Here you can find Mark's recent speeches and appearances in Parliament (from theyworkforyou):
I will keep my remarks brief because I am conscious that the House wishes to make a decision and the Leader of the House made such a comp
If the House does indeed sit on Saturday, and if it does indeed approve the deal that the Prime Minister has secured, does it remain the
Further to that point of order, Madam Deputy Speaker. I have perused the Act very carefully.
I did not intend to intervene on the Leader of the House until the hon.
May I press the Foreign Secretary a little further on the answer he gave to my right hon.
Someone once said: “It is mankind and his activities that are changing the environment of our planet in damaging and dangerous ways”, add
I draw the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster back to the opening part of his statement, where he talked about the prospects of a deal.