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DEFA chief executive to leave role

Richard Lole is moving to climate change role

The chief executive of the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture is leaving his role after 10 years.

Richard Lole will take up a new post in the Cabinet Office as director of climate change transformation.

Andrew Sidebottom will take up the interim CEO position for three months from next Monday (6 December).

Most recently he's worked for the last four years as director of strategic asset management and valuation within Treasury.

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