|Member of Parliament
6 May 2010
|Preceded by||Barbara Follett|
9 August 1976 |
Liverpool, Lancashire, England
McPartland’s political interests include: health care - with a particular focus on cancer treatment and respiratory diseases, education, science and technology including satellite technology, international trade, policing, addiction treatment, urban regeneration, and government procurement of IT projects.
McPartland represents his interests in Parliament through his involvement as a member of:
- 2011 Education Bill Committee and participated in all stages of the Bill’s passage through Parliament
- All Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs), including:
- Chairman, Furniture Industry APPG,
- Chairman, Respiratory Health APPG,
- Vice-Chairman, Parliamentary Space Committee,
- Chairman, Child and Youth Crime APPG,
- Treasurer, Pneumonia APPG and
- Chairman, Literacy APPG.
McPartland is a Trustee of The Living Room Charity, which offers a wide range of free addiction treatment services and a Patron of the Turn the Tide Charity. Both are locally-based charity organisations founded in Stevenage. McPartland is also a Patron of Trailblazers, a national charity that reduces re-offending among young people through providing volunteer mentors.
- Official website
- Voting record at Public Whip
- Record in Parliament at TheyWorkForYou
- Profile at BBC News Democracy Live
|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
|Member of Parliament for Stevenage