Jonathan Fairbank

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Flying officer
Jonathan Fairbank
Speaker of the House of Commons
In office
3 June 2019 – 22 September 2019
MonarchJohn I
Prime MinisterSir John Timpson
Succeeded byEmily Day
In office
7 October 2019 – 6 April 2020
MonarchJohn I
Prime MinisterSir John Timpson
Preceded byEmily Day
Succeeded byAidan McGrath
Secretary of State for Justice
In office
3 June 2019 – 22 September 2019
MonarchJohn I
Prime MinisterSir John Timpson
Succeeded byJohn Williamson
In office
7 October 2019 – 6 April 2020
MonarchJohn I
Prime MinisterSir John Timpson
Preceded byJohn Williamson
Succeeded byGreg Watts
Member of Parliament
for Smithfield-East
In office
3 June 2019 – 9 April 2020
MonarchJohn I
Prime MinisterSir John Timpson
Nick Sullivan
Military service
Allegiance Baustralia
Service/branch His Royal Air Force
RankBaustralia HRAF OF-1B (infobox).svg Flying officer
UnitBadge of the 1 Squadron HRAF.svg 1 Squadron HRAF
CommandsBaustralian sergeant major

Flying officer Jonathan Fairbank is a military officer, former Baustralian sergeant major, and former statesman. He served as speaker of the House of Commons, and candidate for the 2020 Conservative leadership election before his resignation shortly after.

Political career

In the Parliament of Baustralia, he served under Sir John Timpson as the Speaker of the House of Commons and Secretary of State for Justice. During the brief premiership of Aidan McGrath, he served as the Shadow Leader of the House of Commons and Shadow Secretary of State for Justice. Intending to resign, when Nick Sullivan took premiership, he did not take any responsibilities other than the MP for Smithfield-East.

He briefly was a candidate in the 2020 Conservative leadership election before dropping his campaign, and shortly after the election, resigning.

Military career

Enlisting in His Royal Air Force, Fairbank served with 1 Squadron HRAF, earning a promotion to Warrant officer and served as squadron warrant officer. He was selected in 2020 to take the position of Baustralian sergeant major, to replace Lady Smith who was selected to take the post of Director of Music. He held this position until 5 February 2021, commissioned as Flying officer, and assuming the position of Deputy Commanding Officer, 1 Squadron HRAF. He was succeeded by naval warrant officer Mara Arthur.

Ranks and titles

2003-2019
Mister Jonathan Fairbank
2019
 Private Jonathan Fairbank
 The Right Honourable Private Jonathan Fairbank
Baustralia HRAF OR-2 (infobox).svg The Right Honourable Aircraftman Jonathan Fairbank
2020
Baustralia HRAF OR-2 (infobox).svg The Right Honourable Aircraftman Jonathan Fairbank
Baustralia HRAF OR-9 (infobox).svg The Right Honourable Warrant officer Jonathan Fairbank
Baustralia HRAF OR-9d (infobox).svg The Right Honourable Warrant officer Jonathan Fairbank
Baustralia HRAF OR-9d (infobox).svg Warrant officer Jonathan Fairbank
2021
Baustralia HRAF OR-9d (infobox).svg Warrant officer Jonathan Fairbank
Baustralia HRAF OF-1B (infobox).svg Flying officer Jonathan Fairbank
Military offices
Preceded by
W.O. Lady Smith
Baustralian sergeant major
25 September 2020 – 5 February 2021
Succeeded by
W.O. Mara Arthur
Political offices
New title Member of Parliament
for Smithfield-East

3 June 2019 – 9 April 2020
Vacant
Title next held by
Chase Lameroux
as Member of Parliament for Smithfield
New title Speaker of the House of Commons
3 June 2019 – 22 September 2019
7 October 2019 – 6 April 2020
Succeeded by
Emily Day
Preceded by
Emily Day
Succeeded by
Aidan McGrath
New title Secretary of State for Justice
3 June 2019 – 22 September 2019
7 October 2019 – 6 April 2020
Succeeded by
John Williamson
Preceded by
John Williamson
Succeeded by
Greg Watts