Mark Field MP

Mark Field was elected as the MP for the Cities of London and Westminster constituency in 2001, and was re-elected with an increased majority in 2005. In the 2010 General Election he was returned to parliament once more having been re-elected in the revised constituency (bearing the same name) with a further increased majority of 11,076. This result took Mark’s share of the vote locally to over 50% for the first time.He takes a special interest in economic matters, foreign trade and international development, and is currently Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Groups on Venture Capital and Private Equity. He is also Vice Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Groups on Bangladesh and Football.

In September 2010 Mark was appointed by the Prime Minister to the prestigious Intelligence and Security Committee, chaired by Sir Malcolm Rifkind. He is the youngest MP serving on the Committee which oversees and scrutinises the work of Britain’s intelligence services.

Recent Past Lectures
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How Fares Fair Offshore?: A Panel Discussion

Alderman Professor Michael Mainelli
Thursday, 27 March 2014 - 5:30PM
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Democracy or Markets: Who Can Take The Longer View?

Neil Eckert
Monday, 20 September 2010 - 2:30PM