Mark Field - Member of Parliament for the Cities of London and Westminster

Mark was first elected as the MP for the Cities of London and Westminster constituency in 2001. He has now been returned four times to represent the seat. 

Mark takes a special interest in economic matters, foreign trade and international development. In the last Parliament Mark was the Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Venture Capital and Private Equity. He was also the 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. He was the youngest MP serving on the Committee which oversees and scrutinises the work of Britain’s intelligence services. Mark was made a Privy Counsellor in March 2015 in recognition of his service on the Committee.

After the 2015 General Election, Mark was asked by the Prime Minister to become Vice Chairman (International) of the Conservative Party. In this role he lead the Party’s outreach work in the UK and acts as Chairman of its International Office, which builds alliances with centre-right sister parties abroad, primarily through our memberships of the International Democratic Union (IDU) and Alliance of European Conservatives & Reformists (AECR) and worked with the Westminster Foundation for Democracy to promote good governance in developing nations.

Mark was re-elected at the General Election on Thursday 8th June 2017. Following the election Mark was appointed as Minister of State for Asia and the Pacific at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office by the Prime Minister. 

To find out more, please visit Mark's website or click here to email him.

 

News

Mark Field Speaks on Possible Effects from Review of Council Tax

As the New Year dawned, Jim Murphy triumphantly announced that Labour would ‘tax houses in London and the South-East to pay for 1000 new nurses in the Scottish NHS’. The coupling of Labour’s mansion tax policy to its battle-to-the-death north of the border with the SNP was doubtless deliberate.

Updates from Urban Superfast Broadband Advancements with Mark Field

Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster) (Con): I am grateful for the opportunity formally to put on the record the frustrations of my constituents and many businesses about the roll-out of superfast broadband in my central London constituency. I know that the hon.