Re-elected MP for Harrow East, Bob Blackman, spent his first month back in the House of Commons speaking about matters close to his heart.
Mr Blackman MP, who won the Harrow East seat with a 54.4 per cent majority, has spent the early weeks of his fourth tenure expressing his views on a post-Brexit free trade deal, the wildfires plaguing Australia and, most recently, the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and other concentration camps.
The popular politician, who uniquely took the parliamentary oath in December holding the King James Bible and the Gita, urged fellow MP’s to sign the Book of Commitment in the House of Commons on Monday, January 13.
He said the following day: “on the 75th Anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and other concentration camps, I highlighted the salient work that the Holocaust Educational Trust (UK) are committed to, by enabling survivors to educate young people about the horrors of anti-Semitism and where it leads to.
“I also recommended everyone to sign the Book of Commitment in the House of Commons so we can eradicate anti-Semitism and racism wherever it rears its ugly head.”
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