PPP minister leaving govt

13 June 2017 The junior Treasury minister with responsibility for PPP policy is leaving the government with immediate effect.

Baroness Lucy Neville-Rolfe has announced that she is leaving government, where she has been Commercial Secretary to the Treasury since December.

In a tweet, Baroness Neville- Rolfe said: “Today I am leaving the Government. May I thank all @hmtreasury @beisgovuk & @DCMS and colleagues in @UKHouseofLords for their support”.

Baroness Neville-Rolfe took on the Commercial Secretary role from Lord Jim O’Neill in December, after he resigned from the post back in September.

The Commercial Secretary brief includes responsibility for “corporate finance, including public corporations, public private partnerships, PFI, and sales of government assets”.


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16 December 2017.


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