The Labour group for Lincolnshire County Council has chosen its shadow executive members.
Labour became the official opposition to the Conservative-run council on September 13 with its 12 seats out of the 77, after six UKIP members broke away from the party to form the Lincolnshire UKIP group.
The new shadow members and their portfolios are:
- Councillor John Hough (Leader) – Policy, Property, Communications, Procurement and Commissioning
- Councillor Robert Parker (Deputy Leader) – Finance, Economic Development, Environment, Planning and Tourism
- Councillor Sarah Dodds – Adult Care and Children’s Services
- Councillor Robin Renshaw – Highways, Transport and IT
- Councillor Kev Clarke – Fire and Rescue, Emergency Planning, Trading Standards and Equality and Diversity
- Councillor Judy Renshaw – Waste and Recycling
- Councillor Rosanne Kirk – Health Services, NHS Liaison and Community Engagement
- Councillor Phil Dilks – Libraries, Heritage, Culture, Registration and Coroners Service
- Councillor Nev Jackson – Crime Reduction, People Management and Legal