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Theresa May’s Cabinet reshuffle in full

14 July 2016

1:35 PM

14 July 2016

1:35 PM

Theresa May has now finished the task of appointing her Cabinet. Here’s the list in full of who is in, who is out and who stayed put:

Theresa May: Prime Minister (was Home Secretary)
Philip Hammond: Chancellor (was Foreign Secretary)
Boris Johnson: Foreign Secretary (was Minister without Portfolio)
Amber Rudd: Home Secretary (was Energy Secretary)
Michael Fallon: Defence Secretary (stays in his role)
Liam Fox: International Trade Secretary (new entry)
David Davis: Brexit Secretary (new entry)
Liz Truss: Justice Secretary (was Environment Secretary)
Justine Greening: Education Secretary (was Secretary of state for International Development)
Jeremy Hunt: Health Secretary (stays in his role)
Damian Green: Work and Pensions Secretary
Chris Grayling: Transport Secretary (was leader of the Commons)
Andrea Leadsom: Environment Secretary
Gavin Williamson: Chief Whip (new entry)
Patrick McLoughlin: Tory party chairman (was Transport Secretary)
Natalie Evans: Leader of the Lords (new entry)
James Brokenshire: Northern Ireland Secretary (was minister for security and immigration)
Sajid Javid: Communities Secretary (was secretary of state for Business)
Karen Bradley: Culture Secretary (new entry)
Alun Cairns: Welsh Secretary (stays in his role)
Priti Patel: International Development Secretary (was employment secretary)
Greg Clark: Business and Energy Secretary (was communities secretary)
David Mundell: Scottish Secretary (stays in his role)
David Gauke: Chief Secretary to the Treasury (was financial secretary to the Treasury)
David Lidington: Leader of the House of Commons
Jeremy Wright: Attorney General (stays in role)
Ben Gummer: Minister for the Cabinet Office.

Key departures:

George Osborne has left the government
Michael Gove has been sacked as Justice Secretary
Nicky Morgan has been sacked as Education Secretary
John Whittingdale has been sacked as Culture Secretary
Stephen Crabb has resigned as Work and Pensions Secretary
Theresa Villiers is no longer the Northern Ireland Secretary
Tina Stowell is no longer Lords leader

And in this week’s Spectator Podcast, Isabel Hardman talks to Fraser Nelson, James Forsyth and US diplomat Colleen Graffy about the return of Boris Johnson and Theresa May’s first Cabinet appointments:

 


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