Trump administration plans to make doctor of education in UK the top position of UK government

The White House has announced plans to create the highest-ranking doctor of science in the country.

The move, which is set to take effect in 2019, will be seen as a bid to bolster the career of one of the country’s brightest minds in medicine.

“The president is determined to create a strong future for Britain’s future,” said Trump’s chief of staff, John Kelly.

“As part of the administration’s strategy to revitalise Britain’s science and technology sector, we will strengthen the position of the world’s leading Doctor of Science and Technology (Doctor of Education).”

The Doctor of Education will be given the title of “Doctor of Science in Education” and will be the first person to hold the post in the UK since the country was created in the 1960s.

The title of the position will be announced in a new report to be published by the Department for Education.

The report will include recommendations to improve the career prospects for the current doctor of educator.

It will also include a new position for a “career development officer”, a position that would provide guidance to the new role.

The report says the new position will have a dedicated professional staff, a board of directors and a governance structure.

“We believe the future of education will be driven by the needs of learners, students and their families,” said the Department of Education.

“The role of a doctor of educational is to help shape our society’s future through the delivery of quality education.”

The position will need to be nominated by a committee of the UK’s top medical profession and would be open to anyone who wishes to take up the role.

It is understood the move will create a major challenge for the countrys leading doctor of medicine, Dr David Wilkins, who is the chair of the Royal College of Physicians.

Wilkins, whose appointment has been challenged in recent years, said he was concerned about the future prospects of the new doctor of the future.

“There are a number of areas in which I am concerned,” he said.

“I think it is a little bit naive of the British public to think that the doctor of knowledge would be a one-size-fits-all position.

I do believe it is important that there is a balance between what is required and what is right for the future.”

The government will be keen to retain the position even if it was a move that was opposed by some of the most respected medical organisations in the world.

The University of Reading’s Professor Alan Wilson told the BBC he had not heard of the appointment, but believed it was an “exciting” move.

“It will be exciting for us, it will be very exciting for people in the wider community and it will also give people confidence in the future, because it will put people in an organisation where they can get their education,” he told the Radio 4 Today programme.

The Doctor in Education position would come with an additional salary of £150,000, with the money coming from the government.

“I think the best way to look at this is that we will be paying it out of the budget, which the budget for education is currently £3 billion a year,” he added.

“So this is going to provide funding to the government to get more young people into a degree.”

The appointment comes after the Education Secretary, Justine Greening, said that the future leadership of the NHS was in the hands of the health service.

The role would be created to help the government better align its priorities with the health services, while also ensuring that the UK has the best scientists and the best people in health care.