Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

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Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

The head of the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, which is the department of the British government responsible for Internet and media regulation in the United Kingdom and for the promotion of the arts, sports, and creative economic sectors in England alone. The secretary is appointed by the monarch on the advice of the prime minister.
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Shadow Culture, Media and Sport Secretary Ivan Lewis described the cuts as "disproportionate".
CULTURE, Media and Sport Secretary Ben Bradshaw today defended Britain's performance in the Winter Olympics.
Shadow culture, media and sport secretary Jeremy Hunt raised concerns over how Sir Alan could combine the two jobs.
Culture, Media and Sport Secretary Andy Burnham indicated that the move was the first step towards the scrapping of all pool entry charges by the time the Games open in 2012.
Blaenau Gwent MP Peter Law, who also represents the constituency at the National Assembly, calls on Welsh Secretary Peter Hain to raise the prospect with Culture, Media and Sport Secretary Tessa Jowell.
But Tory shadow Culture, Media and Sport secretary Julie Kirkbride hit back: "There's no reason Scotland and Wales can't have God Save the Queen at their events.
Shadow Culture, Media and Sport secretary Tim Yeo asked Ms Jowell: 'Will she confirm that her statement breaks the promise she made to the backers of the Birmingham bid?
Tessa Jowell, Culture, Media and Sport Secretary, told MPs that if the Wembley project failed, then "strong proposals" from Birmingham should be taken forward.
TESSA Jowell, the Culture, Media and Sport Secretary, has broken her silence with a ruling that is welcome in every newsroom.
Culture, Media and Sport Secretary Tessa Jowell and Sports Minister Richard Caborn escaped censure but the report condemned their predecessors, the Government as a whole, and Sport England.
Current Culture, Media and Sport Secretary Tessa Jowell and Sports Minister Richard Caborn escaped censure, but the report blasted their predecessors, the Government as a whole, and funding body Sport England.
Culture, Media and Sport Secretary Tessa Jowell will then consider it over the following week, when she is visiting relatives in the United States.
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