Peter Kyle is a British Labour Party politician and former charity sector executive. He has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Hove since May 2015 and was re-elected in June 2017.
At Parliament Peter has been serving on the Business Innovation and Skills Select Committee. He was also Chair of the Further Education, and Co-Chair of the Southern Commuter Belt all-party group of MP’s. He has been working hard for everyone in the constituency to ensure fairness for all. He has prioritized job creation, investing in businesses, new housing and ensuring every young person has access to the best education our country can offer.
In November 2016 Peter Kyle joined the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Fourth Industrial Revolution (APPG 4IR) as Vice-Chair, alongside Alan Mak MP as Chairman. At the APPG 4IR launch event in March 2017 Peter said:
I am delighted that we are launching the APPG on the Fourth Industrial Revolution. We are living through a transformation in our economy that is unprecedented in its scope and pace, and this presents both exciting opportunities and serious challenges. I look forward to working with colleagues from across Parliament to raise awareness of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its potential impact on the future of work and employment, to ensure that we as a nation are able to take full advantage of the evolving economic environment.