Officers of the Group

President - Lord Gordon of Strathblane

Lord Gordon of Strathblane

With an interest in broadcasting, tourism and constitutional affairs, Lord Gordon has been Vice Chair of both the BBC and Commercial Radio All Party Groups since 2002. Between 1998 and 2001 he was a Board member of the British Tourist Authority and Chair of the Scottish Tourist Board. A Director of Johnston Press plc the Active Capital Trust plc and the former Chairman of Scottish Radio Holdings.

Chairman - Jonathan Djanogly MP

Jonathan Djanogly MP

Jonathan Djanogly was elected as MP for the Huntingdon constituency in 2001. After graduating from Law School in 1988, Jonathan joined the City law firm, S J Berwin LLP, becoming a partner in 1998, resigning his partnership in July 2009. His specialty areas of practice were corporate law and corporate governance. He served on Westminster City Council from 1994 to 2000. During this time he chaired various committees of the unitary authority, including the Traffic, Planning Applications, Contracts, Environment and Social Services Committees. In the House of Commons he served on the Select Committee for Trade and Industry and the All Party Group on Corporate Governance. In 2006 he became secretary of the Conservative Working Group on Responsible Business - which was formed, at the request of David Cameron, to advise the Party on Corporate Responsibility issues. He was appointed Shadow Minister for Home, Constitutional and Legal Affairs in 2004. In 2005 he was appointed Shadow Solicitor General and also Shadow Minister Trade and Industry, now Business, Innovation, and Skills, with specific responsibility for corporate governance. From May 2010 ? September 2012, he served as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice in the Coalition Government with responsibilities which included Legal Aid, the Courts and the provision of legal services.

Officer - Baroness Bowles of Berkhamsted

Baroness Bowles of Berkhamsted

Officer - Mark Garnier MP

Mark Garnier MP

Officer - Kirsty Blackman MP

Kirsty Blackman MP

Members of the Group

View Full ListThe APPCGG comprises of hundreds of members from both Houses of Parliament, reflecting the significant interest in the future direction of corporate governance across all political parties.