6 Facts About Jo Johnson

1. On 9 November 2018, Jo Johnson resigned his position, citing disillusionment with the government's Brexit strategy and called for a fresh vote on Brexit with an option to remain.

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2. On 9 November 2018, Jo Johnson resigned his position, citing disillusionment with the government's Brexit strategy and called for a fresh vote on Brexit.

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3. On 9 January 2018 Jo Johnson left his role as Minister for Universities and accepted a new position as Minister of Transport and Minister for London.

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4. In this role, Jo Johnson introduced the Higher Education and Research Act 2017, which the Times Higher Education described as the most significant legislation in 25 years.

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5. On 11 May 2015, it was announced that Jo Johnson had been appointed Minister for Universities and Science at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

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6. At the time of the robbery, deputies say Jo Johnson had an active arrest warrant from Douglas.

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