Mark Hoban


Mark Hoban was appointed Minister of State for Employment in September 2012. He was elected Conservative MP for Fareham on 7 June 2001.

Previous roles in government

  1. Minister of State for Employment

    • 2012 to 2013
  2. Financial Secretary to the Treasury

    • 2010 to 2012


  1. Jobseekers embrace digital revolution
  2. Hoban – taking action to improve the Work Capability Assessment
  3. Help for people on sickness benefits to address barriers to work
  4. Ministers to end work experience Health and Safety confusion
  5. A team effort: role of employers in improving welfare outcomes
  6. Feeding Britain's Future
  7. Universal Credit and in-work support – the call for ideas
  8. Two new appointments to the HSE Board
  9. 700,000 more people working in private sector over past year
  10. Hoban – committed to further improvements to the Work Capability Assessment