Jo Johnson returns as IP minister
Neville-Rolfe steps down from UK government IP role
keith Larby / Shutterstock.com (Jo Johnson, pictured)
The UK government has chosen Jo Johnson, a member of parliament (MP) and the current innovation minister, as the new minister for intellectual property.
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