No change in senior posts as Theresa May reshuffles Cabinet team

No change in senior posts as Theresa May reshuffles Cabinet team

Green was third high office of his Government forced to leave office in less than two months, after Defense Minister Michael Fallon, embroiled in a sexual harassment scandal, and Priti Patel, Minister of International Development, who remained committed Meetings with Israeli officials behind prime minister's back.

Education secretary Justine Greening is said not to be so fortunate however, with doubts also surrounding the future of Greg Clark as business secretary and Andrea Leadsom as leader of the Commons.

Sir Patrick looks set to pay the price for the party's failure at last year's snap general election, which saw the Tories' Commons majority wiped out.

Former justice secretary David Lidington was appointed to Mr Green's old position of Minister for the Cabinet Office, but did not inherit the title of first secretary of state which marked Mrs May's long-time friend and ally as her effective deputy.

He takes over from Damian Green, who was forced to quit before Christmas.

Speaking to the BBC's Andrew Marr this weekend, she defended the way the NHS had coped with the pressures, but admitted "nothing's perfect" and that more needed to be done. In pools of candidates for promotion is Jeremy Hunt, health-care owner since 2012 and longest-running minister, despite criticism of crisis experienced by public hospitals this winter. Its task will be to prepare for the eventual departure from the European Union without a trade deal.

According to the newspaper, the new minister is likely to be placed in the ministry for Brexit and will work in parallel with Minister Davis Davis.

She must balance any moves within her team against the knowledge of the hard times that lie ahead, as well as her own still vulnerable position as leader.

But pressed on whether she would still be there the next time the country goes to the polls, she appeared to acknowledge that the decision may not be entirely down to her, saying: 'Obviously I serve as long as people want me to serve'.



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