The Green Party has decisively voted Jonathan Bartley as co-leader alongside the party's only MP Caroline Lucas.
Bartley, who is also the party's work and pensions spokesperson, will share the role with Brighton Pavilion MP Lucas in the first co-leadership arrangement of any mainstream UK political party.
The pair were elected with 86% of the vote at the Green Party's annual conference at the University of Birmingham on 2 September.
The party confirmed Bartley will continue as spokesperson for work and pensions policy.
The party advocates for member-nominated trustee boards, and argues no changes should be made to schemes without the approval of members.
It also said it would close the loophole that allows schemes to only pay death benefits to partners of members in same-sex marriages or civil partnerships from 2005, when civil partnerships were introduced.
Bartley is also founder and director of thinktank Ekklesia.
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