Dominic Grieve

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Person.png Dominic Grieve   WebsiteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
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London, England
Alma materMagdalen College, Oxford, University of Westminster, City Law School
SpouseCaroline Hutton
Member ofDitchley/Governors, Ditchley/UK, Königswinter

Employment.png Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee

In office
15 September 2015 - 6 November 2019

Employment.png Attorney General for England and Wales Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
12 May 2010 - 15 July 2014
Preceded byPatricia Scotland
Succeeded byJeremy Wright

Employment.png Advocate General for Northern Ireland Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
12 May 2010 - 15 July 2014
Preceded byPatricia Scotland
Succeeded byJeremy Wright

Employment.png Shadow Secretary of State for Justice

In office
19 January 2009 - 11 May 2010
Preceded byNick Herbert
Succeeded byJack Straw

Employment.png Shadow Home Secretary Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
12 June 2008 - 19 January 2009
Preceded byDavid Davis
Succeeded byChris Grayling

Employment.png Shadow Attorney General Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
6 November 2003 - 7 September 2009

Employment.png Member of Parliament for Beaconsfield

In office
2 May 1997 - 6 November 2019

Dominic Grieve QC is a former MP from the Conservative Party.

He was the Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee, and a former UK Attorney General,[1] appointed after the May 2010 general election. He was the MP for Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire and a Privy Councillor since June 2010. [2]

Grieve's wealth has been estimated at £3.1 million.[3][4]

Like most globalists, he strongly opposed Brexit. Boris Johnson threw him out of the Conservative Party, to the horror of the mainstream media.

He stood as an independent in the UK/2019 General Election, and lost his seat to the new conservative candidate.


  1. Her Majesty’s Government,, accessed 12 May 2010.
  2. Website of Dominic Grieve QC MP, Attorney General, accessed 22 June 2010.
  3. Samira Shackle, Stephanie Hegarty and George Eaton The new ruling class New Statesman 1 October 2009.
  4. Glen Owen The coalition of millionaires: 23 of the 29 member of the new cabinet are worth more than £1m...and the Lib Dems are just as wealthy as the Tories Mail on Sunday 23 May 2010.