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NEW ROLE OF POLICE REFORM IN MINISTERIAL SHAKE-UP

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Former social care minister Liam Byrne has replaced Tony McNulty as immigration minister....
Former social care minister Liam Byrne has replaced Tony McNulty as immigration minister.

Mr McNulty has been moved to take charge of police reform.

Home secretary John Reid said that reducing fear and increasing fairness will be the driving force behind the work of the Home Office.

The new Home Office team consists of:

Home Secretary - John Reid

Overall responsibility for the Home Office

Minister of State for nationality, citizenship and immigration with cross departmental responsibility for delivery - Liam Byrne

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State - Joan Ryan

Minister of State for policing, security and community safety with cross departmental responsibility for parliamentary business - Tony McNulty

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State - Vernon Coaker

Minister of State for criminal justice and offender management with cross departmental responsibility for legal advice - Baroness Scotland

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State - Gerry Sutcliffe

* Brief biographies for team can be read here.

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