bob had the privilege of awarding Teacher of the Year to Brother Peter from Kenya at Kenton Jain Derasar. Brother Peter was awarded out of 10,000 applicants. The Institute of Jainology awarded him $1 million for education in Kenya also.
Bob congratulated the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, for his efforts at securing a deal with the EU to leave. Bob was impressed at the Prime Minister's willingness to take the UK out of the European Union by the 31st October, whilst attempting to bring people from all sides together.
Bob commends the Prime Minister for his ability in bringing together Members of Parliament from all parties who wish to leave the European Union, and the decision to hold a vote to test his negotiating strategy.
Speaking on behalf of the Backbench Business Committee to the Leader of the House, Bob addresses the dissolving of the committee after Parliamentary sessions, and asks for it to be re-elected quickly so it can continue its agenda.
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