- Theresa May’s Cabinet reshuffle in full: Michael Gove makes a Cabinet return as Environment Secretary; Damian Green is promoted to ‘First Secretary of State’, replaced as Work & Pensions Secretary by David Gauke, who is replaced as Chief Secretary to the Treasury by Liz Truss, formerly Justice Secretary. David Lidington replaces Truss; Andrea Leadsom is the new Leader of the House of Commons
- Liam Fox is reappointed as Secretary of State for International Trade; Justine Greening stays put as Education Secretary; Sajid Javid will remain Communities Secretary; Alun Cairns keeps his job as Secretary of State for Wales; Gavin Williamson remains Chief Whip; Jeremy Hunt stays put as Health Secretary; Chris Grayling stays as Transport Secretary; Priti Patel stays as International Development Secretary; James Brokenshire confirmed as Northern Ireland Secretary; Karen Bradley stays put as Culture Secretary; Jeremy Wright has been confirmed as Attorney General; Natalie Evans is Leader of the House of Lords; Sir Patrick McLoughlin remains Tory party chairman; David Mundell stays as Scotland Secretary
- Here’s how the day unfolded:
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