Mark Makes His Maiden SpeechDecember 16, 2009
Mark makes his very first speech in the House of Commons on 27 June 2001. Behind him sits David Cameron at a time when he was a newly-elected backbench MP.
Mark Speaks at the Global Policy InstituteDecember 7, 2009
Mark attended the launch of the Global Policy Institute’s new publication, ‘Reforming the City’, to which he contributed. He spoke at the event on the challenges ahead for the City, particularly if there was a hung parliament after the General Election. 3 December 2009.
Mark Defends Home EducatorsDecember 2, 2009
Mark highlighted the serious concerns of home educators with regard to the recommendations of the Badman Review in a Westminster Hall debate he tabled on 9 June 2009.
Mark Raises the Problem of Government DebtDecember 1, 2009
In a Westminster Hall debate he tabled on 20 February 2007, Mark highlighted the problem of off-balance-sheet financing of the government’s PFI projects in a speech to the then Treasury Minister, Ed Balls MP.
Mark Debates Maternity ServicesNovember 26, 2009
Mark raised constituents’ concerns about the quality of London’s maternity services in a Westminster Hall debate. 30 January 2008.