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Save the Porcupine Campaign
New Update....Bromley Council refuse to rubberstamp Porcupine demolition ...see sidebar for details
Update.....watch Bob Neill's Adjournment Debate via Democracy Live:Democracy Live - Adjournment Debate Tuesday 21st May
Watch the whole of last night's debate on the future of the Porcupine public house in Mottingham.
Read Bob's Statement on Lidl here: LiDL must learn from its current blunder in Mottingham
More news on the Save the Porcupine Campaign:
Bob Neill Backs EU Referendum Bill
Bob has pledged his support to the EU Referendum Bill to be introduced by fellow Conservative MP, James Wharton.
"I spoke to James within minutes of his winning the PMB ballot and offered him my full support".
“I also secured confirmation from Foreign Secretary William Hague that there will be a 3 line whip on Conservative MPs to support the Bill.
“Our relationship with the EU needs to change. We have moved too far beyond the free trade area that we originally signed up to and the burden of Brussels regulation on business is too great. The hostility of many in the EU to our financial services industry and the City of London is unacceptable.
“The Prime Minister is right to seek to renegotiate the basis of our membership and then give the British people a clear in/out vote on the outcome. Supporting this Bill will deliver that.
“I want those negotiations to succeed but, if we cannot get meaningful change, I would vote to leave rather than stay in on the current basis.”
A copy of the Draft EU Referendum Bill can be found below
Save the Porcupine!
Mottingham village icon under threat of demolition after purchase by cut-price supermarket chain.......see News sidebar for updates........
Update 14th May 2013 - Earlier today, over 200 local campaigners gathered outside the former Porcupine pub in Mottingham to express their anger at LiDL’s plan to demolish the building and replace it with a non-descript supermarket outlet.
Campaigners were joined by their local Member of Parliament, local Conservative Councillors, Brandon Lewis the Minister for Pubs, and the Chief Executive of CAMRA. See Sidebar for more.......