Mark graduated in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University and has an MBA from Columbia Business School. More recently he has trained as a barrister, gaining an LLB from the College of Law and being called to the Bar in 2007.
He was the Member of Parliament for Rochester and Strood and a member of the influential Home Affairs Select Committee before leaving the Conservative party and joining UKIP on 27th September 2014. Previously, Mark was UK Economist for the investment bank Warburgs and was rated as one of the top three economists in the City. He has also worked for the Conservative Party Policy Unit, where he developed new policies for tackling youth crime and police governance.
Mark is married with two children.
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