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.

Freedom to Practice Religion Debate on 1 March 2018

I want to make a slight change from the way other people have spoken. I want to talk about what I have seen as a witness to religious-inspired genocide, particularly between Bosnian Croats, who are Catholics, and Bosnian Muslims, sometimes called Bosniaks.

Towards Free Hospital Car Parking

I am a co-sponsor of the Bill to abolish hospital car parking charges which was led by Robert Halfon, Tory MP for Harlow. The debate on this matter took place yesterday (1st February) and, of course, I spoke in the debate.

Lieutenant Commander Geoffrey Saxton White VC

Today I was honoured to be present at the dedication of a plaque to the memory of Lieutenant Commander Geoffrey Saxton White who died when commanding His Majesty's Submarine 'E 14' in the Dardanelles on 28th January 2018. Posthumously he was awarded the Victoria Cross.

Remembering the Holocausts

Yesterday I signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment at Westminster.