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Patrick Mercer

Patrick Mercer was the Conservative and Unionist Party candidate in Newark in the UK Parliament elections. Our volunteers have been adding information on Patrick Mercer - here's everything we know so far!

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Wikipedia

Patrick John Mercer is a British author and former politician. He was Conservative shadow homeland security spokesman before being forced to resign by David Cameron in 2007 for making "unacceptable" racist remarks in an interview with The Times. He was elected as a Conservative in the 2001 general election, until resigning the party's parliamentary whip in May 2013 following questions surrounding paid advocacy, and was an Independent MP representing the constituency of Newark in Parliament until his resignation at the end of April 2014 after the Standards Committee suspended him for six months for "sustained and pervasive breach of the house's rules".

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Biographical summary

Born: 1956-06-26

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Previous elections

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  • 2010: The UK Parliament elections, as the Conservative and Unionist Party candidate for the Newark

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