Alumni

A number of King’s College London alumni have been elected to Parliament.  We are currently seeking to build up a full and comprehensive list of Conservative MPs past and present.

Current MPs:

  • Douglas Carswell MP
  • Mark Francois MP
  • Dr Phillip Lee MP
  • Brandon Lewis MP
  • Dr Matthew Offord MP
  • Sarah Newton MP
  • Dr Daniel Poulter MP
  • Gary Streeter MP
  • Sarah Wollaston MP

Other current political figures:

  • Sir Mark Worthington OBE, Thatcher’s Private Political Advisor 1992-2013
  • Baron MacGregor of Pulham Market OBE PC FKC, Conservative peer
  • Simon Richards, Chief Executive of The Freedom Association
  • Katherine Gray, Operations Manager, The Taxpayers’ Alliance
  • Robert Findon, Campaigns Manager, Eastbourne Conservative Association
  • Brandon Lewis MP, Chairman of the Conservative Party

Presidents of KCL Conservative Association:

  • Simon Richards 1977-1980
  • Simon Moorcroft 2010-2011
  • John Roberts 2011-2012
  • James Davenport 2012-2013
  • Benjamin Judge 2013-2014
  • Benjamin Judge 2014-2015
  • Harold Richardson 2015-2016
  • Jack Elsom 2016-2017
  • Sam Barrett 2017-2018
  • Emily Jane Slatter 2018-2019

Life members:

  • Simon Richards, President 1977-1980
  • Sir Mark Worthington OBE, Lady Thatcher’s political advisor 1992-2013
  • Simon Moorcroft, President 2010-2011
  • George Rear, Social Secretary 2011-2013
  • John Roberts, President 2011-2012
  • James Davenport, President 2012-2013
  • Joseph Charles Henry Hollingworth 2013
  • Henrique Laitenberger, Secretary and Treasurer 2012-2014
  • Benjamin Judge, President 2013-2015
  • Harold Richardson, President 2015-16
  • Jack Elsom, President 2016-17
  • Sam Barrett, President and Treasurer 2016-18
  • Jack Emsley, Vice-President and 1828 Editor  2016-18
  • Ayush Joshi, First Year Representative and Social Secretary  2016-18
  • Emily Jane Slatter, President 2018-19

Life membership is awarded to members who have served as President, as a committee member for two or more years and/or distinguished them-self in some other way. 

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