Havant MP one of the most active Tories since 2015 general election new figures show

Havant MP Alan Mak
Havant MP Alan Mak
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Havant MP Alan Mak MP is one of the top 20 ‘most active’ of the 74 new Conservative MPs in the House of Commons, according to new research.

Figures by national newspaper The Independent reveal Mr Mak has given 113 speeches and asked two questions in parliament since being elected in 2015, making him the 19th most active of the new 2015 Tory cohort.

Mr Mak said: ‘I’ve worked hard locally and in Westminster since being elected by residents.

‘It’s a real privilege to speak up for the Havant constituency in parliament.

‘I’m determined to take every opportunity to represent residents in the chamber.’ Cllr Mike Fairhurst, chairman of Havant Conservative 
Association, said of Mr Mak: ‘We’re very pleased to have such a hard-working, effective MP representing Havant in the House of Commons.’