New appointments this week in UK politics, the civil service and public affairs

Posted On: 
17th September 2018

Dods People draws together a list of this week's appointments in Westminster politics, all the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector.

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Government Departments: 


Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport 

Birmingham Organising Committee for the 2022 Commonwealth Games - Jonathan Browning and Zara Hyde Peters named as Non-Executive Directors.

Arts Council England – Helen Birchenough appointed as South West Area Chair.

Tate - John Booth appointed as a Trustee.


HM Treasury 

Bank of England - Mark Carney reappointed as Governor and Jon Cunliffe as Deputy Governor of the Bank of England with responsibility for Financial Stability.

 

Department for Education 

School Teachers' Review Body – Andrew Waller and Harriet Kemp appointed as members.

 

Devolved Authorities: 

 

National Assembly for Wales 

Caroline Jones resigned from UKIP and now sits as an Independent.

 

Welsh Government 

Welsh Revenue Authority Board - Dyfed Edwards named as Deputy Chair.


Scottish Parliament 
Justice Sub-Committee on Policing – Fulton MacGregor replaced Ben Macpherson as a member.


Local Authorities: 


By-election Results 13th September 

Cambridge Council – Kelley Green elected for Petersfield – Labour hold. (Ann Sinnott resigned).

Charnwood Council – Shona Rattray elected for Birstall Wanlip – Conservative hold. (Renata Jones resigned).

Pembrokeshire Council – Jon Harvey elected for Pembroke: St Mary North – Independent gain from Conservative. (David Boswell resigned).

New Forest Council – Andrew Gossage elected for Pennington - Conservative hold. (Penny Jackman resigned).

Maidstone Council – Karen Chappell-Tay elected for Headcorn – Conservative hold. (Shelina Prendergast resigned).

Lambeth Council – Scarlett O'Hara elected for Coldharbour – Labour hold. (Matthew Parr died).

 

Industry 

 

Corporates 

Nationwide – Patrick Eltridge appointed as Chief Operating Officer, starting in January 2019

 

Interest Groups 

Oxfam - Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah to become Chief Executive towards the end of the year.

Ada Lovelace Institute – Alan Wilson named as Executive Chair.

Hospice UK – Robert Peston to become Chair later in the year.

LifeArc – Melanie Lee appointed as Chief Executive, replacing Dave Tapolczay.

Shooting Star Chase – Nigel Harding appointed as Chief Executive.

Invictus Games Foundation – Sam Newell named as Director of Communications.

 

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