| Mark Field |
Embracing Jeremy Hunt's wife Lucia on 10 June 2019
|Born||Mark Christopher Field|
Hanover, West Germany
|Alma mater||St Edmund Hall, Oxford|
|Religion||Church of England|
|Children|| • Frederick|
|Spouse|| • Michèle|
|Member of||Chinese In Britain All-Party Parliamentary Group, Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament, Königswinter/Speakers|
Spooky British Conservative Party politician
Mark Field (born 6 October 1964) is a British Conservative Party politician who was Member of Parliament (MP) for the cities of London and Westminster from June 2001 until November 2019.
On 13 June 2017 Mark Field was appointed a Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
On 21 June 2019 Prime Minister Theresa May suspended him as a Minister following an incident at a Mansion House banquet when Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond was speaking on 20 June 2019.
A prominent supporter of the United Kingdom remaining in the European Union during the 2016 EU Referendum and of Jeremy Hunt's leadership bid in the 2019 contest, Mark Field left his post as a Foreign Office Minister when Boris Johnson's premiership began. He stood down from the House of Commons at the UK/General election/2019.
Mark Field married celebrity agent Victoria Elphicke, sister of Charlie Elphicke, in 2007. They live in Westminster and Mallorca with their son, Frederick and their daughter, Arabella.
Field's first marriage to investment banker Michèle Acton ended in divorce in 2006, with his ex-wife citing his affair with Liz Truss who is now Conservative MP for the constituency of South West Norfolk since 2010, and is challenging Rishi Sunak to become Leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in the 2022 leadership contest.
- ↑ "While Everyone's Talking About Mark Field, Here's A Really Uncomfortable Picture Of Him Kissing Jeremy Hunt's Wife"
- ↑ http://global.oup.com/whoswho/about/
- ↑ "MPs involved in scandals accused of 'hypocrisy' over calls for tougher regulation of the press"
- ↑ "Tory leadership: How will the new party leader and PM be chosen?"
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