The Meaningful Vote on 15 January 2019

Last week a vote in Parliament on the so-called Grieve amendment split the Commons but not on traditional Government/Opposition lines.  No, the split occurred between those who wanted to deliver what was promised in the Referendum and those that wanted to change that result.  Each House of Common

What does BREXIT mean to the EU?

Happy New Year to everyone who reads this.  I hope we have all had a good holiday, but may I now return to the burning issue of the day and I would like to look at BREXIT from a European angle.


I have received a huge numbers of e mails and letters arguing for both sides of the debate – a lot with anguish but also many with bitterness and vehemence that I have not encountered in politics before.  That worries me a lot.  Passions are greatly inflamed as a direct result of the 2016 Referen

St Paul's Copers Cope World War 1 Memorial

On Friday 30 November Bob Stewart visited St Paul’s in Copers Cope where the Rev Simon Couper showed him the First World War Memorial in the Church.

Survivors Speak Out - 10th Anniversary

Recently at Westminster, Bob attended the organisation 'Survivors Speak Out' 10th anniversary reception. The charity aims to help victims of torture, normally political refugees, get over their appalling experiences and help them settle in the United Kingdom.

Visit to Bishop Justus School

Earlier today, Friday 6 July, Bob visited Bishop Justus School on Bromley Common. There he first met with the Chief Executive of Aquinas Trust, Kathy Griffiths, who has been associated with the school since its foundation as a Church of England foundation in 2004.


Today (Saturday 16 June) Bob Stewart went to the annual Shortlands Station Fair.  At the fair he received his annual pasting in the stocks.  The attached photograph shows the Mayor of Bromley, Councillor Kim Botting, sorting him out!

Living with Arthritis

On Tuesday 20 March I attended a meeting about people living with arthritis. The event coincided with the launch of Arthritis Research UK’s new ‘Ask Us’ campaign, which encourages those living with arthritis to contact the charity and get their assistance.