London Underground

I endorse the comments of my hon. Friend the Member for Chipping Barnet (Sir S. Chapman).

International Situation

One of the most attractive features of political life is its sheer uncertainty.

Congestion Charging

I suspect that many of you reading this must reckon that Members of Parliament have an easy life. After all we have a summer holiday that lasts almost three months!

Working Together on London Issues

One of the unexpected benefits of Parliamentary life is the way in which MPs across different political parties are able to build up common interests.

Small Firms

To follow on from the remarks of my hon. Friend the Member for Taunton (Mr. Flook), this is very much a debate full of maiden speeches. It is perhaps relevant that yesterday I was playing cricket and making my debut for the Lords and Commons team. We had to rush back for a couple of votes.

Visting Local Charities

So what has been the most interesting thing you have done since becoming a Member of Parliament?

Mark Field Makes his Maiden Speech

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 Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con)