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Ilford North MP Lee Scott stands down as PPS to Justice Secretary Chris Grayling

09:53 28 July 2014

Lee Scott MP

Lee Scott MP

MP Lee Scott has stood down from his role as Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to Justice Secretary and Lord Chancellor Chris Grayling.

Conservative Mr Scott, who represents Ilford North, said this is due to him having been offered a new position.

He will make an announcement on his new role this week.

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