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Mark Honoured To Sign Armed Forces Covenant At MK Dons

Mark Lancaster, the MP for Milton Keynes North, was honoured to sign the Armed Forces Covenant at MK Dons on Saturday (06/04).

Mark, who is also Minister of State for the Armed Forces, signed the Covenant alongside MK Dons chairman Pete Winkelman prior to kick-off.

Working To Protect The Environment

Protecting the environment is something the people of Milton Keynes have highlighted as a priority, and there’s plenty going on in the city and Britain which we can be proud of, but there’s still lots to do.

A Brexit Update

I have previously outlined my approach to Brexit here. Namely, my approach has been to respect the clear wish of the majority of my constituents who voted to leave the EU in the referendum and to honour the subsequent manifesto that I was elected on in the 2017 General Election.

Back to School with Baroness Evans

Baroness Evans, the Leader of the House of Lords and Lord Privy Seal, took time out to visit St Paul’s Catholic School in Leadenhall.

The Baroness, after a tour of the school, took questions from sixth-form politics students and members of MK Youth Cabinet.

A Brief Update On Brexit

This week, I voted for the Withdrawal Agreement as I saw it as the surest way to guarantee we leave the European Union.

I voted against taking no deal off the table as I believe it is still our biggest bargaining chip.

My Brexit Vote

Yesterday I voted in favour of the Prime Minister’s Withdrawal Agreement for the second time. I have explained my reasoning for last night’s vote here. In short, I believed it was the surest way to guarantee we left the European Union.

Walk in the Woods

We are very fortunate in MK to be surrounded by a wealth of green spaces and with that comes an array of wildlife.  The work of the Wildlife Trust in my constituency is vitally important and I was delighted to accept an invitation to meet with CEO Estelle Bailey at Little Linford Wood.

Tonight's Brexit Vote

This week is undoubtedly one of the most important in Parliament for many years, and my vote tonight is not a decision I have taken lightly.