Matthew has taken part in various Holocaust remembrance events as part of the annual Holocaust Memorial Day.
Taking place each year on the 27th January, Holocaust Memorial Day is a time to remember the millions of people murdered in the Holocaust and reflect on subsequent genocides since.
Speaking in the annual Holocaust Memorial Day debate in the House of Commons, Matthew said: "It is 22 years since I attended my first Holocaust Memorial Day event in Hendon. I would have thought that after all these years there was nothing left to say, but today’s contributions show that there is ever more to say, which in many ways is a great disappointment."
He also raised concerns about antisemitism on university campuses today and reflected on the recent attack in Israel on October 7th - the worst against Jews since the Second World War.
Later that day, Matthew signed the Holocaust Educational Trust's Book of Commitment in Parliament.
At the weekend, Matthew also joined constituents and local councillors at the annual memorial event taking place at the Middlesex University in Hendon.