09 July 2024

With a change in government, comes changes in ministerial appointments and responsibilities.

The policy team have been keeping a watch out, and here’s a breakdown of the changes which we believe are important for us to be aware of as payroll professionals.

  • Prime Minister, Sir Keir Starmer
  • Deputy Prime Minister, Angela Rayner
  • Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Darren Jones
  • Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rachel Reeves
  • Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Lord Livermore 
  • Parliamentary Secretary (Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury), James Murray
  • Parliamentary Secretary (Economic Secretary to the Treasury and City Minister), Tulip Siddiq
  • Business and Trade Secretary (and President of the Board of Trade), Jonathon Reynolds
  • Business and Trade Minister (joint with DESNZ), Sarah Jones
  • Business and Trade Minister, Douglas Alexander
  • Work and Pensions Secretary, Liz Kendall 
  • Work and Pensions Minister, Alison McGovern
  • Work and Pensions Minister, Stephen Timms
  • Parliamentary Secretary in His Majesty's Treasury and the Department of Work and Pensions, Emma Reynolds

We will be keeping an eye on changes, and will report any further important changes in the weeks to come.

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