Speaking following the Urgent Question on the findings of the inquiry into the National Security Council leak, Mark calls for "root and branch" reform of the Official Secrets Act.
Mark urges Ukrainian President-elect Volodymyr Zelensky to hold fast to his pre-election commitment that he would not allow Crimea to be exchanged for peace in Donbass.
Following the Government's confirmation that existing sanctions will continue after we leave the EU, Mark questions the Minister of State for the Foreign Office about named individuals on the sanctions list as a result of the Magnitsky amendment.
Mark leads a debate on housing needs in Shropshire and says that whilst new housing is needed, new developments must be sustainable and brownfield sites must be prioritised to protect the green belt. He particularly highlights inappropriate plans for a new industrial unit on farmland at Shawbirch.