|24 Jan 2023|
Alan Mak (born 19 November 1983) is a British Conservative Party politician who served as Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury from July to September 2022. He was elected as the Member of Parliament for Havant in Hampshire in 2015.
Alan was born in York to Chinese parents who were born in Guangdong and who settled in Hong Kong before moving to England. He read Law at Peterhouse, Cambridge, winning the ECS Wade Prize for Administrative Law.
For over five years, Alan served as Trustee and later President of the child hunger and poverty charity Magic Breakfast. While serving as a Trustee, Magic Breakfast was awarded a Big Society Award in 2011 by Prime Minister David Cameron.