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Steven Bonnar MP

The Official Website for the Member of Parliament for Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill. 

See what Steven is doing for you and find your local constituency news, as well as what parliamentary work he is doing. You can also book a surgery appointment or get in touch here.

Steven Bonnar MP.

For the people!

Welcome to the official page of Steven Bonnar, Member of Parliament for Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill.

See what I am doing to improve services and lives for people who live in my constituency as well as how I have voted in parliament on your behalf as well as letting you know what's been happening in parliament as well as in your local area.

You can also find out more about me here on the site.

Here you can also look at the surgeries section to see when you can visit, or get my contract details to drop me an email and remember I'm here to help, so get in touch about anything that's important to you.

Have a look and see what's happening here now and if there's anything you want to add get in touch.

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About Steven Bonnar

Steven Bonnar is a working local man, born and raised in this constituency who got into politics purely to help improve the lives of local people. He has a strong track record of fighting for his constituents. Although Steven works in Westminster fighting to improve worker's rights, health and social care and improved services for all, as well as arguing the case for Scottish Independence, constituents will always be the top priority. Steven Bonnar and his team work for the people in this area, whether they voted for him or not and helping people in this constituency has always been and will always be the reason that Steven Bonnar works in public service.

Steven's lived experience includes working with various local and national organisations, where he has led successful campaigns and initiatives. He has also been instrumental in championing local causes to create opportunities for all. Steven is passionate about using his skills and expertise to make a positive difference in the lives of his constituents.

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My journey to be the elected representative you deserve.

"I was proud to be elected as the Member of Parliament for the Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill constituency in the General Election of December 2019. I am the current SNP Environment, Farming, Agriculture and Rural Affairs Spokesperson and sit on the EFRA Committee.

I've brought a variety of experience to this role. I was employed in the security industry by British Home Stores, John Lewis & Partners and Debenhams, both in Glasgow and Dublin. 

As a member of the SNP and a long term supporter of independence, I stood in the Viewpark and Tannochside by-election in 2015 and was elected as the local councillor, with a subsequent re-election in 2017. It was an honour to be representing the ward in which he grew up in and still reside.

My political interests include the protection of the greenbelt, fighting social injustice such as poverty and issues within the benefits system, and campaigning for the sovereignty of Scotland.

I'm a family man, spending my spare time with my mother and daughter, and I have a keen interest in football.

Working in London takes me away from my local area and I'm proud to admit I love my home area so I will still be up here regularly. Fancy a chat or a coffee about an issue that's important to you? Get in touch today and let's book something in."

Local Organisations

Steven Bonnar MP has had the privilege of working with various local and national organisations throughout his career. His collaborations have helped him gain valuable insights and expertise, which he brings to his work as a Member of Parliament. To find out more about some of the fantastic work going on in our area, click below on some of wonderful organisations he's had the pleasure of getting to know.

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Steven's Latest Blog Posts

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