Truss moves up into the middle of the table, Williamson drops towards the floor, and Gauke slumps into the red over Warboys.
Posts Tagged: Ministers
The new Gove has all the energy and imagination of the old – but is less willing to fight others. What’s changed?
Is he adapting to get things done? Might he be adjusting to life as an emergent elder statesman? Or could it all be about leadership ambition? His reinvention continues.
The International Development Secretary’s response to the Oxfam scandal appears to have impressed Party members.
We hope that Trudy Harrison’s tale on our site today, together with others coming this week, encourages women who may not have done so to think about it.
Plus: Should May resign, and if so, when? Who should be the next Party Leader?
Adam Holloway: This affirmative action reshuffle was wrong. Why not just appoint the best person to the job?
Many ministers are indeed well-suited – but it feels as if this is a secondary consideration: just check their CVs, and ask if we might sometimes choose better.
Live Blog. Day of the long boomerangs. Greening quits the Cabinet after Hunt resists moving. It’s a setback for May’s authority.
Damian Hinds is Education Secretary, Esther McVey goes to Work and Pensions, Matt Hancock takes over at Culture, Media and Sport.
The new Deputy Chairman hails the “fantastic opportunity” to get the Party fighting fit.
The new Party Chairman becomes the first appointment of the reshuffle.
The course consistent with this site’s recommendations is to appoint a more junior Cabinet Office Minister.
She replies: “It is with deep regret, and enduring gratitude…that I asked you to resign and have accepted your resignation.”
The lessons I have learned: the future of the world, and of our country, is bright. And always take care when getting out of Black Hawk helicopters.
The Tory peer, and former MEP, will take on the job of shepherding the Withdrawal Bill through the House of Lords.
You would have to go back more than 20 years to find a time when fewer secretaries of state held northern constituencies.
Raab, Badenoch, Sunak, O’Brien, Eustice, Frazer and Tugendhat should all be more senior and more visible.