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David CAMPBELL BANNERMAN

Date of birth: 28 May 1960, Bombay (India)

European Conservatives and Reformists Group

United Kingdom

Chair

  • Delegation for relations with Iraq

Member

  • Conference of Delegation Chairs
  • Committee on International Trade
  • Delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly

Substitute

  • Subcommittee on Security and Defence

Accredited assistants

  • ROBINSON, Matthew

Local assistants

  • KUDE, Charlotte
  • NORTON, William
  • WILLIAMS, Rikki

Service providers

  • NIALL STEWART PRODUCTIONS LIMITED

Paying agents

  • STEPHENSON SMART

EP Newshub

David CAMPBELL BANNERMAN

  • David Campbell Bannerman: 2019-01-21T12:10:42.000+0000 (status)

    RT @BrexitHome: Actually, May's deal would be worse than no Brexit. A clean break is the cleanest solution, says Daniel Jackson https://t.co/QJrFHQaJyX

    21/01/2019 13:10 - twitter

  • David Campbell Bannerman: 2019-01-21T12:10:08.000+0000 (status)

    RT @allisonpearson: @BBCNewsPR @bbcquestiontime The point @IsabelOakeshott was making is that, given the mayhem, Labour should be miles ahead. Instead, they struggle to keep neck and neck and, in the latest poll, the Tories were an astounding six points ahead. After one of their worst weeks ever.

    21/01/2019 13:10 - twitter

  • David Campbell Bannerman: 2019-01-21T12:09:56.000+0000 (status)

    RT @LBC: Nigel Farage: "I want to make it really clear to all those people in Westminster, that if they think they can betray Brexit and get away with it scott-free, they can't." @Nigel_Farage | #Brexit https://t.co/anwgDfMrQP

    21/01/2019 13:09 - twitter

  • David Campbell Bannerman: 2019-01-21T11:52:26.000+0000 (status)

    RT @BrexitStewart: Surely the Brexit wreckers won't pursue their obession to the point of ripping up our constitutional settlement and dragging the Queen into their shabby plot? Really? https://t.co/5LRYQ0oJCH

    21/01/2019 12:52 - twitter

  • David Campbell Bannerman: 2019-01-21T11:51:45.000+0000 (status)

    RT @ParlyApp: “Providing advice to MPs is a key part of the job of Clerks. MPs from all parties and with a range of views will regularly approach the Clerks to get advice on how to get their view into a motion or amendment, or how to draft a Private Member’s Bill on a particular topic.”

    21/01/2019 12:51 - twitter