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Here is a full list of the new Cabinet Ministers, plus those entitled to attend.

It is also broken down by a) how the person concerned voted in the EU referendum and b) who the person concerned voted for originally in the Conservative leadership election.

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Prime Minister: Boris Johnson.

(Leave. Johnson.)

Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State: Dominic Raab.

(Leave. Raab.)

Chancellor of the Exchequer: Sajid Javid.

(Remain. Javid.)

Home Secretary: Priti Patel.

(Leave. Johnson.)

Brexit Secretary: Steve Barclay.

(Leave. Johnson.)

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster: Michael Gove.

(Leave. Gove.)

Defence Secretary: Ben Wallace.

(Remain. Johnson.)

International Trade Secretary: Liz Truss.

(Remain. Johnson.)

Health Secretary: Matt Hancock.

(Remain. Hancock.)

Environment Secretary: Theresa Villiers.

(Leave. Johnson.)

Education Secretary: Gavin Williamson.

(Remain. Johnson.)

Culture Secretary: Nicky Morgan.

(Remain. Gove.)

Business Secretary: Andrea Leadsom.

(Leave. Leadsom.)

Communities Secretary: Robert Jenrick.

(Remain. Johnson.)

Work and Pensions Secretary: Amber Rudd.

(Remain. Hunt.)

Justice Secretary: Robert Buckland.

(Remain. Johnson.)

International Development Secretary: Alok Sharma

(Remain. Johnson.)

Transport Secretary: Grant Shapps.

(Remain. Johnson.)

Wales Secretary: Alun Cairns.

(Remain. Johnson.)

Northern Ireland Secretary: Julian Smith.

(Remain. Unknown.)

Scotland Secretary: Alister Jack.

(Leave. Unknown.)

Leader of the Lords: Natalie Evans.

(Leave.)

Minister Without Portfolio (Conservative Party Chairman): James Cleverly.

(Leave. Cleverly.)

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Attorney-General: Geoffrey Cox.

(Leave. Johnson.)

Chief Secretary to the Treasury: Rishi Sunak.

(Leave. Johnson.)

Housing Minister: Esther McVey.

(Leave. McVey.)

Leader of the Commons: Jacob Rees-Mogg.

(Leave. Johnson.)

Home Office Minister: Brandon Lewis.

(Remain. Unknown.)

Business and Education Minister: Jo Johnson.

(Remain. Johnson.)

Paymaster-General, and Minister for Veterans: Oliver Dowden.

(Remain. Johnson.)

Business Minister: Kwasi Kwarteng.

(Leave. Johnson.)

Chief Whip: Mark Spencer.

(Remain. Unknown.)

Minister for the Northern Powerhouse: Jake Berry.

(Remain. Johnson.)

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  • 15 out of 33 voted Leave, 18 out of 33 voted Remain. The Leave-voting breakdown is ten of 23 full Cabinet members, and five of the ten who are entitled to attend)
  • In Theresa May’s final Cabinet, 7 out of 29 voted Leave, 22 out of 29 voted Remain  (that’s 6 out of 23 full Cabinet members, and one out of the six entitled to attend).
  • 19 out of 33 voted for Johnson. (12 out of 23 full Cabinet members, and seven out of the ten entitled to attend.)

You can find our list of other ministerial appointments here.

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