Bob addresses the House of Commons

Bob makes his first address to the House of Commons since being re-elected in the 2019 General Election. In his speech he thanks the people of Harrow East for their continued support, promises to help deliver Brexit and sets out his plans to help end homelessness.

Bob urges the Foreign Office to freeze the IRGC's assets

During a debate on Iran, Bob urged the Foreign Secretary to send a strong signal to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, by freezing its assets and agreeing to only unfreeze them once they have restored normal diplomatic actions and behaviours across the world.

Bob raises the issue of local authorities frustrating the right to buy

During a debate in Parliament on Council Homes, Bob asked the Minister of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government whether the Department will stop local authorities from building council houses and then deliberately setting up housing companies to frustrate the right to buy.

Bob meets the Confederation of Indian Industry Young Indians

Bob welcomed the latest delegation of CII Young Indians to the House of Commons, along with Lord Dolar Popat. They discussed UK and India relations, including the opportunities for trade, education and enhanced security cooperation between the UK and India.

Bob fund raises with the Harrow Apollo Male Choir

Bob was pleased to join the Harrow Apollo Male Choir in Sainsburys in Stanmore, along with Councillor Marilyn Ashton. They helped to recruit singers and raise the much needed funds for Harrow Mencap.

Bob attends a debate on the Australian bushfires

During a debate on the Australian bushfires in the House of Commons, Bob asked the Foreign and Commonwealth Office what advice it is giving to travel companies and individuals traveling to Australia.

Bob questions the Shadow Minister for Exiting the European Union

During a debate on the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill, Bob asked the Shadow Minister for Exiting the European Union why the opposition are including the 15th June 2020 as one of their conditions that would force a vote in the House of Commons on applying for an extension.

Bob visits St Mary's Church

Bob was pleased to visit St Mary's Church in Kenton for a morning service and to watch the nativity play. Bob wishes to thank Father Lewis and all who attended for their warm welcome.