Meet Me At McDonald's For A Drop-In Session

I'm delighted to be visiting the McDonald's restaurant at the Xscape in Milton Keynes on Monday 16 September for the latest in its series of drop in sessions for constituents. 

Wages Growing Fast And Unemployment Falls

I'm really pleased by the latest positive news from the Office For National Statistics with wages rising fast, more people in work than ever before and unemployment down again.

MK To Receive Up To £25m From Towns Fund

Milton Keynes is set to receive a share of up to £25 million from the Government's Towns Fund which will be invested in local services and infrastructure.

The fund is supporting towns to build prosperous futures and equal out areas of deprivation.

Mark Welcomes Spending Round For 2020-21

Mark Lancaster, the MP for Milton Keynes, has welcomed today’s Spending Round announcement for 2020-21 which shows the fastest increase in day to day spending in 15 years.

Mark Backs #WearItPink Breast Cancer Campaign

I'm proud to be backing Breast Cancer Now's #WearItPink campaign which helps fund vital research and support.

It was good to be able to meet the charity and the people they support in Westminster on Wednesday to hear all about their excellent work to help beat cancer.

£14 Billion Funding To Boost MK Schools

The Prime Minister has announced that we are boosting schools with a record £14 billion, levelling up per pupil funding across the country so every child in Milton Keynes has a world class education.

Statement On The Suspension Of Parliament

Firstly, I would like to clarify that the Prime Minister has been clear that the upmost priority and preferred exit is to leave with a deal, which I wholeheartedly back. I have voted in favour of the Withdrawal Agreement three times.

Book A Stand At The MK Big Chat

Iain Stewart MP and myself are inviting local businesses to book a stall at our MK Big Chat event in October.

Both of us recognise the significant number of businesses, charitie and organisations who have established strong working relationships over Milton Keynes' 52-year history.