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List of Special advisers - 16 July 2009

Gordon Brown gave the following list of special advisers to Parliament on 16 July 2009:

The Prime Minister

Greg Beales | Theo Bertram | Nicola Burdett | Nick Butler | Konrad Caulkett | Matt Cavanagh | Brendan Cox | Dan Corry | Colin Currie | Patrick Diamond | Michael Dugher | Justin Forsyth | Stuart Hudson | Michael Jacobs | Gavin Kelly | Richard Lloyd | Kirsty McNeill | David Muir | Sue Nye | Nick Pearce | Lisa Perrin | Wilf Stevenson | Anthony Vigor | Stewart Wood | John Woodcock

Minister for Cabinet Office and the Olympics and Paymaster General

Robert Philpot

Chief Whip (Commons) and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury

Gary Follis | Luke Sullivan

Chief Whip (Lords)

Ben Coffman | Sue Jackson

First Secretary of State, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and Lord President of the Council

Geoffrey Norris | Patrick Loughran

Minister of State (Business)

Matt Cooke

Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families

Francine Bates | Alex Belardinelli

Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government

Ann Rossiter | Jake Sumner

Minister of State (Housing)

Ian Parker

Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

Philip French | Lenny Shallcross

Secretary of State for Defence

Alaina Macdonald | Andrew Bagnall

Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change

Polly Billington | Tom Restrick

Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Wesley Ball | Beatrice Stern

Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

Madlin Sadler | Sarah Schaefer (job share)

Secretary of State for Health

Katie Myler

Secretary of State for the Home Department

Clare Montagu | Mario Dunn

Leader of the House of Commons, Lord Privy Seal and Minister for Women and Equality

Ayesha Hazarika | Anna Healy

Leader of the House of Lords, and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Philip Bassett | Jonathan Pearse

Secretary of State for International Development

Richard Darlington | Stephen Doughty

Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice

Mark Davies | Declan McHugh

Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

Oonagh Blackman

Secretary of State for Scotland

John McTernan | Tom Greatrex

Secretary of State for Transport

Claire MacAleese | David Learn

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Sam White | Catherine MacLeod

Chief Secretary

Tony Danker | David Mills | Graham Dale

Secretary of State for Wales

Andrew Bold | Dan Lodge

Secretary of State for Work and Pensions

Will McDonald | Eleanor Wilcox

In addition, the Chancellor of the Exchequer has appointed Torsten Henricson-Bell and Geoffrey Spence to the Council of Economic Advisers.[1]


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