US Ambassador Goes Back to School

So pleased the US Ambassador accepted my invitation to MK. Greeted by Headteacher, Sue Carbert, Ambassador Matthew Barzun spoke to 100 students from Ousedale School. An engaging hour of discussions about US and UK world affairs ensued.

Books to Africa

Over 100,000 educational textbooks were shipped off from MK last Friday set for thousands of school children in The Republic of Liberia.

MK Job Show is Back!

The likes of Santander, MK University Hospital, Elite Hotels, Champneys and the Armed Forces are amongst those showcasing their recruitment opportunities at the MK Job Show at CMK shopping centre on 16th & 17th September.

Employment Figures Break Records

Both myself and Iain Stewart, MP for Milton Keynes South have welcomed the news that the number of people in work across the UK is at a record level, the rate of women in work is at the highest level since comparable records began and that according to today's figures there are 2.7 million more p

MOD Minister in MK

In my dual role as local MP and the Minister for Reserves at the MOD, it was an absolute pleasure to catch up with the 678 (The Rifles) Sqn Army Air Corps in Milton Keynes last month.

A bird's eye view of Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes open green spaces as you've never seen them before.

This marvellous footage underlines why its the place to come, live, work and play!

Stantonbury School Changes Status

I am delighted that the Government has agreed to enter a Funding Agreement that will allow Stantonbury Campus to convert into an academy as part of the Griffin Schools Trust.

MK Food Fest

As an advocate and supporter of small businesses, there's plenty to see what MK has on offer at the MK Food Fest on Saturday, 17th September.

Thank YOU!

Volunteers are priceless! Giving their time, offering their skills and knowledge for the local community is certainly worth recognising.

Makeshift Office In A Bus Shelter!

You never know who you might meet in a bus shelter!

My summer mobile surgeries are always three days well spent and this year was no exception. The first two stops just happened to be hostelries! The Chester Arms in Chicheley and the Old Swan in Astwood.