In Parliament

Alex Chalk was first elected as Cheltenham's MP in 2015 and was re-elected in 2017.

Alex is a member of the Justice Select Committee which scrutinises the work of the Government in this area. In addition to this, Alex is a Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Pro Bono and Public Legal Education; Vice-Chair of the APPG on Cycling; Vice-Chair of the APPG on Bees; Vice-Chair of the APPG for Ancient Woodland and Veteran Trees; Vice-Chair of the APPG for Town & City Centres; and a member of the APPG for Highways Maintenance.

Alex is currently Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to the Foreign Secretary.

You can read some of Alex's speeches and appearances in Parliament below. For a more comprehensive and up-to-date list of what Alex has raised in Parliament, please click HERE.

You can also find out more about what Alex has been doing in Parliament by recieving his Fortnightly Update.

 

Terror Attacks | Commons debates

At present, a person who pleads guilty to possessing a well-known extremist publication, which includes instructions for making home-made

Grenfell Tower | Commons debates

The families of the victims are entitled to the truth—not speculation or conjecture, but the truth, based on evidence—so my right hon.