Along with all other MPs, Mark Spencer has been elected by the people of his constituency to represent their interests and concerns in the House of Commons. When Parliament is 'sitting', Mark spends a lot of his time in Westminster, raising issues affecting Sherwood constituents, attending debates, voting on new laws, sitting on committees, attending meetings and many other activities. As the Member of Parliament for Sherwood, Mark focusses on a number of key issues that affect his constituents, as well as delivering on his Plan for Sherwood.
Mark is currently the Government Chief Whip, and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury. As such, he cannot speak in the House of Commons, however, Mark spends his time meeting with Ministers and Colleagues in order to pass the Government's legislative programme and deliver for his constituents.
You can read Mark Spencer's speeches and appearances in Parliament below (provided by theyworkforyou):