Parliamentary Under Secretary of State

Nick Hurd

Biography

Nick Hurd was appointed as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (PUSS) at Department for International Development on 28 November 2015.

He previously served as the Minister for Civil Society from May 2010 until July 2014. He has been the Conservative MP for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner since May 2010.

Education

Nick studied at Eton College before graduating from Oxford University.

Political career

While in opposition, Nick served as Opposition Whip and a member of the shadow teams for Justice, Communities and Local Government, before being appointed Shadow Minister for Charity, Social Enterprise and Volunteering in October 2008.

Career outside politics

Nick spent 18 years in business, including 5 years representing a British bank in Brazil. He has been a trustee of the Greenhouse Schools charity and currently serves as a governor of Coteford Junior School.

Personal life

Nick is married with 6 children.

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State

Responsibilities to be confirmed.

Previous roles in government

  1. Parliamentary Secretary (Minister for Civil Society)

    • 2010 to 2014

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  1. UK at forefront of energy and climate issues in Africa

    • News story
  2. Hurd: UK aid helping Sierra Leone move beyond Ebola

    • News story
  3. Education for all: Nick Hurd speech

    • Speech
  4. UK's continued support to Nigeria in the fight against Boko Haram

    • Press release
  5. International Development Minister Nick Hurd stresses the importance of fair elections in the DRC

    • Press release
  6. UK and GSMA partner on mobile technology to fight global poverty

    • Press release
  7. UK leads humanitarian response to food crisis in Malawi

    • Press release
  8. UK partners with Jimmy Carter to eradicate Guinea Worm

    • Press release
  9. Hurd: Ethiopia agreement will help us transform Africa’s solar market

    • Press release
  10. Britain scales up its response to Ethiopia’s growing food crisis

    • Press release