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Amber Rudd among former ministers to stress importance of oil and gas industry

Former home secretary Amber Rudd is among five former ministers from across the UK who will sign a pledge calling for support from the UK and Scottish governments for the oil and gas industry.The cross-party group will sign the declaration in Aberdeen on Monday, stressing the importance of the industry to the push for net zero.The UK Government has set a target of reaching net zero by 2050, while the Scottish Government hopes to do so by 2045.Along with Ms Rudd – who served in Theresa May’s government and as energy secretary under David Cameron – are Lib Dem MP...
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British Gas owner appoints Amber Rudd as a director

British Gas owner Centrica has appointed the former government minister Amber Rudd as a non-executive director. The former home secretary also previously served as secretary of state for energy and climate change from 2015 to 2016 in David Cameron’s government during her decade as a Conservative MP. Her recruitment...
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Former Energy Secretary Amber Rudd joins board of British Gas owner

The former energy secretary Amber Rudd is joining the board of British Gas owner Centrica as it prepares to fight for an overhaul of the power market which she helped to create. Ms Rudd is to become an independent director at Centrica as energy providers step up lobbying efforts for...
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Amber Rudd joins PR firm founded by anti-Brexit brother

Amber Rudd, the former Home Secretary, is joining the PR firm founded by her brother Roland Rudd, who backed campaigns to hold a second Brexit referendum. Ms Rudd is becoming an adviser at Finsbury Glovery Hering after an 18-month stint at rival Teneo, City AM first reported. Her shift into...
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Finsbury Glover Hering poaches Amber Rudd and Sir Craig Oliver from Teneo

Amber Rudd and Sir Craig Oliver have resigned from Teneo and are now understood to be on six months’ gardening leave before joining FGH next year. Oliver, former director of communications in 10 Downing Street under David Cameron, has spent the past five years as senior managing director at Teneo.
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