Field retained his seat in the 2015 general election, gaining a majority of 20,652 and 70 per cent of the vote. 
He was elected co-chair of the Commons select committee on Science and Technology in June 2015. 
In 2011 Field campaigned with Conservative MP Nadine Dorries and anti-abortion lobbyists to create a counselling service that they hoped would cut UK abortions by 60,000 a year. These views were condemned by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) and Marie Stopes who argued that 'another layer of counselling could cause distress by delaying access to abortions'.
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