The Daily Telegraph
Rishi Sunak has appointed a loyalist who campaigned to keep Britain in the EU as the new Tory chairman in the mini reshuffle.
Greg Hands, right, who was the trade minister, warned before the 2016 referendum that leaving the single market would mean “fewer jobs, higher prices in our shops and less money for our public services like our NHS”.
The Chelsea and Fulham MP, who backed Mr Sunak for the Tory leadership last year, fills a preparing the party for the next general election, expected in 2024.
The selection of Mr Hands, a German speaker, came despite the Prime Minister looking to keep Brexiteers on side over the Northern Ireland Protocol renegotiations.