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Sir Mark Sedwill to step down as UK's top civil servant

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Sir Mark Sedwill to step down as UK's top civil servant

Sir Mark Sedwill to step down as UK's top civil servant

Sir Mark Sedwill has announced he will stand down from his role as Cabinet Secretary, National Security Adviser and head of the Civil Service in September.

Boris Johnson has appointed his Europe adviser David Frost as his national security adviser, replacing Sir Mark.


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