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From Olympic ‘mug' to Prime Minister's right-hand man

1 month ago   |   By Belfast telegraph

Boris Johnson's new chief of staff once described himself as the “mug” who took on the job of putting together a budget for the 2012 London Olympics while working as a senior Treasury official.
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Dan Rosenfield is Johnson's new Chief of Staff. That's the admin sorted . But what about the politics?

1 month ago   |   By Conservative Home

Dominic Cummings goes out and Dan Rosenfield comes in through Downing Street's revolving door. They are ships that almost passed in the night.
Rosenfield is a former civil servant; Cummings distrusted the civil service. He worked for Alistair Darling and George Osborne, both faces from the vanished pre-EU referendum world. Cummings helped to destroy it. Rosenfeld then went to Hakluyt, a strategic advisory firm, via Bank of America. This is Planet Remain territory, not Leave Country.
Such comparisons are bound to be made today in the wake of Rosenfeld's appointment as the Prime Minister's...
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Boris Johnson's new chief of staff heads charity which criticised cut to foreign aid

1 month ago   |   By The Independent

Former Treasury official appointed weeks after Downing Street civil war which ousted Dominic Cummings
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Boris Johnson appoints Dan Rosenfield as No 10 chief of staff

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Little-known former Treasury adviser currently works for corporate advisory firm Hakluyt Boris Johnson has appointed Dan Rosenfield, a relatively little-known former Treasury official and banker, to become his chief of staff, a key part of a reorganisation process following the departure of Dominic Cummings. Rosenfield currently works for Hakluyt, an upmarket corporate advisory firm that has a number of former intelligence members among its staff. He will take over from Edward Lister, Johnson's longtime aide and interim chief of staff, on 1 January.
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Ex-Investment Banker Dan Rosenfield Is Boris Johnson's New Chief Of Staff

Ex-Investment Banker Dan Rosenfield Is Boris Johnson's New Chief Of Staff

1 month ago   |   By Huffington Post

A former Treasury official and top investment banker for Bank of America will run Downing Street for Boris Johnson, it has been announced. Dan Rosenfield has been appointed as chief of staff at Number 10 and is expected to begin work on December 7. Rosenfield's most recent role was as head of the strategic advisory firm Hakluyt and, as managing director for investment banking at Bank of America, he could have valuable insight as Britain bids to close the US-UK trade deal. But it is his previous career, spanning more than a decade, in the UK civil service, which will attract attention...
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Boris Johnson appoints new chief of staff after losing two top advisers

Boris Johnson appoints new chief of staff after losing two top advisers

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Boris Johnson is shaking up his senior leadership team
The Prime Minister has appointed a new chief of staff after one of his closest aides turned down the job and resigned.
Boris Johnson has hired business consultant and former Treasury official Dan Rosenfield for the role.
It comes after the PM's spin doctor Lee Cain refused the promotion and handed in his resignation .
His decision to quit followed months of ‘toxic' factional infighting in Number 10 and soon led to the departure of Dominic Cummings , Cain's close ally and one of Johnson's top aides.
The drama in Downing Street has...
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Boris Johnson appoints Dan Rosenfield as new chief of staff

1 month ago   |   By Evening Standard

Boris Johnson has appointed former Treasury official Dan Rosenfield as his new chief of staff.
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