New appointments this week in UK politics, civil service and public affairs
Dods People draws together a list of this week's appointments in Westminster politics, all the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector.
Houses of Parliament:
House of Commons
Joint Committee on Consolidation, &c., Bills - Mims Davies and Amanda Milling discharged and Bim Afolami and Colin Clark appointed as members.
Finance Committee – William Wragg discharged and Luke Graham appointed as a member.
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee – Maria Caulfield discharged and Robert Goodwill appointed as a member.
Petitions Committee – Rehman Chishti discharged and Luke Hall added.
Women and Equalities Committee – Vicky Ford appointed as a member.
Department for Education
Teaching Regulation Agency – Alan Meyrick named as the first Chief Executive.
School Teachers' Review Body - Robert Burgess and Jeanne Watson reappointed as members.
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
NneNne Iwuji-Eme has been appointed British High Commissioner to the Republic of Mozambique in succession to Joanna Kuenssberg.
Prudential Regulation Committee – David Thorburn resigned from the committee.
Department for Work and Pensions
Pensions Regulator - David Fairs to become Executive Director for Regulatory Policy, Analysis and Advice in July.
Industrial Injuries Advisory Council - Lesley Rushton to replace Keith Palmer as Chair on 1st April.
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Met Office – Rob Varley stood down as Chief Executive, and Nick Jobling appointed to the role on an interim basis.
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Henry Dimbleby became lead non-executive board member with Elizabeth Buchanan, Lizzie Noel, Ben Goldsmith and Colin Day appointed as non-executive board members.
By-election Results 8th March
Bolton Council – Paul Sanders elected for Farnworth – Farnworth and Kearsley First gain from Labour. (Asif Ibrahim resigned).
Tameside Council – Laura Boyle elected for Droylsden East – Labour hold. (Kieran Quinn died).
Nottingham Council – Cate Woodward elected for Wollaton West – Labour gain from Conservative. (Georgina Culley died).
Rutland Council – Adam Lowe elected for Oakham South East – Independent gain from Conservative. (Tony Mathias resigned).
Harlow Council – Chris Vince elected for Little Parndon and Hare Street – Labour hold. (Jon Clempner resigned).
Dacorum Council – Lara Pringle elected for Northchurch – Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative. (Alan Fantham died).
Medway Council – Alex Paterson elected for Rochester West – Labour gain from Conservative. (Kelly Tolhurst MP resigned).
East Hampshire Council – Jamie Matthews elected for Petersfield Bell Hill – Independent gain from Conservative. (Thomas Spencer resigned).
Weber Shandwick - Anthony Marlowe to become Managing Director.
Field Consulting – Rob Jeffery to oversee a new energy practice.
Newington - Christine Quigley and Will McMyn to join as Associate Directors, overseeing the transport and infrastructure team and the energy and environment team respectively.
MDL Strategy – Michelle Di Leo to set up this new organisation.
MHA - Sam Monaghan named as the new Chief Executive.
English National Opera - Stuart Murphy, to replace Cressida Pollock as Chief Executive on 3rd April.