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Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury

The Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury is a member of the Shadow Cabinet, and is the deputy to the Shadow Chancellor. The Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury acts as the primary opposition to the equivalent Governmental position, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, who is deputy to the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Currently the position of Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury is held by Peter Dowd of the Labour Party.

List of Shadow Chief Secretary to the TreasuryEdit

Name Portrait Entered office Left office Political part
Bryan Gould   30 October 1986 13 July 1987 Labour
Gordon Brown   13 July 1987 9 January 1989 Labour
Margaret Beckett   9 January 1989 18 July 1992 Labour
Harriet Harman   18 July 1992 21 July 1994 Labour
Andrew Smith   21 July 1994 25 July 1996 Labour
Alistair Darling   25 July 1996 3 May 1997 Labour
David Heathcoat-Amory   19 June 1997 26 September 2000 Conservative
Oliver Letwin   26 September 2000 18 September 2001 Conservative
John Bercow   18 September 2001 11 November 2003 Conservative
Howard Flight   11 November 2003 14 June 2004 Conservative
George Osborne   14 June 2004 10 May 2005 Conservative
Philip Hammond   10 May 2005 6 December 2005 Conservative
Theresa Villiers   6 December 2005 2 July 2007 Conservative
Philip Hammond   2 July 2007 11 May 2010 Conservative
Liam Byrne   11 May 2010 8 October 2010 Labour
Angela Eagle   8 October 2010 7 October 2011 Labour
Rachel Reeves   7 October 2011 7 October 2013 Labour
Chris Leslie   7 October 2013 11 May 2015 Labour
Shabana Mahmood 11 May 2015 13 September 2015 Labour
Seema Malhotra   13 September 2015 26 June 2016 Labour
Rebecca Long-Bailey   27 June 2016 9 February 2017 Labour
Peter Dowd   9 February 2017 Incumbent Labour

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