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Whilst the Cabinet is now set (its members and attendees can be found here) junior positions in the Government are continuing to be filled, and we will be keeping this list of MPs up-to-date as they come in.

Where possible we have provided the information on their stance in the 2016 referendum, and in the recent leadership race. Please note that while they are organised by department, some ministers have responsibilities in more than one department.

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Treasury

Financial Secretary to the Treasury: Jesse Norman.

(Unknown. Johnson.)

Economic Secretary to the Treasury: John Glen

(Remain. Javid.)

Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury: Simon Clarke

(Leave. Johnson.)

 

Home Office

Police Minister: Kit Malthouse.

(Leave. Johnson.)

PUSS for Crime, Safeguarding and Vulnerability, and Minister for Women: Victoria Atkins

(Remain. Javid.)

Minister of State at the Home Office, and Minister for Equalities: Baroness Williams of Trafford

 

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Minister for Europe and the Americas: Chris Pincher

(Leave. Johnson.)

International Development and Africa Minister: Andrew Stephenson

(Leave. Johnson.)

International Development and Middle East Minister: Andrew Murrison

(Leave. Johnson.)

PUSS at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Heather Wheeler

(Leave. Johnson.)

Minister of State: Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon

 

Ministry of Justice

Prisons Minister: Lucy Frazer

(Remain. Johnson.)

PUSS at Justice: Edward Argar

(Remain. Gove.)

PUSS at Justice: Wendy Morton

(Remain. Hunt.)

Lords Justice Spokesman, and Advocate General for Scotland: Lord Keen of Elie

 

DCMS

Minister for Digital and Sport: Nigel Adams.

(Leave. Johnson.)

PUSS for the Arts, Tourism and Heritage: Rebecca Pow

(Remain. Johnson.)

PUSS for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Matt Warman

(Remain. Johnson.)

PUSS for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Baroness Barran

 

DEFRA

Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Minister: George Eustice.

(Leave. Gove, then Unknown.)

Environment and Rural Opportunity Minister: Thérèse Coffey.

(Remain. Johnson.)

PUSS at DEFRA and DfID: Zac Goldsmith

(Leave. Johnson.)

PUSS at DEFRA: Lord Gardiner of Kimble

 

International Trade

International Trade Minister: Conor Burns.

(Leave. Johnson.)

PUSS International Trade: Graham Stuart

(Remain. Johnson.)

 

Education

Schools Minister: Nick Gibb.

(Remain. Gove, then Unknown.)

PUSS at Education: Kemi Badenoch

(Leave. Gove.)

PUSS at Education: Lord Agnew of Oulton

 

Ministry of Defence

Armed Forces Minister: Mark Lancaster.

(Remain. Johnson.)

Minister for Defence People and Veterans, at the Ministry of Defence and the Cabinet Office: Johnny Mercer

(Remain. Johnson.)

PUSS at the Ministry of Defence: Anne-Marie Trevelyan

(Leave. Johnson.)

Minister of State: Baroness Goldie

 

Health and Social Care

Minister for Disabled People: Justin Tomlinson

(Leave. Johnson.)

Health Minister: Chris Skidmore

(Remain. Javid, then Johnson.)

Minister for Social Care: Caroline Dinenage

(Remain. Hunt.)

PUSS for Public Health and Primary Care: Seema Kennedy

(Remain. Unknown.)

PUSS at Health and Social Care: Jo Churchill

(Remain. Hunt.)

PUSS at Health and Social Care: Nadine Dorries

(Leave. Johnson.)

PUSS at Health and Social Care: Baroness Blackwood

 

DWP

PUSS for Family Support, Housing and Child Maintenance: Will Quince

(Leave. Hunt.)

PUSS for Pensions and Financial Inclusion: Guy Opperman

(Remain. Gove.)

PUSS for Work and Pensions: Mims Davies

(Leave. Javid.)

PUSS for Work and Pensions: Baroness Stedman-Scott

 

Exiting the European Union

PUSS at DExEU: James Duddridge

(Leave. Johnson.)

Minister of State: Lord Callanan

 

Transport

Transport Minister: Chris Heaton-Harris.

(Leave. Johnson.)

Transport Minister: George Freeman

(Remain. Unknown.)

PUSS at Transport, and a Whip: Nusrat Ghani

(Leave. Hunt.)

PUSS at Transport: Paul Maynard

(Leave. Johnson.)

PUSS at Transport: Baroness Vere of Norbiton

 

BEIS

PUSS at BEIS: Nadhim Zahawi

(Leave. Johnson.)

PUSS for Small Business, Consumers and Corporate Responsibility: Kelly Tolhurst

(Remain. Johnson.)

PUSS at BEIS: Lord Duncan of Springbank

 

Housing, Communities and Local Government

PUSS at MHCLG: Luke Hall

(Remain. Javid.)

PUSS at MHCLG: Viscount Younger of Leckie

 

DfiD

PUSS at International Development: Baroness Sugg

 

Cabinet Office

Minister for the Constitution: Chloe Smith

(Remain. Johnson.)

Parliamentary Secretary at the Cabinet Office: Simon Hart

(Remain. Johnson.)

 

Attorney General’s Office

Solicitor General: Michael Ellis

(Remain. Johnson.)

 

Northern Ireland Office

Northern Ireland Minister: Nick Hurd

(Remain. Unknown.)

 

Scotland Office

PUSS at the Scotland Office: Robin Walker

(Remain. Javid.)

PUSS at the Scotland Office, and a Whip: Colin Clark

(Unknown. Cleverly.)

 

Wales Office

PUSS for Wales, PUSS at the Cabinet Office, and an assistant Whip: Kevin Foster

(Remain. Johnson.)

 

Whips

Treasurer of HM Household (Deputy Chief Whip): Amanda Milling

(Remain. Johnson.)

Lords Chief Whip: Lord Ashton of Hyde

Lords Deputy Chief Whip: The Earl of Courtown

Comptroller of HM Household (Government Whip): Jeremy Quin

(Remain. Unknown.)

Vice Chamberlain of HM Household (Government Whip): Stuart Andrew

(Leave. Johnson.)

Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury (Government Whip): David Rutley

(Remain. Unknown.)

Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury (Government Whip): Rebecca Harris

(Leave. Unknown.)

Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury (Government Whip): Mike Freer

(Remain. Hunt.)

Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury (Government Whip): Michelle Donelan

(Remain. Unknown.)

Assistant Whip: Iain Stewart

(Leave. Johnson.)

Assistant Whip: Leo Docherty

(Leave. Johnson.)

Assistant Whip: James Morris

(Remain. Hunt.)

Assistant Whip: Tom Pursglove

(Leave. Johnson.)

Assistant Whip: Nigel Huddleston

(Remain. Javid.)

Assistant Whip: Marcus Jones

(Remain. Unknown.)

Lords Whip: Lord Young of Cookham

Lords Whip: Baroness Bloomfield

Lords Whip: Baroness Berridge

Lords Whip: Lord Bethell of Romford

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