Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con)
I beg to move,
That this House has considered alms houses and their role in housing policy.
Nowhere within the financial firmament does enthusiasm abound more right now than in the arena of fintech.
Theresa May’s bold and refreshing education speech last Friday has understandably triggered an explosion of forthright opinion on grammar schools. Beneath the headlines on selection, however, was an overlooked message to universities.
Rebalancing the economy away from financial services and our capital city has been the preoccupation of successive governments since 2008’s financial crisis.
Following its opening last year, the University of Westminster’s Regent Street Cinema has been attracting visitors and film lovers from all over the city.
Mark is pleased to share the news that, after years of lobbying about the impact of nuisance gamblers on the area, the local authority is taking action.
In May 2007, I was inspired to write my first ever article for ConservativeHome on a subject that went to the very heart of why I became a Conservative – grammar schools.