New appointments this week in UK politics, the civil service and public affairs
Dods People draws together a list of appointments in Westminster politics, the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector in the last week.
Houses of Parliament:
House of Lords
Lord Mawhinney (Conservative, life peer) died 9th November 2019.
Northern Ireland Office
Independent Commission for the Location of Victims’ Remains – Kenneth Bloomfield to stand down as UK Commissioner.
Migration Advisory Committee - Alan Manning has been reappointed as Chair.
Office of Gas and Electricity Markets - Jonathan Brearley to start as Chief Executive on 1st February.
Allerdale Council – Ian Frost to stand down as Chief Executive.
Telford & Wrekin Council – David Sidaway to become Chief Executive on January 8th.
City of London Corporation - Helen Fentiman elected for Aldersgate - Labour hold (caused by the resignation of Labour Common Councilman Richard Crossen).
Highland council – Emma Roddick elected for Inverness Central – Scottish National Party hold (caused by the resignation of Scottish National Party council Richard Laird).
Fife council – Derek Glen elected for Dunfermline Centrel – Scottish National Party gain (caused by the resignation of Conservative councillor Alan Craig).
Fife council – Sharon Green-Wilson elected for Rosyth – Scottish National Party hold (caused by the resignation of Scottish National Party councillor Sam Steele).
Eden council – Neil McCall elected for Shap – Liberal Democrat gain (caused by the resignation of Conservative councillor John Owen).
Neath Port Talbot council – Marcia Spooner elected for Rhos – Plaid Cymru gain (caused by the resignation of Labour councillor Alex Thomas).
Powys council – Liz Rijnenberg elected for St Mary – Labour gain (caused by the resignation of Conservative councillor Sarah Lewis).
Torbay council – Jane Barnby elected for Goodrington with Roselands – Conservative gain (caused by the resignation of Liberal Democrat councillor Rick Heyse).
Tunbridge Wells council – Justine Rutland elected for Culverden – Liberal Democrat gain (caused by the death of Conservative councillor Ronen Basu).
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St Mungo’s - Howard Sinclair to stand down as Chief Executive in autumn 2020.
Cancer Research UK - Philip Almond as Executive Director of Fundraising and Marketing, replacing Ed Aspel from December.
Comic Relief – Alex Reid to become Chief Executive in March.
British Heart Foundation – Charmaine Griffiths to replace Simon Gillespie as Chief Executive at the end of the year.
Water UK - Christine McGourty to become Chief Executive.
Association of Short Term Lenders – Vic Jannels to replace Benson Hersch as Chief Executive in January.
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