Conservative MP for Harrow East
With large numbers of Azerbaijani youth already travelling to the UK to study at top universities, and with international trade on the increase, a close partnership between the UK and Azerbaijan is important than ever
Bob Blackman MP writes on Theresa May's support for the Homelessness Reduction Act and his asks for the new administration.
Bob Blackman MP writes ahead of a rally in central London organised by Iranians in exile and supporters of the Iranian opposition coalition, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).
The Vagrancy Act is an archaic law that undermines the positive work being done by this government to help the homeless – it should be repealed immediately, says Bob Blackman
Conservative MP Bob Blackman writes about the Iranian people’s ongoing struggle for freedom and democracy following two major recent conferences in Warsaw and Munich.
Conservative MP Bob Blackman writes that the foreign policy establishment in the UK and throughout the world should be ready for collective action through punitive sanctions and through support for the Iranian dissidents who want to establish a free, democratic and non-nuclear Iran.
Shifting the balance towards prevention work will have a big impact on reducing homelessness. But it is only one part of the solution, writes Bob Blackman
Ahead of the Budget, Conservative MP Bob Blackman urges the Chancellor to take note of the Taylor Review recommendations on how best to support the self-employed.
We must commit to fund a National Rent Deposit Guarantee Scheme and a Help to Rent scheme, says Bob Blackman MP.
Conservative MP Bob Blackman writes that securing an international inquiry into the 1988 massacre of thousands of political prisoners will win over the Iranian people.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps 'unquestionably' fits the United States' criteria of a foreign terror organisation, argues Bob Blackman MP.
Ahead of the Homelessness Reduction Bill's final stages in the House of Commons, Bob Blackman MP calls for MPs to pass the first 'substantial change' in England's homelessness legislation in forty years.