David Evennett MP re-appointed as lord commissioner for HM Treasury by Theresa May in post-election cabinet reshuffle

PUBLISHED: 10:47 15 June 2017 | UPDATED: 10:56 15 June 2017

David Evennett was elected for the fourth time

David Evennett was elected for the fourth time


The Tory MP beat his Labour rival, Stefano Borella, by 20 per cent of the election vote

David Evennett, the newly re-elected MP for Bexleyheath and Crayford, has be re-appointed to his ministerial role in the government as lord commissioner of HM Treasury in the post general election reshuffle.

Mr Evennett, said: “I am delighted to have been re-appointed by the prime minister to her team. I look forward to continuing in my Ministerial job and helping implement the Conservative Government’s agenda”.

Conservative, Mr Evennett, beat his Labour rival Stefano Borella, by 20 per cent of the vote on June 8, and was re-elected to his seat for the fourth time.

Following his election victory, Mr Evennett’s said: “It is an honour and privilege to be re-elected to serve the people of Bexleyheath and Crayford and I am delighted with the support I received locally.”

His MP advice surgeries will resume from Friday, June 16.

They will still be held on the first and third Friday of every month, except August, between 4-6pm at 17 Church Road, Bexleyheath.

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