The New Cabinet

As David Cameron begins to set out his cabinet team, a few unexpected faces have cropped up, yet so far I cannot fault them:

Prime Minister – David Cameron (Con)

Deputy PM – Nick Clegg (LD)

Chancellor – George Osborne (Con)

Home Secretary &
Minister for Women and Equality
– Theresa May (Con)

Foreign Secretary – William Hague (Con)

Defence Secretary – Dr Liam Fox (Con)

Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice – Ken Clarke (Con)

Chief Secretary to the Treasury – David Laws (LD)

Health Secretary – Andrew Lansley (Con)

Education Secretary – Michael Gove (Con)

Business Secretary – Vince Cable (LD)

Work & Pensions – Iain Duncan Smith (Con)

Energy & Climate Change – Chris Huhne (LD)

Chief Whip – Patrick McLoughlin (Con)

Communities & Local Government Secretary – Eric Pickles (Con)

Attorney General – Dominic Grieve (Con)

Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport – Jeremy Hunt (Con)

Conservative Co-Chairman – Baroness Warsi (Con)

Environment – Caroline Spelman (Con)

Universities, Science and Skills – David Willetts (Con)

International Development – Andrew Mitchell (Con)

Transport – Philip Hammond (Con)

Scottish Secretary – Danny Alexander (LD)

Northern Ireland – Owen Paterson (Con)

Wales – Cheryl Gillan (Con)

Leader of the Lords – Lord Strathclyde (Con)

Leader of the Commons – Sir George Young (Con)

Cabinet Office Minister – Francis Maude (Con)

Minister of State At Cabinet Office, Policy – Oliver Letwin (Con)


One thought on “The New Cabinet

  1. I hate to do it, but I have to admit that it looks like a strong Cabinet. Lets hope that they actually work for the people like they say they will

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