Latest civil service & public affairs moves — September 23

New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People


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By Dods People

23 Sep 2019

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Government departments

  • Maggie Throup appointed as a Government Whip.
  • Rachel Maclean appointed as parliamentary private Secretary to Sajid Javid as chancellor.
  • Government Actuary’s Department – Alison White and Ian Wilson began their roles as Non-executive Directors.

House of Commons

  • Sam Gyimah joined the Liberal Democrats; he was previously sitting as an Independent MP.

Devolved Authorities

  • Scottish Parliament: Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform committee – Finlay Carson elected as deputy convener.
  • Scottish Government: Public Health Scotland – Angela Leitch to become chief executive of the new body.

Local Authorities

 

  • Maidenhead Council – Simon Dudley resigned as leader and David Coppinger took on the role in an interim basis.
  • St Helen’s Council – Mike Palin to stand down as chief executive next week.
  • East Lothian Council – Angela Leitch to stand down as chief executive in December.
  • By-election Results 19 September: Somerset West and Taunton Council – Derek Perry elected for Vivary – Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative (caused by the resignation of Catherine Herbert). Wiltshire Council – Suzanne Wickham elected for Ethandune – Conservative hold (caused by the death of Jerry Wickham). Canterbury Council – Ben Fitter-Harding elected for Chestfield – Conservative hold (caused by the death of Jenny Samper). Hammersmith and Fulham Council – Helen Rowbottom elected for Fulham Broadway – Labour hold (caused by the resignation of Alan de’Ath who has taken a politically-restricted job). Liverpool Council – William Shortall elected for Old Swan – Labour hold (caused by the resignation of Peter Brennan after he shared a racist video on WhatsApp). North Lanarkshire Council – Norah Mooney elected for Thorniewood – Labour hold (caused by the resignation of Hugh Gaffney MP).

Industry Associations

  • Chartered Institute of Public Relations – Mandy Pearse chosen as the president-elect for 2020.

Interest Groups

  • The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award – Ruth Marvel to become chief executive in November.
  • Mesothelioma UK – Guy Tewley appointed as corporate fundraising Officer.
  • The Cure Parkinson's Trust – Rick Lay appointed as director of fundraising and marketing.

Corporates

  • RBS – Alison Rose to become chief executive, replacing Ross McEwan on 1 November.

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