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Iain Stewart MP

Iain Stewart


I'm Iain Stewart, the Member of Parliament for Milton Keynes South. I was elected for the first time on 6th May 2010.

I am grateful to the voters in Milton Keynes South for their support and faith in me and I am deeply honoured to be entrusted with the responsibility of representing them and this great new city in Westminster.

We have tough decisions to make and much hard work to do to put the country back on its feet but I give you my pledge that I will do all I can to improve the long-term condition of Milton Keynes and Britain as a whole. 

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Visit to Volkswagen Group UK
Wednesday, 19 February 2014 11:53

Volkswagen Group UK welcomed city MP Iain Stewart to meet staff and apprentices at its National Learning Centre in Milton Keynes. After the visit Iain commented, “I am extremely impressed with the work that is going at the Learning Centre. The  Volkswagen Group is delivering a very important and successful apprenticeship scheme.” 

The Volkswagen Group’s National Learning Centre has been based in Milton Keynes since 2005. It is Volkswagen Group’s central learning hub for the whole of the UK.  Every year they train over 740 apprentices from the Group’s retail networks and in addition offer professional training for staff across the country. 

Iain Stewart was taken on a tour and introduced to apprentices who explained what the Volkswagen Group’s Advanced Apprenticeship Programme entails. Iain said, “The structure of this apprenticeship is extremely impressive. I was very pleased to hear that on average 90% pass the program with 89% being offered employment on completion.”  

Iain added, “For a long time young people have been told it is University or bust. But I believe that is not the right path for everyone. Apprenticeships, such as the one run by the Volkswagen Group and its brands, offer a fantastic start to a career and I hope over the coming years we see more emphasis on the importance of apprenticeships and other vocational qualifications.”  

Iain was also treated to a test drive in the new Volkswagen e-up!. The e-up! is Volkswagen’s first all-electric car. Iain noted, “It is a great model, very smooth and quiet to drive. No doubt the apprentices will be working more and more on models like this in the future.”  

David Sterling, Head of Learning Services at the National Learning Centre said, “It was great to have Iain along. I am proud of what we are doing here, every year we train over 20,000 members of our retail group including apprentices. I am glad to see the staff and the apprentices getting the recognition they deserve.”

MP commends quality of services in local Priory hospital
Monday, 20 January 2014 11:04

Milton Keynes South MP, Iain Stewart, has praised the standard of care available to mental health patients at Chadwick Lodge hospital.

During a visit to the local Priory run site in Eaglestone, Mr Stewart was joined by senior representatives from Priory and hospital staff from Chadwick Lodge. He met with a number of the patients who are treated at the site and had the opportunity to experience firsthand the specialist mental health services provided.

Chadwick Lodge delivers services for a range of mental health conditions, including patients with personality disorders and those with a history of serious offending. It employs over 190 staff from a range of specialities including forensic psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, occupational therapists, social workers as well as admin and support services staff.

Commenting on his visit, Mr Stewart said, “I have welcomed the chance to see for myself the specialist care available to patients at Chadwick Lodge. It is clear from meeting with residents and staff here that Malcolm and his team are focused on providing the best possible care and support, and they should be commended for the excellence of their services.”

Chadwick Lodge’s Hospital Director, Malcolm Campbell, added, “Everybody at Chadwick Lodge is focused on working together to deliver high quality care to all our services users. I am delighted that Mr Stewart has been able to visit us and see first-hand the work we do to help those people with challenging mental health issues and to support and prepare them for life outside of hospital.”



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