On Monday 30 October Colonel Bob Stewart, British United Nations Battle Group Commander in Bosnia 1992-93, commemorated the armed services' entry into Bosnia on what was called OPERATION GRAPPLE 1 by hosting a dinner in the House of Commons.
On the afternoon of Wednesday 30 August Bob Stewart visited and opened the brand new premises of long established local company, Stevensons Heating Limited. The new offices are at 50 Glebe Way in West Wickham and look superb. Guided around by Managing Director, Andy Oliver, Bob was able to talk
On Friday 14 July Bob visited European Springs and Pressings at Elmers End. He met the directors and then toured the factory speaking to employees before ending by presenting certificates to four apprentices. The photograph shows him talking to apprentices.
Today is Armed Forces Day but I had attended the formal local ceremony held at Bromley's Civic Centre earlier in the week. However, because of my obvious connections to the Army, I was also invited on to Andrew Castle's LBC radio programme to review the papers; which I did from 7.30am this morni
Last night I appeared on BBC 2's Newsnight. I was quizzed on the proposed link-up between the Conservative Party and Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) of Northern Ireland. When asked why the DUP would want a deal I explained that the very last thing they wanted was to see Jeremy Corbyn in Number
MPs will be returning to Westminster today; I amongst them. Sadly, the Conservatives have lost their absolute majority, principally because of a disastrous election campaign. That is now in the past and now is time to get on with it.
Today was the last day of campaigning and inevitably hectic. I started the day with an hour at Beckenham Junction where I was joined by Councillor Michael Tickner as well as Matt Dickens (photo). Thereafter I visited Shortlands Station where I met up with Adolph Williams although others had jus