Natalie Evans

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Natalie Evans

Natalie Evans or Baroness Evans of Bowes Park is a Conservative Party politician and member of the UK's House of Lords.

She was appointed as a life peer on 12 September 2014, and was made Leader of the House of Lords by incoming Prime Minister Theresa May on 14 July 2016. [1]

Evans is married to James Wild, a special adviser to the Conservative defence secretary Michael Fallon.


Prior to being made a peer Natalie Evans worked worked in various lobbying organisations:

Special advisers


  1. 'Who's in who's out? May's new cabinet', 14 July 2016, BBC News, accessed 15 July 2016