Jesse Norman new transport minister after Johnson resigns over Brexit

November 13, 2018 Alexander Whiteman

The UK government has been busy reshuffling its deck following the resignation of transport minister Jo Johnson (brother of Boris) last week. First up, Infrastructure Intelligence reports Mr Johnson’s immediate replacement has been announced as Jesse Norman. Mr Norman has vacated the rail minister seat, which was quickly filled by MP for Harrogate, Knaresborough & Boroughbridge Andrew Jones.

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