Following cull by new Prime Minister Boris Johnson which has seen 17 MPs lose jobs
Matt Hancock, who was appointed health and social care secretary last summer, has kept his position amid a major cabinet reshuffle. Amber Rudd, we reported earlier, will remain as work and pensions secretary and Sajid Javid has replaced Phillip Hammond who resigned as Chancellor of the Exchequer as a result of Boris Johnson's prime ministerial confirmation yesterday. Johnson caused disruption during his first day in office yesterday as 17 ministers lost their jobs, including half of Theresa...
On Thursday 12 March
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