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Westminster Hall debate on Affordable Housing in London

Mark made the following interventions in a Westminster Hall debate on Affordable Housing in London on 14 June 2016:

Ruth Cadbury (Brentford and Isleworth) (Lab)

I beg to move,

That this House has considered affordable housing in London.

The City Could Survive Brexit, but it Would be Badly Damaged

Historically there have tended to be two potential models for a successful financial centre. The first, an onshore version, is based around the notion of a hub city servicing a sizeable domestic market – think New York and the US market.

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.

Fixed Odds Betting Terminals

Mark made the following interventions in a debate about Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs)