Mark Reckless MP


Conservative MP for Rochester and Strood and member of the Home Affairs Select Committee (since 2010).


Asked about the regulation of CCTV.[1] He has also asked the Home Secretary about investigating and prosecuting breaches of the law regarding unauthorised wireless interception from Google following the Street View.[2]

Music and IP Issues

Mark Reckless is taking part in a Parliamentary live music competition Rock the House that invites under-18s, solo artists, bands and live music venues in the Rochester and Strood constituency to write and nominate themselves. The competition was founded by Mike Weatherley MP in support of the UK live music sector to raise the profile of intellectual property rights issues and counts rock legends Alice Cooper and Deep Purple’s Ian Gillan as Patrons. [3]

Prior Career



PPE at Oxford and MBA from Columbia. Converted to Law and has an LLB.


One of most rebellious Tory MPs.[4]

Contact Information

House of Commons, Westminster, London SW1A 0AA; and; 020 7219 7135.




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