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Mark Pledges Support for Dogs Trust

Mark Prisk pledged his support for Dogs Trust's anti puppy smuggling campaign in light of revelations presented by the charity's investigations.

He told social media followers:

Cash Boost for Local Police

Having campaigned vigorously for greater funding for our police, I'm delighted that the Home Secretary has announced additional funding in the region of £16 million for our Hertfordshire constabulary.

Confidence in Theresa May

Mark Prisk MP backed Theresa May in the confidence vote that took place on 11 December 2018.

 

Mark told the press and social media:

 

Second EU Referendum debate

Mark Prisk MP asked Justine Greening about her views on a second EU referendum in the House of Commons - specifically about the claim that it will heal divisions within our society.

You can watch the video of the exchange by clicking HERE

Mark Opposes Quarry Appeal

Mark Prisk MP wrote to the Housing Secretary James Brokenshire to object to the appeal over Bengeo Quarry, and encouraged him to do the same.

Mark Launches Instagram Photo Competition

Mark Prisk MP has launched his inaugural local photo competition on Instagram.

Here's how to enter:

 

1. FOLLOW @MARK.PRISK ON INSTAGRAM

2. UPLOAD A PHOTO OF THE CONSTITUENCY IN WINTER

3.USE THE HASHTAG #MPWINTER18

 

A New Hospital in East Herts?

Mark Prisk MP wrote to the Secretary of State for Health regarding upgraded NHS services in the local area. Here is the content of the letter:

 

Mark's Statement on the Draft Brexit Agreement

I have now read the Withdrawal Agreement and the other documents concerning our future relationship with the EU. Whilst there are flaws in the Withdrawal Agreement, I believe that it offers the best way forward.

Mark Prisk MP celebrates UK Parliament Week

Mark Prisk MP teamed up with LEGO in the House of Commons to raise awareness about UK Parliament Week.

UK Parliament Week is an annual festival that engages people from across the UK with Parliament, explores what it means to them and empowers them to get involved.

Queen's Commonwealth Canopy

Mark Prisk MP has expressed his delight at having involved the local community in The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy. In Early November Mark was joined by Bishop’s Stortford’s Mayor, councillors, and volunteers at the Southern Country Park to plant five saplings as part of the initiative.