Prime Minister: Lord Osborne of the West Kensington Powerhouse.
Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the Lords: Lord Blair of Basra.
Foreign and European Secretary: Lord Mandelson of Foy and Hartlepool.
Home Secretary: Baroness May of Maidenhead.
Chancellor of the Exchequer: Michael Gove.
Defence Secretary: Jeremy Hunt.
Business and Equalities Secretary: Keith Vaz.
Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary: Dominic Grieve.
Health Secretary: Dr Sarah Wollaston.
Education Secretary: Angela Rayner.
Work and Pensions Secretary: Yvette Cooper.
Local Government Secretary: Liam Fox.
Environment Secretary: Barry Gardiner.
Transport and HS2 Secretary: Lord Adonis.
Culture and Beauty Secretary: Sir John Hayes.
International Development Secretary: Vince Cable.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury: Sajid Javid.
Scottish Secretary: Alistair Carmichael.
Welsh Secretary: Stephen Kinnock.
Northern Ireland Secretary: Sylvia Hermon, Leo Varadkar, Martin Selmayr (jobshare).
Also attends Cabinet –
Attorney General: Keir Starmer.
Chief Whip: Tom Watson.
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (Chair of the New Progressive Democratic Liberal National Coalition Party): Amber Rudd.
Lord Privy Seal (Cabinet Office): John Healey.
Deputy Foreign Secretary: Anna Soubry.
Deputy Home Secretary: Chuka Umanna.
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- The Department for Exiting the European Union and the Department for International Trade have been abolished.
- This makes room for two of three Ministers undertaking the Northern Ireland jobshare.