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STOKER QUITS NLGN CHAIR AFTER SIX YEARS

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Professor Gerry Stoker has stepped aside as chair of the New Local Government Network board of trustees, after six ...
Professor Gerry Stoker has stepped aside as chair of the New Local Government Network board of trustees, after six years at the helm.

Prof Stoker's replacement by public sector lawyer Helen Randall comes amid a series of big-name appointments to the board, including TV historian Tristram Hunt and former Number 10 adviser and LGC columnist Michael Emmerich.

Others to join the NLGN advisory board include BBC head of value for money Paul Kirby. He was formerly director of reform strategy at the Cabinet Office.

Prof Stoker, who will remain on the board, had been chair since the think-tank's birth in 1998.
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