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Mark Wallace was born on 20 August, 1984 in Whitley Bay, United Kingdom, is a Journalist, commentator, political activist.

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OccupationJournalist, commentator, political activist
Age36 years old
Zodiac SignLeo
Born20 August 1984
Birthday20 August
BirthplaceWhitley Bay, United Kingdom
Nationality
British

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Mark Wallace Net Worth

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Source of IncomeJournalist

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Timeline

2017

In October 2017, he was placed at Number 89 in ‘The Top 100 Most Influential People on the Right’ by political commentator Iain Dale. In September 2019, he was placed at Number 58 in ‘The Top 100 Most Influential Conservatives of 2019’, again by Dale.

2015

Wallace has stated that his particular interest is in “the way political machines are evolving in the age of low party memberships and digital innovation”, and has published investigations into the success of the Conservative Party’s campaign in the 2015 general election, and the failure of the Party’s subsequent campaign in the 2017 general election.

2013

In April 2013, the centre-right political website ConservativeHome announced that Wallace would join its editorial team the following month as Executive Editor, following the departure of its founder, Tim Montgomerie. In January 2020 it was announced that he is becoming the website’s Chief Executive.

2010

In July 2010, Wallace was recruited by Portland Communications, a PR and public affairs agency, before becoming Head of Media Relations at the Institute of Directors in March 2012.

2007

In 2007, he became Campaign Director of low-tax pressure group the TaxPayers’ Alliance. His campaigns at the TaxPayers’ Alliance included pressing for transparency on MPs’ expenses, and for MPs to be punished for any fraudulent abuse of the system. The same year he featured in the Channel 4 political documentary, Make Me a Tory.

2006

Wallace co-founded Better Off Out, a cross-party campaign calling for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, in April 2006. He continues to sit on the Association’s Council and Management Committee.

2005

In 2005, Wallace was appointed Campaign Manager of The Freedom Association (TFA), a libertarian and Eurosceptic pressure group. In the autumn of the same year he was stopped and filmed by Sussex Police under counter-terrorism powers while protesting against the proposed introduction of Identity Cards outside the Labour Party conference.

2004

Described by website Guido Fawkes as “a secret quiz buff”, Wallace has appeared as a contestant on several television quizzes. In 2004, he represented Durham University on University Challenge. In 2013, he won The Chase. In 2016, he captained The Beekeepers on Only Connect, reaching the Quarter-Finals.

1984

Mark Edwin Wallace (born 20 August 1984) is a British journalist, newspaper columnist and political activist. He is Chief Executive of the website ConservativeHome, and is a former Campaign Director of the TaxPayers’ Alliance.