Financial Secretary to the Treasury

Jane Ellison


Jane Ellison was appointed Financial Secretary to the Treasury on 15 July 2016. Previously she was Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health at the Department of Health from October 2013 until July 2016. She was elected Conservative MP for Battersea in 2010.

Financial Secretary to the Treasury

The Financial Secretary is responsible for:

  • strategic oversight of the UK tax system including direct, indirect, business, property and personal taxation
  • corporate and small business taxation
  • European and international tax issues
  • charities, the voluntary sector and gift aid
  • environment and transport taxation, North Sea oil, gas and shipping
  • excise (alcohol, tobacco) and gambling duties
  • customs policy
  • personal savings tax and pensions tax policy
  • women in the economy
  • departmental minister for HM Revenue and Customs and the Valuation Office Agency and the Government Actuary’s Department
  • parliamentary deputy on public spending issues

Previous roles in government

  1. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health

    • 2013 to 2016


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  1. Our tax cuts will matter to millions: article by Jane Ellison

    • Speech
  2. British businesses boosted by tax changes coming into effect in April

    • News story
  3. Finance Bill 2017 legislates new tax changes

    • News story
  4. Financial Secretary: "a tax system that works for individuals and businesses alike is steady, measured and consultative"

    • Speech
  5. Lifetime ISA and Help to Save: boost for savers as key schemes become law

    • News story
  6. New Year brings in new penalties for enablers of offshore tax evasion

    • News story
  7. HMRC tackles online VAT fraud in time for Christmas

    • News story
  8. Financial Secretary's remarks on the ninth edition of the Total Tax Contribution of UK Financial Services

    • Speech
  9. Finance Bill 2017: government legislates for new tax changes

    • News story
  10. UK and Colombia sign double taxation agreement

    • News story