British Foreign, Brexit Ministers keep jobs in reshuffle
(5 months ago)
London, Jan 8 : British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, Treasury Secretary Philip Hammond and Brexit Minister David Davis were re-confirmed in their current posts as Prime Minister Theresa May reshuffled her cabinet on Monday.
Apart from the government, May also made significant changes in the Conservative Party structure with Brandon Lewis replacing Sir Patrick McLoughlin as party chairman with James Cleverly as his new deputy, the BBC reported.
James Brokenshire has resigned as Northern Ireland secretary for health reasons, while Justice Secretary David Lidington moves to the Cabinet Office.
Amber Rudd remains at the Home Office and Sajid Javid, who had charge of Community and Local Government, gets Housing in his remit too.