Baroness Neville-Jones

Baroness Neville-Jones's full title is The Rt Hon. the Baroness Neville-Jones DCMG. Her name is Lilian Pauline Neville-Jones, 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.

Crypto and Digital Assets
To provide a forum for parliamentarians to discuss the challenges and opportunities relating to the growth and competitiveness of the crypto sector and to explore the need for future regulation.
Cyber Security
To be a forum for cyber security briefings and discussion. To address developments in cyber security systems and techniques affecting consumers, business and its role in defence, the UK economy/society and the Critical National Infrastructure. To examine security, identity, regulation and fraud. To raise awareness and understanding for non-specialists.
Digital Skills
To provide a forum for parliamentarians, educators and employers to promote the importance of digital skills and to encourage a greater understanding of digital skills for personal, educational and career development.
Vice Chair
To encourage, support and promote entrepreneurship. Also ensures that parliament is kept up to date on what is needed to create and sustain the most favourable conditions for entrepreneurship.
Photonics and Quantum
To raise awareness of the photonics industry and recognise the impact it makes on the UK economy and its potential for future economic growth.
Vice Chair
Polar Regions
Informing MPs and Peers about topical issues affecting the Arctic and Antarctic.
Vice Chair
Rare, Genetic and Undiagnosed Conditions
To increase awareness in Parliament of rare, genetic and undiagnosed conditions and help to ensure that patients and families affected by those conditions have access to appropriate care and support.
Vice Chair