Ian Stewart

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Person.png Ian Stewart  Rdf-icon.png
(politician)
Born 1950-08-28
Blantyre, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Nationality British
Alma mater Manchester Metropolitan University
Spouse Merilyn Holding
Party Labour

Employment.png Mayor of Salford

In office
4 May 2012 - Present

Employment.png Member of Parliament for Eccles

In office
2 May 1997 - 12 April 2010

Ian Stewart was a Member of Parliament (MP) for the British Labour Party. He represented the constituency for Eccles. He was elected to parliament in the May 1997 General Election with a majority of 12,886 votes.[1]

Stewart did not stand for re-election in the 2010 election and left Parliament on 12 April 2010.[2]

All-Party Parliamentary Groups

As at March 2010 Stewart sat on the following All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs):[3]



References

  1. Work For You, They Work For You website, accessed 23 March 2010
  2. Ian Stewart, former MP, Eccles, They Work For You website, accessed 27 May 2010
  3. Register of All-Party Groups, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  4. All-Party Parliamentary Group on Autism, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 22 March 2010
  5. All-Party Parliamentary Friends of the Bahá'í Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  6. Group on Boxing, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  7. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Preventing Bullying and Workplace Violence, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  8. All-Party Parliamentary Community Media Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  9. All-Party Parliamentary Group on Digital TV Switchover, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  10. Parliamentary Group for Energy Studies (an Associate Parliamentary Group), Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 22 March 2010
  11. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Justice for Equitable Life Policy Holders, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  12. Associate Parliamentary Food and Health Forum (an Associate Parliamentary Group), Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  13. All-Party Parliamentary Football Club Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  14. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Funerals and Bereavement, Register of All-Party Groups (As 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  15. Parliamentary Information Technology Committee (an Associate Parliamentary Group), Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  16. All-Party Parliamentary Friends of Islam Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  17. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Paediatric Mobility, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  18. All-Party Parliamentary Group on Poverty, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  19. All-Party Parliamentary Print Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  20. Group on Private Security, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  21. Royal Marines All-Party Parliamentary Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  22. All-Party Parliamentary Ship Building and Ship Repair Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010
  23. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Vaccine Damaged People, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 23 March 2010