Minister of State

Lucy Frazer QC MP

Biography

Lucy Frazer QC was appointed as a Minister of State at the Ministry of Justice on 25 July 2019.

She was Solicitor General from 9 May 2019 to 25 July 2019.

She was previously Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Ministry of Justice.

She was elected as Conservative MP for South East Cambridgeshire in 2015.

Minister of State

  • Prison operations, policy, reform and industrial relations
  • Probation services, policy, reform and industrial relations
  • Public protection (including Parole Board, IPPs and Serious Further Offences)
  • Offender health
  • Female offenders
  • Transgender offenders
  • Veteran offenders
  • Foreign national offenders (joint work with Chris Philp MP)
  • Offender rehabilitation and release
  • Reducing Reoffending (joint work with Kit Malthouse MP)
  • Extremism
  • ROTL and HDC
  • Electronic monitoring (joint work with Kit Malthouse MP)
  • Youth Justice

The minister also provides support on Global Britain and the promotion of legal services.

More about this role

Ministry of Justice

Previous roles in government

  1. Solicitor General
  2. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State

Announcements

  1. Coronavirus (COVID-19) prison preparedness: Lucy Frazer statement
  2. AGO transparency data July-September 2019
  3. AGO transparency data April-June 2019
  4. More jail time for mother complicit in daughter’s sexual assault
  5. 99 criminals have sentences increased under unduly lenient sentence scheme
  6. Solicitor General welcomes modern slavery conviction
  7. Bolton robber who broke victim’s cheekbone jailed for longer
  8. Sentence increase for teaching assistant who had sex with her pupil
  9. Child sex offender to face custodial sentence
  10. Paedophile jailed by Court of Appeal