DfE names new ministers following mass resignations

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, July 13, 2022

The Department for Education has appointed its new ministers following a mass resignation of Conservative frontbenchers in response to Boris Johnson’s handling of the Chris Pincher affair.

Brendan Clarke-Smith is the new children and families minister. Picture: Parliament UK
Brendan Clarke-Smith is the new children and families minister. Picture: Parliament UK

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