Emma Reynolds appointed pensions minister

Parliamentary secretary in the Treasury

Holly Roach
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Emma Reynolds has been appointed as pensions minister.

Reynolds has been the MP for Wycombe since the general election last week and was formerly an MP between 2010 and 2019. In 2010 she was selected by then-Labour leader Ed Miliband as a shadow junior Foreign Office minister and in 2011 she was promoted to the role of shadow Europe minister. In 2013, she became shadow housing minister and in 2015 she became shadow communities and local government secretary. Tulip Siddiq appointed Labour's City minister On Monday (8 July), the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) announced Reynolds had been appointed as a parliamentary secretary at t...

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