The All-Party British-Maldives Parliamentary Group is an informal interest group consisting of Members of the House of Commons and House of Lords that seeks to ‘raise awareness of key issues in the Maldives including environmental problems, education, political issues and social problems’
The All-Party British-Maldives Parliamentary Group was established on the initiative of Labour MP Tom Cox on 10 March 1999. The group consists of 20 British MPs and Peers from all the major political parties. The Embassy meets with members of the group frequently to brief members on developments in Maldives, and discuss issues of importance to British-Maldives relations.
The group is currently chaired by David Amess, Conservative MP for Southend West.
Register of the All-Party British Maldives Parliamentary Group – British Parliament Website
Introduction to All-Party Groups – British Parliament Website