UK Cabinet reshuffle means 'Real Change'
• Jeremy Hunt, the former culture secretary, has become health secretary.
• Andrew Mitchell has been made chief whip. Although the chief whip is usually not a full member of cabinet - he just attends - this is the post that Mitchell, the former international development secretary, has always wanted.
• Chris Grayling, the former welfare minister, has become justice secretary.
• Theresa Villiers, the former transport minister, has been made Northern Ireland secretary
• Maria Miller, the former disability minister, has become culture secretary.
• David Laws has reportedly been made an education minister. That’s a promotion from the backbenches, although he will not be as senior was he was when he was briefly in cabinet as chief secretary to the Treasury.
• Owen Paterson, the former Northern Ireland secretary, has become environment secretary.
• Patrick McLoughlin, the former chief whip, has been made transport secretary. This is more of a sideways move than a promotion, but McLoughlin will be a full member of the cabinet and he will have a public profile, which he never had as a whip.
• Grant Shapps appointed Conservative Party Chairman
• Michael Fallon Minister of State at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and a Member of the Privy Council
• Andrew Lansley, the former health secretary, has become Leader of the Commons.
• Sir George Young, the former leader of the Commons, has left the cabinet
• Kenneth Clarke has lost his post as justice secretary. But he will remain in the cabinet as a minister without portfolio.
• Justine Greening, the former transport secretary, has become international development secretary.
• Lady Warsi has lost her post as Conservative co-chairman. Instead she has been made a minister of state at the Foreign Office, with the right to attend cabinet, as well as being made minister for faith and communities.
• Caroline Spelman has lost her job as environment secretary.
• Cheryl Gillan has been replaced as Welsh secretary
• Edward Garnier has lost his job as solicitor general.
• Iain Duncan Smith has resisted an attempt to make him justice secretary. He remains as work and pensions secretary.
• George Osborne, William Hague, Theresa May, Philip Hammond, Ed Davey, Michael Gove, Eric Pickles, Michael Moore, Danny Alexander and Lord Strathclyde have all kept their posts. Source:guardian.co.uk
Should they go or should thy stay, have your say: guardian.co.uk
William Hague, foreign secretary
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George Osborne, chancellor of the exchequer
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Kenneth Clarke, justice secretary
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Theresa May, home secretary
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Philip Hammond, defence secretary
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Vince Cable, business secretary
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Iain Duncan Smith, work and pensions secretary
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Ed Davey, energy secretary
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Andrew Lansley, health secretary
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Michael Gove, education secretary
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Eric Pickles, communities and local government secretary
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Justine Greening, transport secretary
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Caroline Spelman, environment, food and rural affairs secretary
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Andrew Mitchell, international development secretary
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Owen Paterson, Northern Irish secretary
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Michael Moore, Scottish secretary
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Cheryl Gillan, Welsh secretary
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Jeremy Hunt, culture secretary
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Danny Alexander, chief secretary to the Treasury
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Lord Strathclyde, leader of the House of Lords
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Baroness Warsi, minister without portfolio
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Francis Maude, Cabinet Office minister
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Oliver Letwin, minister of state in the Cabinet Office
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David Willetts, universities minister
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Sir George Young, leader of the House of Commons
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Patrick McLoughlin, chief whip in the House of Commons
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Dominic Grieve, attorney general
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