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  Grieve, Dominic
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NameDominic Grieve
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Beaconsfield, , United Kingdom
Emailbeaconsfieldca@btconnect.com
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Born May 00, 1956 (63 years)
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Sep 03, 2019 06:42pm
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InfoDominic was born in May 1956. He was educated at Westminster School, Magdalen College, Oxford (MA Modern History) and Central London Polytechnic (Diploma in Law).

He is married to Caroline and they have two sons. He works as a barrister.

Dominic contested the seat of Lambeth Norwood in 1987. He was a member of the Prime Minister's Campaign Team in 1992 and a Councillor in Hammersmith and Fulham from 1982-86.

Dominic is Chair of the Research Committee, Society of Conservative Lawyers and has been a member of the London Diocesan Synod of the Church of England since 1994.

He was elected Member of Parliament for Beaconsfield in May 1997.

In July 1997 he was appointed to three Conservative Parliamentary Committees - Constitutional Affairs, Legal and Northern Ireland. In September 2001, he was appointed as a Frontbench Spokesman for Home Affairs. In November 2003, he became Shadow Attorney General.

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  09/03/2019 UK Parliament - Beaconsfield - Whip Removal Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  06/08/2017 UK Parliament - Beaconsfield Won 65.25% (+43.80%)
  05/07/2015 UK Parliament - Beaconsfield Won 63.24% (+49.49%)
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  05/05/2005 UK Parliament - Beaconsfield Won 55.43% (+35.05%)
  06/07/2001 UK Parliament - Beaconsfield Won 52.75% (+31.00%)
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UK Conservative Party Leader - MP Vote - Jun 20, 2019 LD Sam Gyimah
UK Conservative Party Leader - MP Vote - Jun 20, 2019 I Rory Stewart
UK House of Commons - Home Affairs Select Committee - Oct 19, 2016 LAB Yvette Cooper
UK Conservative Party Leader - MP Vote - Jul 07, 2016 CON Theresa May
UK Referendum - EU Membership - Jun 23, 2016 YES Remain