Britain’s new coalition government
has selected a third person to oversee Overseas Territories.
MP Henry Bellingham will become
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
with responsibility for Africa and Overseas Territories.
The 55 year old Conservative represents North West Norfolk portion of England.
He was first elected to parliament in 1983.
On Tuesday, Liberal Democrat MP
Jeremy Browne was appointed as Minister of State with responsibility for
eastern and south-eastern Asia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, the
Pacific regions, and Australia.
Both ministers will serve under
William Hague, MP the FCO Secretary of State.