Chris Bryant- Member of Parliament of the Rhondda is all set to serve as the Shadow Minister for Creative Industries and Digital in Developments for Culture, Media and Sport and Science, Innovation and Technology in Labour Health.
The decision has been announced after the reshuffling of the Shadow Ministers of the Labour Party on Wednesday. Following his appointment, MP Chris Bryant expressed pleasure and pledged to work hard for the overall development of the technology.
While taking to Twitter, MP Bryant said,” I am delighted to be appointed Shadow Minister for Creative Industries and Digital.”
He reiterated his commitment to serving the nation through the ministry. MP Bryant said that creativity drives the UK’s potential. It creates jobs. It enlivens their imagination. They need to cherish and celebrate it and make it available to all.
Through his social media, he also announced his resignation as Chair of the Standards Committee to Speaker with immediate effect. He said that anyone who has ever sat on the standards committee will agree that is not an easy task.
MP Bryant also writes in his resignation letter that the committee is an important part of the democratic system. It is one of the few checks and balances the country have, and it has been an honour to have enjoyed the support of the House in chairing.
While extending his best wishes to the committee, MP said that he urges his colleagues to give it their enduring support and he wishes his successor well. He said that the privileges committee under his chairmanship also produced an important report on clarifying and strengthening the powers of select committees.
Additionaly, several people on social media expressed pleasure and extended greetings to MP Bryant. One of the users named Rich Minshaw said,” Great work as Chair of the Committee. Congrats on the new post and for the use of “gallimaufry”.
MP Bryant said that he will work for the betterment of the ministry and adopt progressive path. With the creativity and innovation, the technological aspects will be developed in the United Kingdom.
Several re-appointments and new appointments have been made on Wednesday during the reshuffling of the Shadow Minister in Labour Health.