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Ben Everitt and Iain Stewart, the Members of Parliament for Milton Keynes North and South respectively, are taking part in the first ever “virtual” English Tourism Week to show their support for the industry and highlight its importance to the local economy.
Milton Keynes’ MPs, Iain Stewart and Ben Everitt are calling on constituents from the local British-Chinese community to put themselves forward for a new award designed to recognise their achievements and contributions to national life.
Iain Stewart MP has joined Ben Everitt MP in his launch of the #ShareYourRainbows campaign. The campaign’s aim is to encourage people across Milton Keynes to send in their rainbows they have been creating to keep spirits up during the coronavirus lockdown.
Iain Stewart MP and Ben Everitt MP have welcomed the announcement that the Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will benefit from a £130,852,000 debt write-off as part of the government’s announcement to scrap £13.4 billion of NHS debt across England.
Milton Keynes South MP, Iain Stewart, and presenter and Strictly Come Dancing contestant, Anneka Rice, have joined forces this March to help Marie Curie provide care and support to more people living with a terminal illness.
In Westminster, Iain Stewart MP heard about the work being done by Western Power Distribution (WPD) to prepare the UK energy network for the electric vehicle revolution. WPD is the electricity network operator for the Midlands, South West and South Wales.