David Cameron Unveils First all-Tory Cabinet In 18 Years

  

David Cameron – the first Conservative leader to win an outright majority for 23 years – named his ministerial team.

Prime Minister – David Cameron

First Secretary of State and Chancellor of the Exchequer – George Osborne

Home Secretary – Theresa May

Foreign Secretary – Philip Hammond

Work and Pensions Secretary – Iain Duncan Smith

Defence Secretary – Michael Fallon

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster – Oliver Letwin

Health Secretary – Jeremy Hunt

Leader of the House of Commons – Chris Grayling

Justice Secretary – Michael Gove

Education Secretary – Nicky Morgan

Leader of the House of Lords – Baroness Stowell

Business, Innovation and Skills Secretary – Sajid Javid

Energy and Climate Change Secretary – Amber Rudd

Culture, Media and Sport Secretary – John Whittingdale

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Secretary – Liz Truss

International Development Secretary – Justine Greening

Transport Secretary – Patrick McLoughlin

Communities and Local Government Secretary – Greg Clark

Northern Ireland Secretary – Theresa Villiers

Wales Secretary – Stephen Crabb

Scotland Secretary – David Mundell

Chief Secretary to the Treasury – Greg Hands

Chief Whip – Mark Harper

Minister for Small Business – Anna Soubry

Minister for Employment – Priti Patel

Minister without Portfolio – Robert Halfon

Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General – Matthew Hancock

Attorney General – Jeremy Wright

Attending political cabinet – Boris Johnson

Party chairman – Lord Feldman

Other ministerial appointments are:

  • Grant Shapps is the Minister of State at the Department for International Development.
  • Jo Johnson becomes minister for universities and science at the Business department
  • Alistair Burt becomes minister of state at Department of Health
  • John Hayes becomes minister for security at the Home Office
  • Penny Mordaunt becomes Minister for the Armed Forces and Minister of State at the Ministry of Defence
  • Mark Francois becomes Minister of State at Department for Communities and Local Government
  • Ros Altmann becomes minister for pensions at the Department for Work and Pensions
  • Philip Dunne becomes Minister for Defence Procurement at the Ministry of Defence
  • Ed Timpson becomes Minister of State at the Department for Education
  • George Eustice will become Minister of State at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
  • Anne Milton will become Deputy Chief Whip
  • Andrea Leadsom will become Minister of State at the Department for Energy and Climate Change
  • Nick Boles remains Minister of State for Skills at Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Therese Coffey will become Deputy Leader of the House of Commons
  • Harriett Baldwin will become Economic Secretary to the Treasury (City Minister)
  • Francis Maude will become Trade Minister at Foreign Office and Business department
  • Tracey Crouch becomes sports minister
  • Rory Stewart becomes a minister at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

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