The cabinet in full:

2333: Graham Stuart appointed Minister of State (Minister for Climate) in the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
James Heappey re-appointed as a Minister of State in the Ministry of Defenc
2259: Tom Tugendhat gets Home Office security minister attending cabinet
2250: Vicky Ford gets a Minister of State (Minister for Development) in the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, attending Cabinet
2247: Ed Argar appointed Paymaster General and Minister for the Cabinet Office
2237: Chris Philp appointed to Chief Sec to Treasury
2231: Sir Robert Buckland remains as Welsh Secretary
2223: Alister Jack appointed Scottish Secretary
2210: Michelle Donelan gets Secretary of State for DCMS
2204: Anne-Marie Trevelyan appointed Transport Secretary
2158: Ranil Jayawardena appointed DEFRA Secretary
2150: Kit Malthouse appointed Education Secretary
2142: Chloe Smith appointed to Department for Work & Pensions
2137: Kemi Badenoch appointed Secretary of State for Trade and President of the Board of Trade
2125: Simon Clarke appointed Secretary of State for Local Government, Housing and Levelling Up
2119: Jacob Rees-Mogg appointed Secretary of State for BEIS
2044: Alok Sharma staying as COP26 President
2041: Jake Berry appointed Minister Without Portfolio and Tory Chairman
2027: Lord True appointed Leader of the Lords
2021: Penny Mordaunt appointed Leader of the Commons
2012: Nadhim Zahawi appointed Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Minister for Intergovernmental Relations and Minister for Equalities.
1949: Brandon Lewis appointed Justice Secretary and Lord Chancellor
1941: Chris Heaton-Harris confirmed as new Northern Ireland Secretary
1941: Ben Wallace stays as Defence Secretary
1933: Wendy Morton appointed Chief Whip
Suella Braverman appointed Home Secretary
1915: James Cleverly appointed Foreign Secretary
1907: Kwasi Kwarteng appointed Chancellor
Therese Coffey appointed Health Secretary & Deputy PM
1850: Shailesh Vara out as NI secretary

+ Sackings over +

1843: Greg Clark sacked as Levelling Up Secretary
1843: George Eustice sacked as Environment Secretary
1835: Andrew Stephenson sacked as Party co-Chair
1830: Johnny Mercer sacked as Veterans’ Affairs Minister
1801: Steve Barclay sacked as Health Secretary
1800: Grant Shapps sacked as Transport Secretary
1749: Dominic Raab sacked as Justice Secretary and Deputy Prime Minister

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