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Thank you!

At around 4.30am this morning, Mark was granted the privilege of being re-elected as your MP for the Cities of London and Westminster with an increased majority and 52.2% of the vote.

Election fever hits London

As we go into the third week of the election campaign, Mark has been overwhelmed by the fantastically positive response he has received across the constituency when talking to voters on the doorstep, in local pubs, at community meetings and on street stalls.

The campaign begins!

Parliament officially dissolved on Monday, firing the starting gun for the run up to May 6 when the country will go to the polling booths to decide our next government.

SET for Britain

Mark Field MP welcomed early-career researchers from Imperial College to the House of Commons today to compete in the national scientific poster competition, SET for Britain.

St Andrew's Youth Club

Mark is President of the St Andrew’s Club, the oldest youth club in the world which operates out of a centre in Old Pye Street. In this video, Mark, Cllr Duncan Sandys (Lord Mayor of Westminster) and club manager, Paul Whittle, explain why the club is such a valuable local resource.

Pedicabs Bill

This week Mark Field introduced a Pedicabs Bill in parliament in a bid to deal with rickshaws operating in Central London.

Addressing Family Recovery Issues Locally

We live in a fractured society. Amongst other developments the rise of the internet, multiple media outlets and global travel, on a scale unimaginable a couple of decades ago, have wrenched apart the traditional guises of community and common experience.

CLLR Ian Wilder – A Tribute

Last week I was informed of the tragic news that Councillor Ian Wilder passed away on 28 July after a long illness. Ian was a long-term servant of the West End of London, the ward that he represented with such distinction and pride.

Summer Recess Plans

Today parliament rises for summer recess. It marks the end of a torrid term for our democratic institutions and many people will no doubt be glad to see the back of MPs for a couple of months.