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Mark Sedwill has announced he will step down from his role as Cabinet Secretary, National Security Adviser and Head of the Civil Service in September.
John Mothersole has been appointed England Chair of the National Lottery Community Fund. Kate Still has been appointed Scotland Chair.
Stephen Cohen has been reappointed as a Commissioner of the Gambling Commission for four years from 12 November.
Venki Ramakrishnan has been appointed as a Trustee of the British Library for four years.
Diane Corner has been appointed as Consul-General to Jerusalem from Spring, replacing Philip Hall.
Anna Clunes has been appointed as Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of Poland, in succession to Jonathan Knott.
Paul Johnston has been appointed as Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Ireland, in succession to Robin Barnett.
Nick Ephgrave has been appointed as a Policing Member on the Sentencing Council for England and Wales for three years.
Nigel Houlton has been names as the new Future Missions Director of Magnox Ltd.
Kathryn Gray and Mark Hoble have been appointed as members of the Police Remuneration Review Body & National Crime Agency Remuneration Review Body.
Eleanor Shawcross and Rachel Wolf have been named as Non-Executive Board Members at the Department for Work and Pensions.
House of Commons
Neale Hanvey has replaced Amy Callaghan as a member of the Health and Social Care Committee.
House of Lords
Baroness Maddock (Lib Dem, life peer) passed away on 26 June.
Lord Luce (Crossbench, life peer) retired on 29 June.
Northern Ireland Executive
Julie Andrews, Liam Hannaway, Lynne Best, Máirtín Ó Muilleoir, Sean Kelly, Una McRory and named as members on the board of Arts Council Northern Ireland.
Scottish National Party
Kirsty Blackman has resigned as Deputy Leader in Westminster.