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Category: London 

  • March 28, 2017

    How Brexit could benefit the City and the EU

    Mark wrote the following article which appeared in today’s Daily Telegraph. Not long after the referendum, DExEU Ministers asked the City’s leading lights to set out on two sides of A4 what they most wanted from Brexit negotiations. I am told what followed was hour upon hour of pained debate as London’s masters of finance […]
  • March 24, 2017

    There is no cause for complacency – but we mustn’t be alarmist about the Westminster attack

    Mark wrote the following piece for this morning’s City AM in the aftermath of Wednesday’s attack in Westminster. He wishes to thank all those constituents who have written to express their condolences over the five innocent people who lost their lives, and solidarity with him and the team for the work they do in Westminster. […]
  • March 8, 2017

    Pakistan Tech Powerhouse Speech

    Mark was asked to speak at the UK Trade Partnership Conference on building strong bilateral links in the tech industry between the UK and Pakistan. You can find the content of his speech pasted below.   Thank you for inviting me to speak today and as a fanatical football fan may I first congratulate the […]
  • February 24, 2017

    London: City of eternal resilience

    Mark wrote the following article for today’s City AM. We have been here before. Seismic political or economic events strike like a tsunami; panic breaks out that London’s position as a leading world city is endangered. It happened in the aftermath of 2008’s financial crisis and it’s happening as Brexit looms. In 2009 the Economist […]
  • December 12, 2016

    Philanthropy in the City – My article from The House magazine

  • August 24, 2016

    Action on nuisance street gamblers – have your say

    Mark is pleased to share the news that, after years of lobbying about the impact of nuisance gamblers on the area, the local authority is taking action. Westminster City Council have announced that they intend to implement Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs)  in specific places where such anti-social behaviour persists.  PSPOs give the police and local […]
  • July 1, 2016

    Why I’m getting involved with the Youth Violence Commission

    Vicky Foxcroft, Labour MP for Lewisham Deptford, has set up a cross-party commission seeking to tackle youth violence. Below, Mark sets out why he’s signed up to be part of the team. To find out more about the Youth Violence Commission and its work visit: http://www.youthviolencecommission.org/ Youth and gang violence in my constituency, Cities of London and […]
  • May 5, 2016

    London – a global city whose future hangs in the balance

    Labour’s mayoral candidate declared this week that the capital was changing for the worse. This was a surprisingly glum view from someone aspiring to represent a cosmopolitan city that is the beating heart of the global economy, bursting with creative energy and life in all its forms. Yes, there are massive challenges for London to […]
  • December 18, 2015

    Time for radicalism to address London’s housing crisis?

    Mark wrote the following piece on housing for City AM. You can read the article on their site by clicking here. It is also pasted below: As MP for the most central London constituency since 2001, I cannot recall a time when housing issues have not dominated my postbag. No surprise, perhaps, when UK buyers […]
  • November 19, 2015

    Time for radicalism to address London’s housing crisis?

    As a central London MP for fourteen years, I cannot recall a time when housing issues have not dominated my postbag. No surprise, perhaps. I represent the heart of a vibrant and enthralling metropolis, where UK citizens compete for a limited supply of homes with a global citizenry who come to London to make or […]