I spent today, Monday 22nd January, in Brussels. The main reason for being there was to meet with Michel Barnier, the European Union's Chief BREXIT Negotiator. I went with five other MPs, all from the Northern Ireland Select Committee.
Today I visited the recently renovated ‘Slug and Lettuce’ in Beckenham High Street. It is accurately described as a small chain pub (its owners are the Stonegate Pub Company) and it now also boasts a small cocktail bar.
There is something badly wrong, indeed immoral, with the way some banks are dealing with small and medium sized businesses. On 18 January the appalling tactics of some of them were debated in the House of Commons.
Happy Christmas everyone that reads this post. In the spirit of Christmas may I relate a very generous act carried out by members of the Metropolitan Police and a local West Wickham based company called Onodi Car Sales?
On Sunday 17 December Bob Stewart was a guest on the London Edition of BBC 1's Sunday Politics Programme. He appeared alongside Labour's Croydon Central MP, Sarah Jones and they were interviewed by Jo Coburn.
Shortlands Christmas Trees is a small business started by friends William and Matthew in 2012. Positioned in the car park at Shortlands Station it is where Bob Stewart normally goes to get his family Christmas tree. On Saturday 16 December he did just that again.
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.
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