Amid all the sound and fury about Syria and anti-semitism this week I led a debate in Parliament about cyberbullying of young people. It might sound like a niche issue, but over the last two years I have learnt from speaking to teenagers in Cheltenham’s schools that it is hugely important.
Cheltenham MP Alex Chalk will lead a high profile debate in Parliament on cyberbullying on Monday 16th April. The debate builds on the findings of his cross-party Parliamentary Inquiry into the impact of cyberbullying on children and young people’s mental health. The Inquiry took evidence from
Alex Chalk MP has welcomed the Government’s decision to give drivers new legal protections from rogue private parking operators. The announcement was made in a statement following questions in Parliament.
Anti-stalking champion Alex Chalk is supporting a new national campaign to fight the scourge of stalkers. After a long fight on behalf of a Cheltenham GP who suffered a dreadful stalking ordeal, last year Alex Chalk forced through a change in the law.