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Andrews, Leighton - Minister for Public Services, Welsh Government - ACOBA recommendation

Advice to Leighton Andrews, former Minister for Public Services, Welsh Government, on business appointments after leaving Crown service.

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ACOBA advice letter: Leighton Andrews, Chair, Cardiff City FC Foundation

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ACOBA advice letter: Leighton Andrews, Editorial Board Member, Journal of Public Affairs

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ACOBA Advice letter: Leighton Andrews, Advisor, Learning Possibilities

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ACOBA Advice letter: Leighton Andrews, Chair, Digital Task Force, National Assembly for Wales

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ACOBA advice letter: Leighton Andrews, Professor of Practice in Public Leadership, Cardiff University

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ACOBA advice letter: Leighton Andrews, Director, Cwmni Digidol, and Trustee, Cardiff City FC Foundation

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ACOBA Advice letter: Leighton Andrews, External Adviser, The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce

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Details

The letters to Leighton Andrews, former Minister for Public Services, Welsh Government.

His applications were subject to conditions under the Government’s Business Appointment Rules.

Published 31 March 2014
Last updated 20 February 2018 + show all updates
  1. Appointment as Chair of Cardiff City FC Foundation added.
  2. Appointment with RSA added
  3. Appointment with Journal of Public Affairs added.
  4. Appointments added - with Learning Possibilities and the Digital Task Force, National Assembly for Wales
  5. Added appointment with Cardiff University
  6. Added appointment with Cardiff City FC Foundation
  7. Added appointment with Cwmni Digidol
  8. Appointment with Cardiff University added
  9. First published.