Le Jeune brings ethical edge to Fishburn Hedges

Martin Le Jeune, former assistant secretary for the Nolan Committee on standards in public life, has joined Fishburn Hedges as a consultant.

Martin Le Jeune, former assistant secretary for the Nolan Committee

on standards in public life, has joined Fishburn Hedges as a

consultant.



Prior to joining the eight-stong public affairs team, Le Jeune worked on

the Nolan Committee (now the Neill Committee) from its establishment by

the former prime minister, John Major, in 1994. He was responsible for

the research and preperation of policy papers for the committee. Le

Jeune also helped draft reports and managed the committee’s relations

with Government departments.



He has experience of both government and the private sector. He was a

civil servant at the Cabinet Office with arts ministers Richard Luce and

David Mellor.



From 1993 to 1994 he was seconded to National Westminster Bank as head

of public policy.



’I want to add to the range of expertise at Fishburn Hedges by bringing

an intimate knowledge of two things - the Civil Service, and ethical

behaviour, particularly in the public sector,’ Le Jeune said.



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