The United States and Great Britain are two countries divided by a common language.
Sorry for your difficulties. Mine have been trivial compared to those face by all of you in Britain. Glad it was safe, otherwise.
Actually I had to read your original post repeatedly to see where “bond, jbond” even got disk brakes. When you stated that you had drums but were not sure how to remove the “bolts” disk brake wheel pad” the image of the broken studs in the hub was so clear I missed the ‘disk brake’ reference. The “bolts” are studs and the “disk” is part of the hub. Terminology aside, a press at an automotive machine shop should be able to help. They can press out the old and press in the new. Replacement studs should be simple to obtain via the Internet. If you were in the US, you could walk into just about any auto supply shop and order them, if they didn’t have them in stock. It does help that you could show the clerk the part.
Hope this helps. We face much of the same difference here in the states with the Yankee, Rebel thing. We really have more than two major dialects here. And, I was almost able to get this post out without “A stud by any other name smells as sweet.”
With greatest apologies to WS.
Put up photos. Always glad to see AS photos from the mother country.