Published by compdiskinc on June 12, 2017

Theresa May unveils new Cabinet: Priti Patel, Boris Johnson and Amber Rudd among those retained

Theresa May unveils new Cabinet: Priti Patel, Boris Johnson and Amber Rudd among those retained

London: Theresa May named her newest candidate Damian Green on Sunday as the first Secretary of State, while Priti Patel remains the foreign minister, the oldest of Indian origin, while the British Prime Minister released his new results Cabinet elections forced him to form a minority government.

Patel takes office as Cabinet Minister, the oldest of Indian origin, and will remain responsible for the Secretary of State for International Development in the new government, which in May, will focus on the success of Brexit.

His statement came after Michael Gove, one of Brexit’s motors that had been relegated to the back banks after competing for conservative leadership last July, returned to the bench as Secretary of Environment and one of the closest allies of green. Green supports as the first secretary of state, actually the first deputy prime minister.
“It’s crucial, I brought the talents of the entire conservative party. We want a country that works for everyone,” he said in Downing Street.

May said he had called “a cabinet that will participate in the work of the government, which is to deliver Brexit negotiations success. And these negotiations will begin in a week.”

The prime minister had already confirmed Friday, shortly after the results of the general election confirmed that five of his most important cabinet positions remain unchanged – including Philip Hammond, Minister of Economy, Amber Rudd as home secretary, Boris Johnson, Chancellor David Davis as Secretary Brexit and Michael Fallon in charge of the Ministry of Defense.

Other positions are planned in the cabinet to reorganize the previous administration, with key announcements Sunday.

Greg Clark holds the position of Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and David Gauke assumed the position of Minister of Labor and Pensions.

Liam Fox remains in his position as Secretary of State for International Trade, while Justine Greening was reaffirmed as Secretary of State for Education. It also gets the portfolio as a minister for women and equality.

Liz Truss appointed chief secretary of the Treasury, with the right to attend Cabinet and Pakistani origin. Sajid Javid takes his Secretary of State for local communities and government.

David Lidington supports the Lord Chancellor and the Minister of Justice and Alun Cairns as the new Secretary of State for Wales.

She also held Jeremy Hunt in her Health Secretary, Gavin Williamson is the new leader of the Whip party and the Parliamentary Secretary of the Chancellor of the Exchequer and Chris Grayling was named Transportation.

The other key cabinet members include James Brokenshire, Northern Ireland Minister, Karen Bradley as Minister of Culture, Media and Sport, and Andrea Leadsom as leader of the House of Commons.

New appointments in the cabinet will be considered as the attempt in May to surround himself with so many allies in the context of a rebellion brewing in the ranks of parties after the Conservatives suffered heavy losses in the general election on June 8 .

Far from a majority such as landslides, May was stopped celebrating 10 Downing Street, with declining authority – it lost most of the game.

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