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Posts Tagged: Reshuffle
Iain Dale: This reshuffle could have promoted and prioritised housing. But all we got was a name change.
Plus: The mystery of the missing Kwasi Kwarteng. The presence of the ebullient Brandon Lewis. The absence and recovery of Nick de Bois. Plus: Capita’s failures.
The Labour leader showed no sign of wanting to get rid of the Prime Minister.
Mind you, the substance of it was a lot better than the style (though that wasn’t hard). The lesson May will surely draw is not to have another big upheaval.
Here’s are the details of the final shape of the shuffle that began on Monday morning and ended yesterday evening.
News, analysis and comment on the more junior appointments as we move into day two of May’s changes.
Elective surgical centres would be an efficient way to lighten the load on acute hospitals. The health service must be less monolithic in order to cope better.
Amidst the wreckage this morning, there are a few points of light. But that cackling noise you hear from Kensington is George Osborne laughing his head off.
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.
Brokenshire’s exchange of letters with May, informing her that he must stand down to undergo and recover from surgery
“I very much look forward to working alongside you again when you are back to full health,” she replies.
The new Party Chairman becomes the first appointment of the reshuffle.
Reshuffle Day. And Raab, Stewart, Rees-Mogg and Cleverly are our panel’s top choices for Cabinet promotion.
Cabinet Ministers were told yesterday that the shuffle will be “significant”, but that word covers a multitude of possibilities.
It is hard to appoint more women to Cabinet when there are few senior women to promote. We count only four at Minister of State level.
Who gains from the reshuffle will matter much less than what it does. Here are five priorities – including housing as its focus.
Bringing on more women, rising stars and members of the 2015 intake – or even this year’s – will bring less gain than it could if such moves are not part of a policy plan.