Call to halt revolving door as new UK IP Minister unveiled
Jo Johnson, a Member of Parliament since 2010, has been confirmed as the new Minister for Intellectual Property. The move comes at a crucial time given uncertainty over the UK’s future intellectual property landscape in the wake of the BREXIT vote – making it important that he occupies the role for longer than some of his predecessors.
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