Andrew Selous takes on youth justice portfolio

July 22, 2014 3:38 pm

Andrew Selous was confirmed as the minister who will take on responsibility for youth justice late last week. The Conservative MP for South West Bedfordshire was one of the final junior ministers to be appointed as part of the Cabinet reshuffle, when he was announced minister for prisons and rehabilitation late on Wednesday. Then on Friday it was confirmed he will be responsible for youth justice, alongside his other responsibilities of rehabilitation, prisons, and probation. He replaces Jeremy Wright who was made Attorney General in the reshuffle.

He becomes the third youth justice minister of the current parliament, replacing Jeremy Wright who was made Attorney General in the reshuffle. – See more at:

July 22, 2014 3:38 pm


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