February 13, 2020 / 10:29 AM / 6 days ago

Johnson reshapes ministerial team: who's in and who's out?

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson forced the resignation of his finance minister on Thursday, a sign he was tightening his control in a government reshuffle designed to deliver his vision for Britain beyond Brexit.

Here are the changes at cabinet level:

Finance minister - Sajid Javid out, Rishi Sunak in

Northern Ireland minister - Julian Smith out, Brandon Lewis in

Business minister - Andrea Leadsom out, Alok Sharma in

Environment minister - Theresa Villiers out, George Eustice in

Attorney General - Geoffrey Cox out, Suella Braverman in

Foreign minister - Dominic Raab (unchanged)

Interior minister - Priti Patel (unchanged)

Justice minister - Robert Buckland (unchanged)

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and minister for the Cabinet Office - Michael Gove (unchanged)

Health minister - Matt Hancock (unchanged)

International development minister - Alok Sharma out, Anne-Marie Trevelyan in

Trade minister - Elizabeth Truss (unchanged)

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport minister - Nicky Morgan out, Oliver Dowden in

Work and Pensions minister - Therese Coffey (unchanged)

Education minister - Gavin Williamson (unchanged)

Housing, communities and local government minister - Robert Jenrick (unchanged)

Transport minister - Grant Shapps (unchanged)

Defence minister - Ben Wallace (unchanged)

Scotland minister - Alister Jack (unchanged)

Wales minister - Simon Hart (unchanged)

Reporting by William James and Kylie MacLellan, editing by Elizabeth Piper

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