Dominic Grieve

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Dominic Grieve MP, UK Attorney General

Dominic Grieve QC is the UK Attorney General,[1] appointed after the May 2010 general election. He is the Conservative Party MP for Beaconsfield and a Privy Councillor since June 2010. [2] In the 2015 general election, Grieve was re-elected with a majority of 26,311. [3]

He is the son of Percy Grieve, Conservative MP for Solihull, 1964-1983.[4]

Grieve was appointed as a member of the Select Committee on Privileges in November 2015.[5]


In March 2006, Grieve received £3,000.000 from Bestway Cash and Carry Ltd, Bestway Cash and Carry Ltd , owned by Tory donor Anwar Pervez.[6]



  1. Her Majesty’s Government,, accessed 12 May 2010.
  2. Website of Dominic Grieve QC MP, Attorney General, accessed 22 June 2010.
  3. Dominic Grieve Express, accessed 14 May 2015
  4. Sarah Priddy, PIL: Current Members Related to Other Current or Former Members - Commons Library Standard Note, 13 September 2013.
  5. Dods people, 'Arrivals, moves and departures', Civil Service World, accessed 3 November 2015
  6. Electoral Commission, Donation search, accessed 20 February 2015