He is a barrister and Deputy Leader of West Oxfordshire District Council.
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Mark Wallace has been ConservativeHome's Executive Editor since May 2013. He has previously worked as Campaign Director for the TaxPayers' Alliance, Head of Media Relations for the Institute of Directors and as a communications consultant to various major UK companies.Follow @
There’s one undeniable trend among those promoted: they backed the winning candidate.
Normally it would be. But not right now.
A naively-written script offers his opponents an endlessly useful clip for attack ads.
Mostly Remainers. Almost all May supporters. Majority female. The 21 new intake MPs promoted to PPS.
What does their selection reveal about the Government’s priorities? And why are some other rising stars missing?
Bagpuss, the archetypal fat cat, gets his comeuppance.
UKIP conference: Farage is gone (for real, this time). James is the new leader. A purge is on the way.
The new leader’s speech was a missed opportunity. And the People’s Army is in danger of complacency.
The Prime Minister is chasing an altogether different group of voters.
Last night he plumbed new depths by parading his anti-democratic contempt for Leave voters as a badge of honour.
Ultimately the fate of the reforms will rest on whether May can command the trust of her MPs.
Instead of the widely predicted rebellion, only half a dozen Conservative parliamentarians were openly negative. Others preferred to dig into the detail.
From the bitter divides in his party to helping Leave win the referendum, here are the Labour leader’s highlights so far.
Over nine out of ten Party members think the next election will produce another Conservative majority. Acute or complacent?
Of 943 respondents only 22 think Labour will get into government, even as part of a coalition – rather disproving the idea that Tories are scared of Corbyn.
The biggest challenge for their new leader will be escaping Farage’s shadow. The second biggest challenge will be keeping their major donor happy.
The Ministry of Justice is hers now, not Gove’s, so she must make her own plan.