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Category: Speeches

  • March 14, 2007

    On-course Betting

    Mr. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con): I too shall speak briefly, because I know that the hon. Member for Hove (Ms Barlow) wishes to say a few words.I congratulate my right hon. Friend the Member for Chingford and Woodford Green (Mr. Duncan Smith) on having procured the debate. I k...
  • February 27, 2007

    Greater London Authority Bill

    Mark made a number of speeches and interventions in the debate on the Greater London Authority Bill On the General Power of the Authority Mr. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con): Like other Members, I shall speak briefly. I accept that most of the amendments in the group are uncont...
  • February 20, 2007

    Government Debt

    Mr. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con): It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr. Pope. I wanted to say a few words during the previous debate, but the Minister was saved by the bell. I welcome the Economic Secretary and am glad that he will reply to my debate. That is...
  • February 8, 2007

    World Class Skills 2020

    Mr. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con): I thank the Minister for his report?I well understand the hard work that he puts into the subject. He knows that I have served on the advisory committee of the London School of Commerce for the past two years, and higher education issues and i...
  • January 30, 2007

    Homelessness (a8 Nationals)

    Mr. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con): There has been an impassioned national debate about the benefits and burdens of the influx of people from eastern Europe since the EU enlargement of May 2004. Understandably, much of that has focused on the lack of Government preparedness gi...
  • January 25, 2007

    Heritage

    Westminster Hall Debate Mr. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con): I fear that I would have to give 103 examples from my constituency, which I suspect gets more from the Heritage Lottery Fund than any other body. I suspect that my hon. Friend will be coming to my point in his next few...
  • January 10, 2007

    Pleasure Craft (thames)

    Mr. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con): I am glad to be able to make some brief comments, because I appreciate that other hon. Members want to contribute to this important debate. I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Upminster (Angela Watkinson) on her excellent speech, whic...
  • December 12, 2006

    Greater London Authority Bill

    Mr. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con): In the midst of considering an essentially parochial set of priorities for our capital, we should remind ourselves of a few more general considerations. First and foremost, London is a global city, an attribute that all of us London Members lo...
  • December 12, 2006

    Grosvenor Square (security)

    Mr. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con): Those of my constituents living in and around Grosvenor Square represent an almost entirely undefended front line in this country's war against terrorism. The reason is plain: the Home Office, the Metropolitan police and Transport for London h...
  • November 28, 2006

    Investment Exchanges & Clearing Houses

    Mark speaks in a debate about the Investment Exchanges and Clearing Houses Bill. The Bill seeks to confer on the FSA a specific power to prevent UK recognised investment exchanges and clearing houses from making regulatory changes which could damage London's reputation as a magnet for international ...