DTI trio depart as Labour completes its reshuffle

August 1998
Cabinet Maker;08/07/98, Issue 5100, p5
Trade Publication
Cites the completion of the reshuffle of the Great Britain's Department of Trade and Industry. Appointment of Peter Mandelson to serve as secretary of state; Selection of Kim Howells to replace Nigel Griffiths as under secretary of state responsible for consumer affairs and competition; Other appointments.


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