Theresa May’s new cabinet: Who's who in the latest Government shake-up?

Theresa May has announced her new cabinet
Philip Hammond - Chancellor of the Exchequer
Boris Johnson - Foreign Secretary
Amber Rudd - Home Secretary
Michael Fallon - Defence Secretary
Jeremy Hunt - Health Secretary
David Davis - Secretary of State for Exiting the EU
Elizabeth Truss - Justice Secretary
Justine Greening - Education Secretary
Liam Fox - Secretary of State for International Trade
Gavin Williamson - Chief Whip
Patrick McLoughlin - Conservative Party Chairman and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
Baroness Evans - Leader of the House of Lords
Andrea Leadsom - Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Secretary
Chris Grayling - Transport Secretary
Karen Bradley - Culture, Media and Sport Secretary
Damian Green - Work and Pensions Secretary
Priti Patel - International Development Secretary
Greg Clark - Business and Energy Secretary
James Brokenshire – Northern Ireland Secretary
David Lidington – Leader of the House of Commons
Sajid Javid – Communities Secretary
David Mundell – Scottish Secretary
Alun Cairns – Welsh Secretary
David Gauke - Chief Secretary to the Treasury
Jeremy Wright - Attorney General

Scroll through the gallery by clicking the arrow on the right see the members...

Friday, July 15, 2016

Theresa May is the UK’s new Prime Minister, and her first task was to assemble her first cabinet.

But who exactly are the 25 men and women she has chosen?

Scroll through the gallery above to see who’s who….