Public Appointments Comprehensive Reform Act 2001 (Oppo Day Legislation 1)

Legislation that failed in the House of Commons.
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Re: Public Appointments Comprehensive Reform Act 2001 (Oppo Day Legislation 1)

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No.
Sir Jack Anderson
Labour Party.
Member of Parliament for Southampton Test
Chair of the Treasury Select Committee. (2000-2001)
Chancellor of the Exchequer. (2001-)
First Secretary of State. (2001-)
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Aye
Will Croft MP
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Dame Evelyn Redgrave MP
Member of Parliament for South West Hertfordshire (1997-present)

Deputy Leader of the Conservative Party (2001-present)
Shadow Home Secretary (2001-present)


Shadow Minister of State for Schools (1998-2000)
Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (2000-2001)
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Noe
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MP for New Forest West 1997-Present
Shadow Economic Secretary to the Treasury 2001-2001
Conservative Party Chairman 2001-2001
Secretary of State for Business, Transport and Social Mobility 2001-2001
TBD
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Noe
Cdre Cecil Brown
MP for Thurrock (2017-) | Conservative
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Aye
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Aye
James McLaughlin MP
Labour Member of Parliament for Wirral South (2017-)
Leader of the Opposition (2021-)
Leader of the Labour Party (2021-)
Shadow Minister for Schools (2018-19)
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Aye
Jack Wright, MP for Salford [previously Salford West and Salford East] (1974-Present)
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Noe.
CHARLES TRENYTHON MP | Labour MP for Burton
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (2000-present)
Secretary of State for Defence (2000-present)
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