Matt Hancock

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Matt Hancock
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Official portrait, 2020
Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
In office
9 July 2018 26 June 2021
  1. Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Skills from 6 September 2012 to 7 October 2013. [1]

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