May 2010
Community Care;5/20/2010, Issue 1819, p9
The article announces that Michael Gove has been appointed as the secretary of state at the Great Britain department for education, Sarah Teather has been appointed as minister of state for children and families at the department for education and Andrew Lansley has been appointed as the secretary of state at the Great Britain department of health.


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