Boris Johnson’s Cabinet reshuffle represents a “big reset moment” as the Prime Minister looks to deliver on his manifesto pledges, according to The Telegraph’s Deputy Political Editor Lucy Fisher.
Mr Johnson “is a man in a hurry” after devoting two years of his premiership to tackling Covid-19, she added.
Liz Truss today replaced Dominic Raab as Foreign Secretary, while Nadhim Zahawi has been named Education Secretary after Gavin Williamson lost his job.
“Boris Johnson is in a rush to get going with some of the Conservative manifesto pledges from the last election,” said Lucy Fisher in the analysis video above.
“The widespread nature of the shake-up shows that he really wants to rejuvenate this government.”
Mr Williamson’s departure was widely expected, while Michael Gove has been made Housing and Communities Secretary, with additional responsibilities for levelling up.
Nadine Dorries has been made Culture Secretary, as Oliver Dowden becomes minister without portfolio and co-chairman of the Conservative Party.
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