Dating bosnian women
Mr Stewart, who led troops in Northern Ireland and Bosnia before becoming the MP for Beckenham, said: 'It goes worse than that, it goes to children.'All my four children have been hassled by other kids in their local schools because of the job of their father.'There is little that can be done about that because they are children and my kids are robust enough to withstand it.Bob Stewart was a war hero who led troops in Bosnia and Northern Ireland before he joined the House of Commons as an MP.Calling for particular concern to be made for vulnerable candidates, Ms Ford said the fellow Conservative - who stood in the east of England - was subjected to online abuse.This included a threat to 'shoot her then pull the teeth out of her jaw while she fades away', she said.Ms Vine said at times she wanted to put her children on a plane to Italy to get them away form the abuse 'Part of me wants to put them on a plane to go and live with my mother in Italy, but part of me thinks it will make them tougher.'Other MPs also revealed the abuse they and their colleagues received during the recent election campaign.A key ally of Jeremy Corbyn was today accused of supporting a 'vile' social media campaign against his Tory rival.She said: 'During the break in campaigning which we had suspended as a sign of respect during the Manchester attack, I was accused on social media by a known activist from an opposing party of ignoring that break and going out campaigning on one of those days.'It was in fact the day that I had been at my husband's funeral.'She said the abuse quickly spread online and more abuse was hurled at her through social media.
Newspaper columnist Sarah Vine pictured with her husband Michael Gove last year, has spoken out about the teasing their two children received in the playground when their dad was Education Secretary.
Bob Stewart, pictured in the northern Bosnian village of Maglaj, where he led peacekeeping troops during the war in the early 1990s.
Since becoming an MP he has earned a reputation for being an outspoken defender of the interests of veterans Speaking at a fundraising lunch in 2014, when Mr Gove was still Education Secretary, she said they were teased in the playground over their father.
'We are, however, taking this matter very seriously, as such behaviour would be wholly unacceptable and not tolerated by the school.
'We hope to meet with Mr Stewart very soon to discuss the matter so we can establish the facts and take action as appropriate.' But it is not the first time militant teachers have hurled abuse at Conservative politicians.
A war hero turned Conservative MP today revealed his teenage son's teacher stood up and told his classmates not to talk to him because his dad is a Tory.