Ministerial role

Parliamentary Secretary (Minister for the Constitution)


The Minister for the Constitution supports the Minister for Cabinet Office in delivering Cabinet Office policy.

Responsibilities include:

  • Constitution policy and democracy
  • FOI/transparency
  • Knowledge management
  • Public appointments
  • UK Statistics Authority
  • CO Parliamentary business
  • CO domestic
  • Fraud Error Debt and Grants, Government comms, Public Bodies Reform

Previous holders of this role

  1. Chris Skidmore MP

    • 2016 to 2018


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  1. Government launches plan to increase participation in democracy

    • Press release
  2. Government commits to increase diversity of all public appointments by 2022

    • Press release
  3. Written Ministerial Statement: government accountability and transparency

    • Statement to Parliament
  4. Minister holds inaugural Electoral Summit

    • News story
  5. Cabinet Office issues an Invitation to Tender for a fraud prevention and detection managed service

    • News story
  6. Minister announces accessibility improvements to voter registration service

    • News story
  7. UK Government Ministers to Engage Further with Scottish Parliament Over EU (Withdrawal) Bill

    • News story
  8. Government releases £100bn of grant data in push for greater efficiency and transparency

    • Press release
  9. Minister hosts 'Call for Evidence' roundtable to improve accessibility of elections

    • Press release
  10. Voter ID pilot to launch in local elections

    • Press release