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  • March 27, 2008

    Bear Stearns Is A Lesson To Us All

    The Bear Stearns’ takeover by JP Morgan shows what can be achieved if there are banking authorities able to operate with the fleetness of foot necessary in today’s world of instant communications in global financial services. The comparisons between the quick fire takeover last week of the US investment bank, Bear Stearns, in the US […]
  • March 26, 2008

    Mark Meets Peabody Trust Chief Executive

    Mark met Stephen Howlett, Chief Executive of the Peabody Trust, this morning to raise the concerns of local Peabody residents and learn about Peabody’s plans for its Westminster properties. Mark and his team discussed individual constituents’ cases with Mr Howlett to ensure swift action was taken on problems that had occurred. Mr Howlett also took […]
  • March 9, 2008

    Creating Cohesive Communities

    The Bear Stearns’ takeover by JP Morgan shows what can be achieved if there are banking authorities able to operate with the fleetness of foot necessary in today’s world of instant communications in global financial services. Cities of London and Westminster MP, Mark Field, visited the Westminster Muslim Welfare Trust (WMWT) this morning to see […]
  • March 7, 2008

    Statue For Battle Of Britain Hero

    Cities of London and Westminster MP, Mark Field, attended the launch this morning of the campaign to erect a statue of Battle of Britain hero, Sir Keith Park, on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square. Former Battle of Britain pilots joined senior serving RAF officers, a great-great-niece of Sir Keith Park, and politicians to support […]
  • March 5, 2008

    Mark Opens Paddington Basin Campus

    Cities of London and Westminster MP, Mark Field, opened the City of Westminster College’s temporary Paddington Basin Campus today along with his parliamentary colleague, Karen Buck MP. Mark and Karen performed the ribbon cutting ceremony before taking a tour of the facilities and meeting students and staff. Mark was impressed with the hard work of […]
  • February 28, 2008

    Mark Writes To Mr Speaker About Mps’ Allowances

    The following is a copy of a letter Mark sent to Mr Speaker as part of the consultation process on allowances and expenses in the House of Commons. For the sake of clarity, we should point out that as an inner London Member, Mark is not able to claim the Additional Costs Allowance (ACA) (which […]
  • February 21, 2008

    Sharia Law – Archbishop Speaks Out

    The principle of the rule of law applying without fear or favour to all is a fundamental pillar of our social identity as a Western liberal democracy. Indeed, in the UK, an independent, robust judiciary and a sense of fair play is respected around the world. My initial thoughts on hearing the Archbishop of Canterbury’s […]
  • February 20, 2008

    Mark Meets Local Environmental Campaigner

    Cities of London and Westminster MP, Mark Field, met his constituent Mark Dowd in the House of Commons this morning to discuss climate change. Mr Dowd is a journalist and award-winning documentary maker who was recently appointed as the campaign strategist for the Christian environmental charity, Operation Noah. Operation Noah’s main goal is to encourage […]
  • February 18, 2008

    A Tribute To Colin Merton

    Colin Merton, one of our constituency’s most colourful political characters, sadly passed away on 7 February aged 81. Colin was the UK Independence Party’s candidate for the Cities of London and Westminster and fought in three successive general elections. He was my opponent for two of those and was always gracious and good-spirited, adding fun […]
  • February 18, 2008

    Mark Discuss Healthcare In Westminster

    Mark met the Chairman and Acting Chief Executive of Westminster Primary Care Trust in parliament this morning to discuss healthcare in the constituency. A number of constituents have approached Mark over the past year to raise their concerns over the cleanliness of hospitals, the performance of NHS staff, the provision of mental health care and […]