Thursday, 14 July 2016

Theresa May's first Cabinet

 The new cabinet via the Guardian
Theresa May - Prime minister
Philip Hammond - Chancellor (promoted - was foreign secretary)
Boris Johnson - Foreign secretary (promoted - was backbencher)
Amber Rudd - Home secretary (promoted - was energy secretary)
Michael Fallon - Defence secretary (no change)
David Davis - Brexit secretary (promoted - was backbencher)
Liam Fox - International trade secretary (promoted - was backbencher)
Liz Truss - Justice secretary (promoted - was environment secretary)
Justine Greening - Education secretary and minister for women and equalities (promoted - was international development secretary)
Gavin Williamson - Chief whip (promoted - was David Cameron’s PPS. The chief whip attends cabinet, but often the chief whip is not technically a cabinet minister)
Patrick McLoughlin - Conservative chairman (promoted/moved sideways - was transport secretary)
Jeremy Hunt - Health secretary (no change)
Natalie Evans - Leader of the Lords (promoted - was a Lords whip)
Chris Grayling - Transport secretary (promoted/moved sideways - was leader of the Commons)
Damian Green - Work and pensions secretary (promoted - was a backbencher)
Andrea Leadsom - Environment secretary (promoted - was energy minister)
Sajid Javid - Communities secretary (moved sideways/demoted - was business secretary)
James Brokenshire - Northern Ireland secretary (promoted - was immigration minister)
Greg Clark - Business and energy secretary (promoted - was communities secretary)
Priti Patel - International development secretary (promoted - was employment minister)
Karen Bradley - Culture secretary (promoted - was Home Office minister)
Alun Cairns - Welsh secretary (no change)
David Mundell - Scottish secretary (no change)
David Gauke - Chief secretary to the Treasury (promoted - was financial secretary to the Treasury)
David Lidington - Leader of the Commons and lord president of the council (promoted - was Europe minister)
Vacancies
Cabinet Office minister (if Oliver Letwin being replaced)
Out
George Osborne - Was chancellor
Michael Gove - Was justice secretary
Nicky Morgan - Was education secretary
John Whittingdale - Was culture secretary
Oliver Letwin - Was Cabinet Office minister
Theresa Villiers - Was Northern Ireland secretary
Tina Stowell - No longer leader of the Lords
Stephen Crabb - Was work and pensions secretary
Mark Harper - Was chief whip
Greg Hands - No longer chief secretary to the Treasury

Theresa May's first cabinet

Brexiteers
 
Remainers
Theresa May
Prime minister
 
Philip Hammond
Chancellor
 
Boris Johnson
Foreign
 
Amber Rudd
Home
 
David Davis
Secretary for exiting the EU
 
Liam Fox
International trade
Michael Fallon
Defence
 
Damien Green
Work and pensions
 
Priti Patel
International development
 
Justine Greening
Education and equalities
 
Chris Grayling
Transport
 
Greg Clark
Business and energy
James Brokenshire
Northern Ireland
 
Jeremy Hunt
Health
 
Sajid Javid
Local government
 
Liz Truss
Justice
 
Karen Bradley
Culture, media and sport
 
David Mundell
Scotland
Andrea Leadsom
Defra
 
Gavin Williamson
Chief whip
 
Patrick McLoughlin
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
 
Natalie Evans
Leader of the Lords
 
Alun Cairns
Wales
 
David Gauke
Chief secretary to the Treasury
David Lidington
Leader of the Commons

David Cameron's last cabinet

David Cameron
Prime minister
 
George Osborne
Chancellor
 
Philip Hammond
Foreign
 
Theresa May
Home
 
Michael Gove
Justice
 
Jeremy Hunt
Health
Michael Fallon
Defence
 
Stephen Crabb
Work and pensions
 
Chris Grayling
Leader of the Commons
 
Justine Greening
International development
 
Nicky Morgan
Education
 
Patrick McLoughlin
Transport
Sajid Javid
Business
 
Theresa Villiers
Northern Ireland
 
Liz Truss
Defra
 
Greg Clark
Local government
 
Oliver Letwin
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
 
John Whittingdale
Culture, media and sport
David Mundell
Scotland
 
Amber Rudd
Energy and climate change
 
Alun Cairns
Wales

Friday, 24 June 2016





Friday, 17 June 2016

Latest issue of The Eagle - the St John's School politics magazine


Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Prime Minister's Questions: 8 June 2016

Not a classic PMQ's

Cameron - Corbyn exchange on zero hours contracts & Sports Direct
(from 1 minute 56 seconds)

Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Prime Ministers Questions 25th May 2016

George Osborne & Angela Eagle stand in for the PM & Leader of the Opposition (from 1.34)