Boris Johnson runs the glove of Remainer's rage in the Commons

Sajid Javid today outside the Treasury


Sajid Javid today outside the Treasury

Sajid Javid: Chancellor of the Treasury

Sajid Javid's 18-year-old banking career that saw him rise to £ 3 million a year as a member of the Deutsche Bank board will come in handy when he takes the lead in the British economy.

The Remainer, who supported a tough Brexit during the Tory leadership campaign, is the son of a Pakistani immigrant bus driver who arrived in the UK in 1961 with just £ 1 in his pocket.

Javid, 49, grew up on Stapleton Road in Bristol, which was once the & # 39; worst street in Britain & # 39; was named and is described as a & # 39; lawless hell where murder, rape, shootings, combating drugs, prostitution, knives and violent robberies are commonplace.

After attending state school and Exeter University, he became an investment banker for almost two decades.


He talked about having mixed race children with wife Laura and the racism he was confronted with as a child, before politics and also when he became a member of the Conservative Party.

Javid ran into Mr. Johnson in the Tory leadership campaign and eventually finished fourth. He is the oldest voter still present in the government.

After becoming home secretary last year, he pressed number 10 after the resignation of Theresa May. But after being knocked out of the leadership race, he quickly moved to Mr. Johnson and received a tip as the best choice to go to number 11.

Priti Patel in Downing Street today

Priti Patel: Home Secretary

The Essex MP – once a strong proponent of the death penalty – made a remarkable return to the cabinet after being fired by Theresa May for lying.


The mother is back two years after he was forced to resign at secret meetings with Israeli officials, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

47-year-old Brexiteer became notorious in 2011 when she called to be reintroduced during her first performance at Question Time, and the death penalty a & # 39; deterrent & # 39; called.

Mrs. Patel's Ugandan-Indian family arrived in Great Britain in 1972 without money.

They were forced to leave a fortune in the coffee and tea plantations when they fled the military dictator Idi Amin.

Her father, Sushil – who is also her middle name – made plans to go to college and opened a corner store in Tottenham, North London, with his wife Anjana and his parents.


Mrs. Patel, married to marketing consultant Alex Sawyer since 2004, lived above the store and worked most mornings behind the desk for school.

She was educated at an extensive school in Watford, joined the Tory party at the age of 17 and studied economics at Keele University.

As a former PR and policy advisor for beverage multinational Diageo, she joined the Conservative Party before being selected for her very safe seat in 2010.

After a spell at the conservative party under former leader William Hague, the MP became a lobbyist for cigarette companies for Witham.

Ms. Patel was humiliatingly forced to resign from the Prime Minister's top team in November 2017 after the secret meetings with Israeli officials emerged.

Dominic Raab, a black karate belt, is married without children to Erika (together), a marketing manager born in Brazil

Dominic Raab, a black karate belt, is married without children to Erika (together), a marketing manager born in Brazil

Dominic Raab, a black karate belt, is married without children to Erika (together), a marketing manager born in Brazil

Dominic Raab: Minister of Foreign Affairs and First State Secretary

The member of parliament for Esher and Walton worked as an internal lawyer for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2000 and has now returned as head of the department.

The former elementary school boy, born of a Czech Jewish father who fled the Nazis to Britain in 1938 as a refugee, helped bring war criminals to justice in The Hague during his first internship at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


Raab is a black karate belt and former boxing blue at Oxford University in 1995. The 45-year-old is married to Erika, a Brazilian-born marketing manager who was sent away for photo shoots during his leadership campaign.

During the campaign, he described how his father Peter fled the Nazis and came to Britain at the age of six when he accused Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell of not standing up for & # 39; free and tolerant democracy & # 39; who welcomed his father.

His father learned English, worked for M&S as a food manager and met his mother Jean, who was from Bromley, Kent. He died when Dominic was 12 after losing his fight against cancer.

It is an important promotion for Mr Raab, who has only four months of experience in the cabinet after a period as Brexit secretary last year.

He was on a hardcore Brexiteer ticket in the Tory leadership race, even harder than Mr. Johnson. But after he was eliminated, he quickly supported his former rival and supported him in his campaign.

Mr. Raab is in favor of a No Deal Brexit and replaces Jeremy Hunt. He will immediately catch fire with an ongoing diplomatic spit with Iran.

Michael Gove in Downing Street today

Michael Gove: cabinet minister

Seasoned minister Michael Gove, who as a reformer has left a trail as departments throughout Whitehall, has taken on a role at the heart of the government.


The adopted son of Aberdeen fish workers already has four cabinet jobs under his belt – head of the education, justice and environment departments, as well as a stint as the main whip.

While in charge of the nation's schools under David Cameron, the Brexiteer penetrated a number of controversial reforms into the curriculum and supported the Building Schools for the Future program.

But he was most criticized for introducing free schools – state-funded schools that are exempt from teaching in the national curriculum.

Critics claim that schools take money and pupils from existing schools, increase segregation and distribution, and lead to the disintegration of the public school system.

As an environment secretary, he argued for a war against plastic: he introduced costs for plastic bags and hit disposable straws and disposable cups.


He was a fervent proponent of the Brexit deal from Theresa May to the last who damaged him in the eyes of the more puristic Brexiteer elements.

Mr. Gove commented on Tory's leadership, but was undone when disclosures about his drug use were revealed in the past.

He admitted that he used cocaine when he was younger after it came to light in an unauthorized biography.

Mr. Gove, 51, is a former Times journalist, 51, who has two children with newspaper columnist Sarah Vine. Gove indicated that his desire to be prime minister is fueled by the desire to show his parents that they were right to take the & # 39; risk & # 39; to adopt him.

Mr. Wallace today on Downing Street

Mr. Wallace today on Downing Street


Mr. Wallace today on Downing Street


Ben Wallace: Secretary of Defense

The former military hero who served in the Scottish Guard and was named in 1992 during dispatch, was named Secretary of Defense.

The 51-year-old went to Sandhurst Military Academy after a short period as a ski instructor and served eight years in Northern Ireland.

The Remainer rose to the rank of captain and was named in shipments in 1992 following an incident with a terrorist cell.

Wallace – who also served in Cyprus, Germany and Central America – has been married to Liza since 2001 and has three children.

He makes the move to the cabinet after spending three years as Minister of Security – where the country has fought a series of major terrorist attacks.

His first call for action in his new role will be the return of the British ship seized by Iranian forces last week.

Johnson has suggested that he wants to boost defense spending and build more naval ships to protect ships under the British flag in the Gulf.

Gavin Williamson was fired as defense secretary in May after leaking secret details from a Huawei meeting

Gavin Williamson was fired as defense secretary in May after leaking secret details from a Huawei meeting

Gavin Williamson was fired as defense secretary in May after leaking secret details from a Huawei meeting

Gavin Williamson: minister of Education

The state-trained MP from South Staffordshire, who studied social sciences at the University of Bradford, has made an amazing return to the cabinet.

The former defense minister was fired only three months ago for leaking secrets from a meeting of the National Security Council.

But he was given the task of overseeing the nation's schools as a & # 39; thank you & # 39; van Boris for his mastermind campaign.

Mr. Williamson is the & # 39; Private Pike & # 39; of the cabinet, named after the unfortunate Dad & # 39; s Army character, for a series of blunders in the cabinet.

His appointment comes just a few months after it appeared that his political career seemed to be over when he barely escaped prosecution under the Official Secrets Act for the leak.

While Secretary of Defense in 2018, the father of two confessed an affair that once threatened to end his marriage with wife Joanne.

Not long after he was promoted by Tory Chief Whip, he gave in to a brief office romance with a former colleague. He said it was "a terrible mistake," but Joanne had forgiven him.

Mr. Williamson, 43, who was named Secretary of Defense following Sir Michael Fallon's resignation for sexual harassment claims, urged the & # 39; relationship a few times & # 39; did not go beyond kissing.

It happened before he embarked on a career in politics, but he is supposed to have revealed details to party officials when he first selected himself as MP more than ten years ago.

Mat Hancock remains as Health Secretaty

Mat Hancock remains as Health Secretaty

Mat Hancock remains as Health Secretaty

Matt Hancock: Secretary of Health and Social Care

Matt Hancock remains in one of the most difficult positions of government, despite the fact that he is full of criticism of Mr. Johnson as he stands up for leadership.

He told an interviewer & # 39; f * ck f * ck Business & # 39; after the much-criticized reaction of the new prime minister to companies & # 39; No Deal Brexit fears.

But the married father of three, 40, did an excellent upside-down ferret to become one of Mr. Johnson's most important cheerleaders.

This allegedly included trying to block the release of a paper he ordered recommending taxes on milk shakes because it was contrary to his new boss's opposition to & # 39; sin taxes & # 39 ;.

He also disturbed himself during the campaign after he was caught on camera that invaded a syrup waffle with lots of sugar for an early morning TV interview.

Last year, he was accused of violating ethical rules after praising an app from a private health company in a newspaper article sponsored by the maker.

But since then he has made a number of radical interventions in areas such as the impact of social media on health.

In May he joined Mrs. Mordaunt to support the generation. Why? report showing that the Tories needed to become more relevant to younger voters.

He called on the party to show her & # 39; show & # 39; to change towards modern Britain or to meet Jeremy Corbyn as prime minister, in a speech that is generally seen as describing his leadership references.

Jo Johnson went to No. 10 last night where he was appointed minister of universities

Jo Johnson went to No. 10 last night where he was appointed minister of universities

Jo Johnson went to No. 10 last night where he was appointed minister of universities

Jo Johnson: Minister of Universities

The acceptance of Mr. Johnson from a ministerial post seems to mark an abruptly full face from November when he shared a platform during a Remallyer meeting with television presenter and former footballer Gary Lineker.

The Orpington MP, 47, in the younger brother of the Prime Minister and also an old Etonian. He is married to the Guardian journalist Amelia Gentleman.

His appointment as minister of universities means that he attends the hardline administration dominated by Brexiteer that was formed in a bloodbath of the ministries in the course of Wednesday.

The role falls under the jurisdiction of two departments, Education and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. Both are now led by hardline Leavers in Andrea Leadsom and Gavin Williamson.

He retired as transport minister in November and said that the Brexit deal from Theresa May was a massive failure in the British state inspection on the scale of the 1956 Suez crisis.

Regarding the original 2016 EU referendum at the People's # 39; s Vote meeting in London in November, Mr. Johnson said: & I think it's fair to say that we didn't really know what it would mean at the time , the consequences of leaving the European Union.

& # 39; It becomes clear that there are few positive points. It is almost unanimous that people think that it will at least have some debilitating effect on our economy. I think it is very rare in life that you can take advantage of the benefit afterwards. & # 39;

But he quickly got behind his brother when he announced his run for the leadership of the conservative party.

He accompanied Boris to a garden center during a visit to his suburban constituency and was present with the rest of the Johnson clan when he became leader on Tuesday.

Alok Sharma on Downing Street today while attending his first cabinet meeting

Alok Sharma on Downing Street today while attending his first cabinet meeting

Alok Sharma on Downing Street today while attending his first cabinet meeting

Alok Sharma: secretary for international development

Alok Sharma, an avid and long-standing advocate of Boris Johnson, was tipped for the reshuffle to eventually reach the cabinet.

He was often sent to Bat Johnson during the Tory leadership campaign and his hard work was rewarded for becoming Rory Stewart's successor at the Department for International Development last night.

It will be a major step forward for Mr Sharma, who started his ministerial career in July 2016 after the EU referendum first became a Member of Parliament in 2010 when he won the Labor West seat of Reading West.

He had a relatively low profile in Theresa May's government, but made headlines when he was housing minister in the aftermath of the Grenfell tower fire.

Residents affected by the fire confronted Sharma in June 2017 because they asked to know why the government had stopped doing to help people who had become homeless due to the tragic fire.

His promotion to the cabinet will surprise many in view of his support for many major policy measures that his new boss is known to be cool.

Mr Sharma, for example, is a strong supporter of the High Speed ​​2 railway line and the Heathrow expansion.

Mr. Johnson is considering deleting the former, while his opposition to the latter is known.

Mr. Sharma also voted during the 2016 referendum, but his loyalty to Mr. Johnson was apparently enough to overcome policy differences and opposing votes on Brexit to get him into the cabinet.

The 51-year-old was a chartered accountant and then a banker before coming to parliament, which represents the area where he grew up.

He was born in India but moved with his parents to Reading at the age of five. He is married and has two daughters.

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