Minister for Security and Immigration
|Minister for Security and Immigration|
Arms of Her Majesty's Government
|Inaugural holder||James Brokenshire|
|Formation||8 February 2014|
The Minister for Security and Immigration is a junior ministerial position in the Home Office. The post was created on 8 February 2014 by combining the roles of Minister for Security and Minister of State for Immigration, following the resignation of the Minister for Immigration Mark Harper MP. James Brokenshire MP, then the Minister for Security, assumed the enlarged role. Brokenshire has a permanent seat on the National Security Council (NSC).
|Portrait||Term of office||Political party||P.M.||Home Sec.|
(Crime and Security, Security and Immigration)
|8 February 2014||Incumbent||Conservative||Cameron||May|
- "Cameron chairs first UK security council meeting". BBC News. 12 May 2010. Retrieved 15 May 2010.
- "Minister for Security and Immigration". Home Office. February 2014. Retrieved 20 March 2014.
- Minister for Security and Immigration