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Factbox-UK PM Rishi Sunak’s new team of ministers

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LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Tuesday appointed key ministers to his government after replacing Liz Truss as leader earlier in the day.

Below are the main Cabinet and ministerial appointments:

POSITION MINISTER APPOINTED PREVIOUS

MINISTER

Chancellor of the Jeremy Hunt

Exchequer (finance (re-appointed)

minister)

Foreign Secretary James Cleverly

(re-appointed)

Leader of the House of Penny Mordaunt

Commons (re-appointed)

Home Secretary Suella Braverman Grant Shapps

Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab Therese Coffey

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace

(re-appointed)

Justice Secretary Dominic Raab Brandon Lewis

Education Secretary Gillian Keegan Kit Malthouse

Chancellor of the Oliver Dowden Nadhim Zahawi

Duchy of Lancaster

COP26 President Alok Sharma

(re-appointed)

Business, Energy and Grant Shapps Jacob Rees-Mogg

Industrial Strategy

Secretary

Minister without Nadhim Zahawi Jake Berry

portfolio and

Conservative Party

Chairman

Chief whip Simon Hart Wendy Morton

Minister for Kemi Badenoch Nadhim Zahawi

Equalities

International Trade Kemi Badenoch

Secretary (re-appointed)

Levelling Up, Housing Michael Gove Simon Clarke

and Communities

Secretary

Digital, Culture, Michelle Donelan

Media and Sport (re-appointed)

Secretary

Environment Secretary Therese Coffey Ranil

Jayawardena

Health Secretary Steve Barclay Therese Coffey

Secretary of State for Chris

Northern Ireland Heaton-Harris

(re-appointed)

Secretary of State for David Davies Robert Buckland

Wales

Secretary of State for Alister Jack

Scotland (re-appointed)

Paymaster General and Jeremy Quin Chris Philp

Minister for the

Cabinet Office

Transport Secretary Mark Harper Anne-Marie

Trevelyan

Attorney General Victoria Prentis Michael Ellis

Work and Pensions Mel Stride Chloe Smith

Secretary

Minister without Gavin Williamson

portfolio

Minister for Robert Jenrick Tom Pursglove

Immigration

Chief Secretary to the John Glen Edward Argar

Treasury

Minister for Veterans’ Johnny Mercer

Affairs

Minister for Security Tom Tugendhat

(re-appointed)

Minister for Andrew Mitchell Vicky Ford

Development

 

(Compiled by Sachin Ravikumar, Muvija M and William Schomberg; editing by William James and Rosalba O’Brien)

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