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Malthouse officially adopted as North West Hampshire MP





Kit Malthouse was officially adopted as MP for North West Hampshire in anticipation for the upcoming constituency boundary changes that could be happening later this year.

He was adopted as MP at a meeting of the North West Hampshire Conservative Association at the St Mary Bourne Village Club on Friday, February 24.

He said: “I was delighted to be adopted for the remodelled North West Hampshire constituency and I am very grateful to members of the association for their continuing support.

Kit (centre) at last month's meeting of the North West Hampshire Conservative Association
Kit (centre) at last month's meeting of the North West Hampshire Conservative Association

“While I am sad to be losing so many constituents south of Andover and Basingstoke, I am excited to get to know the areas joining NW Hants, between Pamber and Rooksdown north of Basingstoke.

“When the election comes, I hope I can once again convince this lovely area that I am the right person to champion its people, help protect its character and secure a bright future for all.”

Mr Malthouse has been the Conservative MP for North West Hampshire since 2015.

During this time, he served on Liz Truss’ cabinet as education secretary and under Boris Johnson as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.



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