Baroness McIntosh of Pickering

Baroness McIntosh of Pickering's full title is The Baroness McIntosh of Pickering. Her name is Anne Caroline Ballingall McIntosh, and she is a current member of the House of Lords.

APPG officer roles

All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal cross-party groups that have no official status within Parliament. They are run by and for Members of the Commons and Lords, though many choose to involve individuals and organisations from outside Parliament in their administration and activities.

Officer Roles are drawn from the latest edition of the Register of APPGs. To see the latest edition of the register, go to Published Register of APPGs.

Child Contact Centres and Services
To raise greater awareness in Parliament of the work of the National Association of Child Contact Centres in supporting children during separation; and of the important role of child contact centres and services in facilitating contact with non-residential parents.
Corporate Responsibility
To promote debate and understanding of corporate responsibility.
Vice Chair
To promote dance as an art form and physical activity amongst Parliamentarians and policy makers and the unique and important role it has to play in education, health and wellbeing, community cohesion, social mobility and diversity. To support and build resilience for the sector and its workforce for the long term, including in particular for freelancers and independent artists.
To promote relations between Britain and Denmark, their parliaments and people.
Food and Drink
To act as the voice of food and drink in parliament. The Group serves to raise the profile of the food and drink industry, allowing MPs and Peers to explore issues affecting the industry through a programme of events, topical discussions, and site visits.
To debate current and future issues of strategic importance to the UK’s automotive industry, motorsport industry and vehicle users, focusing on the role of the motor vehicle, including the environmental impact; and to promote dialogue between politicians, these industries, users and other stakeholders. The joint-secretariat partners collaborate to support this mission.
Vice Chair
Night Time Economy
To recognise the cultural and economic importance of nightlife to the UK. To provide a cross-party voice for nightlife businesses, supply chains and patrons. To support parliamentarians’ understanding of how the sector operates. To identify solutions to challenges facing the sector and how nightlife can support the UK’s economic recovery from Covid-19.
Vice Chair
To promote relations between the UK and Norway.
Vice Chair
Racing and Bloodstock
To keep parliamentarians and the government up to date with issues in horseracing and bloodstock; to foster good relations with the various parts of horseracing, and between them; and for connected purposes.
Vice Chair
To provide a focus for members to monitor government and regulatory policy and maintain a dialogue with consumers and those with an interest or a duty in relation to the environment and the water industry.