Ministerial role

Parliamentary Secretary (Minister for the Constitution)

Responsibilities

Responsibilities include:

  • constitutional policy and democracy
  • propriety, ethics and transparency
  • knowledge management
  • UK Statistics Authority
  • Cabinet Office Parliamentary business
  • Cabinet Office domestic (including Cabinet Office HR, finance and security)
  • government communications
  • fraud, error, debt and grants
  • Public Bodies reform

Current role holder: Chloe Smith MP

Chloe Smith was appointed Parliamentary Secretary at the Cabinet Office on 9 January 2018.

She was Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and Assistant Government Whip for the House of Commons from 15 June 2017 to 8 January 2018.

She is the Conservative MP for Norwich North.

Education

Chloe studied English at the University of York.

Political career

Chloe was elected MP for Norwich North in July 2009. She was appointed Economic Secretary to the Treasury in October 2011 and from September 2012 to October 2013 she served as Parliamentary Secretary for the Cabinet Office.

Career outside politics

Before entering Parliament, Chloe worked for international consultancy firm Deloitte, advising private businesses, government departments and public bodies.

Announcements

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  1. First events announced for National Democracy Week

    • Press release
  2. Update on the infected blood inquiry

    • Press release
  3. Democracy Launch Event speech

    • Speech
  4. National Democracy Week Awards announced to mark suffrage centenary

    • Press release
  5. National Democracy Week: events, talks and fun activities

    • News story
  6. National Democracy Week 2018

    • News story
  7. Anonymous voter registration made easier for domestic abuse survivors

    • Press release
  8. Non-Executive Directors appointed to Constitution Group

    • News story
  9. Chloe Smith writes about votes for life for British expats

    • Speech
  10. UK Government hosts first International Public Sector Fraud Symposium

    • Press release