Andrew Lansley reflects on the development of the 2012 Health and Social Care Act, and on its legacy on the NHS.
Baroness Fairhead was interviewed on 12 February 2021 for the Institute for Government’s Ministers Reflect project.
Andrew Murrison discusses the particularities of the Ministry of Defense and the Northern Ireland Office.
Nick Hurd reflects on his experience working in five departments, for three prime ministers, over nearly a decade.
Lord Duncan of Springbank was interviewed on 8 January 2021 for the Institute for Government’s Ministers Reflect project.
Margot James reflects on serving in a government with a small parliamentary majority and during the political turmoil of exiting the European Union.
Amber Rudd reflects on her time working with three different prime ministers, the implications of the EU referendum and resigning as home secretary.
Jeremy Wright reflects on giving legal advice to government, the styles of different PMs and the importance of DCMS as an economic department.
Andrea Leadsom reflects on working to deliver Brexit in different departments, reforms to the House of Commons and learning about energy on the job.
Sam Gyimah reflects on working across two departments, dealing with prison riots and government’s relationship with universities.