Key changes at a glance
• 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.