Go away or continue being? The ministers quitting the cupboard – and these staying

Two of Boris Johnson’s most senior cabinet minsters have give up, increasing doubts over the primary minister’s foreseeable future and thoughts around irrespective of whether other users of his team will guidance him or flip their backs. Below is the state of play between essential figures:


Rishi Sunak, chancellor

Sajid Javid, wellbeing secretary

Bim Afolami, Conservative vice-chair

Alex Chalk, solicitor general

Jonathan Gullis, parliamentary private secretary

Saqib Bhatti, parliamentary private secretary

Nicola Richards, parliamentary personal secretary

Virginia Crosbie, parliamentary personal secretary

Andrew Murrison, trade envoy

Theo Clarke, trade envoy

Silent so much

George Eustice, atmosphere secretary

Grant Shapps, transportation secretary

Penny Mordaunt, intercontinental trade minister

Keeping place

Nadhim Zahawi, chancellor

Steve Barclay, wellbeing secretary

Michelle Donelan, training secretary

Dominic Raab, deputy prime minister and justice secretary

Liz Truss, overseas secretary

Priti Patel, household secretary

Michael Gove, housing secretary

Kwasi Kwarteng, company secretary

Thérèse Coffey, work and pensions secretary

Nadine Dorries, lifestyle secretary

Ben Wallace, defence secretary

Chris Heaton-Harris, main whip

Brandon Lewis, Northern Eire secretary

Simon Hart, Welsh secretary

Alistair Jack, Scotland secretary

Jacob Rees-Mogg, Brexit options minister

Suella Braverman, legal professional general

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