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Shortly after his resignation, Baron Profumo began to work as a volunteer cleaning toilets at Toynbee Hall, a charity based in the East End of London, and continued to work there for the rest of his life.
Profumo "had to be persuaded to lay down his mop and lend a hand running the place", eventually becoming Toynbee Hall's chief fundraiser, and used his political skills and contacts to raise large sums of money.
In 1950 he left the army and at the general election in February 1950 he was elected for Stratford-on-Avon in Warwickshire, a safe Conservative seat.
Profumo was a well-connected politician with a good war record, and (despite Margesson's above-mentioned outburst) was highly regarded in the Conservative Party.
In November 1947 Acting Colonel Profumo was awarded the Bronze Star Medal by the United States "in recognition of distinguished services in the cause of the Allies".
He succeeded his father in the family's Italian peerage on 27 March 1940, thus becoming the 5th Baron Profumo.
In the early 1930s, 'Jack' Profumo had a relationship with a German model, Gisela Winegard, who subsequently became a Nazi spy.
Macmillan had already gone by then, having resigned in October 1963 to be succeeded by Alec Douglas-Home.
On 5 June 1963, Profumo was forced to admit that he had lied to the House, an unforgivable offence in British politics.
He resigned from office, from the House, and from the Privy Council.
The family barony had been conferred by the Kingdom of Sardinia in 1843.
Shortly afterwards he voted against the Chamberlain government in the debate following the British defeat at Narvik in Norway.