Minister for International Security Strategy

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Minister for International Security Strategy
Incumbent
None

since 14 July 2014
StyleThe Most Honourable
AppointerPrime Minister
Formation5 October 2008
First holderThe Lady Taylor
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The Minister for International Security Strategy was a British government position. The last holder of the post was Andrew Murrison, Conservative Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry of Defence,[1]

The post was a junior ministerial position within the Ministry of Defence. It ceased to exist in 2014.

Ministers for International Defence and Security (2008–2010)[edit]

Name Portrait Term of office Political party P.M. Def.Sec.
Ann Taylor
The Lady Taylor of Bolton
5 October 2008 11 May 2010 Labour Brown Hutton

Ainsworth

Ministers for International Security Strategy (2010–present)[edit]

Name Portrait Term of office Political party P.M. Def.Sec.
Gerald Howarth Gerald Howarth, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the MOD.jpg 9 June 2010 4 September 2012 Conservative Cameron Fox

Hammond

Andrew Murrison Andrew Murrison.jpg 4 September 2012 14 July 2014 Conservative

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