Former trainer Jonathan Gullis has urged he has taken on the faculties temporary in his new function as an schooling minister.
The MP for Stoke-on-Trent North joined the Division for Training (DfE) as a parliamentary under-secretary of state earlier this month.
Nonetheless, it was unclear precisely the place his obligations would lie – along with his temporary, together with that of fellow new minister Kelly Tolhurst, but to be formally introduced.
The DfE advised the PA information company ministerial portfolios will likely be confirmed subsequent week.
However Mr Gullis’s LinkedIn web page has already been up to date to state he’s now the minister for varsity requirements.
With Andrea Jenkyns serving because the minister for abilities, additional and better schooling, this implies Ms Tolhurst might assume the kids and households remit.
Mr Gullis, who used to take a seat on the Commons Training Committee, is a vocal proponent of the grammar college system, and has run a marketing campaign to scrap the ban on opening new establishments.
He could be one other contemporary face within the faculties minister function, succeeding Will Quince and Robin Walker, who each held the job for only a matter of months.
His new boss, Training Secretary Kit Malthouse, not too long ago grew to become the fifth particular person to carry the highest put up within the division within the house of a yr.