Latest civil service & public affairs moves — March 6
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
- Cabinet Office: Mark Sedwil to replace Mark Lyall Grant as National Security Adviser on 13th April.
- Home Office: Philip Rutnam to replace Mark Sedwill as Permanent Secretary.
- Department for Transport: Philip Rutnam to stand down as Permanent Secretary. Jonathan Moor, director general for resources and strategy, stepping up in the interim, with a permanent successor to be recruited.
- Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Kate Harrisson has been appointed Her Majesty's Ambassador to the Republic of Peru.
- HM Treasury: Office of Tax Simplification - Paul Morton replaced John Whiting as Tax Director.
- Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: UK Space Agency - Graham Turnock to replace Katherine Courtney as Chief Executive from 1st April; Nuclear Decommissioning Authority - David Peattie appointed as Chief Executive, replacing John Clarke.
- Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Environment Agency - Joanne Segars appointed to the board.
- Department for Culture, Media and Sport: Theatres Trust - Ruth Eastwood, Dara Ó Briain, Peter Roberts, Ann Skippers and Anna Stapleton have been reappointed as Trustees.
House of Lords
- Lord McCluskey (Life Peer, Crossbench) retired on 1st March.
House of Commons
- Gerald Kaufman, Labour MP for Manchester Gorton, passed away – a by-election will take place in due course.
- Procedure Committee – Chris Elmore replaced Holly Lynch as a member.
- Women and Equalities Committee – Holly Lynch replaced Ruth Cadbury as a member.
- National Audit Office – Daniel Lambauer appointed as Executive Leader, Strategy and Operation; Kate Mathers as Executive Leader, Financial Audit; Rebecca Sheeran as Executive Leader, Value for Money; Max Tse as Executive Leader, Digital Transformation.
Local authority by-election Results 2nd March
- Christchurch Council – Paul Hilliard elected for Mudeford and Friars Cliffe – Conservative hold.
- Salford Council – Arnie Saunders elected for Kersal – Conservative gain from Labour.
- Redcar and Cleveland Council – Alma Thrower elected for Hutton – Conservative hold.
- Redcar and Cleveland Council – Laura Benson elected for Newcomen – Liberal Democrat hold.
Industry, Consultancies & Interest Groups
- JBP – James Hargrave promoted to Associate Director; Laura Holloway joins as Senior Account Manager; Mark Hofman joins as a Local Government and Stakeholder Engagement Expert; Hannah Rowley appointed as Account Manager.
- Patients Association - Katherine Murphy is to step down as Chief Executive.
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