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To those constituents demanding a second referendum

June 27, 2016

It had long been my belief that the British people should be given the opportunity to determine our nation’s relationship with the EU in a referendum. Indeed I voted in defiance of a three line whip in October 2011 to that effect – after repeated promises by governments of all colours, this long-running sore needed

THE EMOTIONAL CASE FOR CONTINUED EU MEMBERSHIP

June 20, 2016

Amidst an increasingly rancorous campaign characterised by claim and counter-claim over economic, sovereignty and security considerations in this short essay I seek unashamedly to make the emotional case for...

TRAGIC EVENTS OF 16 JUNE

June 17, 2016

My deepest condolences go out to the family and friends of my parliamentary colleague, Jo Cox, who was so brutally murdered on the streets of her West Yorkshire constituency...

A NEW BROOM AT THE FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY?

June 16, 2016

Mark wrote the following piece for City AM. It was published in their June 16 edition which can be found online This Thursday evening Mansion House once again acts...

Brexiteers are selling a vision which is starry-eyed to the point of wanton irresponsibility

June 14, 2016

Mark wrote the following piece for Conservative Home which can be found online here. A huge paradox lies at the heart of the Leave campaign. For years, arch-Eurosceptics have...

It has war on its doorstep, economic woes, and no President to represent it. But here’s why I’m hopeful about Lebanon.

June 5, 2016

Building up economic resilience and developing infrastructure in poverty-stricken countries is the only sustainable justification for expenditure on overseas aid. It is also key to stabilising the migration crisis,...

The City could survive Brexit, but it would be badly damaged

May 21, 2016

Historically there have tended to be two potential models for a successful financial centre. The first, an onshore version, is based around the notion of a hub city servicing...

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