Key changes at a glance

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• Jus­tine Green­ing quits af­ter be­ing de­moted as ed­u­ca­tion sec­re­tary and turn­ing down move to work and pen­sions. Re­placed as ed­u­ca­tion sec­re­tary by Damian

Hinds. Es­ther McVey named as work and pen­sions sec­re­tary.

• Bran­don Lewis ap­pointed Con­ser­va­tive party chair­man, re­spon­si­ble for day-to-day run­ning of the party and its cam­paigns. Re­places Patrick McLough­lin.

• David Lid­ing­ton ap­pointed as Cabi­net Of­fice sec­re­tary, a largely be­hind-the-scenes role sup­port­ing the prime min­is­ter and re­spon­si­ble for making sure the govern­ment runs smoothly. Re­places Damian Green, who was forced to re­sign in De­cem­ber, but does not take on the ad­di­tional ti­tle of first sec­re­tary of state, which made Green the de facto deputy to May.

• Brexit sec­re­tary David Davis, for­eign sec­re­tary Boris John­son, chan­cel­lor Philip Ham­mond and home sec­re­tary Am­ber Rudd all stay in place.

• David Gauke ap­pointed jus­tice sec­re­tary.

• Karen Bradley ap­pointed North­ern Ire­land sec­re­tary, re­plac­ing James Bro­ken­shire, who re­signed for health rea­sons.

• Jeremy Hunt re­mains health sec­re­tary and is given extra re­spon­si­bil­ity for so­cial care.

• Matthew Han­cock ap­pointed dig­i­tal, cul­ture, me­dia and sport sec­re­tary.

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