September 4th, 2012

The New Cabinet in Full

Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil Service –The Rt Hon David Cameron MP

Deputy Prime Minister, Lord President of the Council – The Rt Hon Nick Clegg MP

Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs – The Rt Hon William Hague MP

Chancellor of the Exchequer – The Rt Hon George Osborne MP

Chief Secretary to the Treasury – The Rt Hon Danny Alexander MP

Lord Chancellor, Secretary of State for Justice – The Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP

Secretary of State for the Home Department; and Minister for Women and Equalities – The Rt Hon Theresa May MP

Secretary of State for Defence – The Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP

Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills – The Rt Hon Dr Vincent Cable MP

Secretary of State for Work and Pensions – The Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP

Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change – The Rt Hon Edward Davey MP

Secretary of State for Health – The Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP

Secretary of State for Education – The Rt Hon Michael Gove MP

Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government – The Rt Hon Eric Pickles MP

Secretary of State for Transport – The Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin MP

Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs – The Rt Hon Owen Paterson MP

Secretary of State for International Development – The Rt Hon Justine Greening MP

Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport – The Rt Hon Maria Miller MP

Secretary of State for Northern Ireland – The Rt Hon Theresa Villiers MP

Secretary of State for Scotland – The Rt Hon Michael Moore MP

Secretary of State for Wales – The Rt Hon David Jones MP

Minister without Portfolio – The Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP

Minister without Portfolio – The Rt Hon Ken Clarke QC MP

Leader of the House of Lords, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster – The Rt Hon Lord Strathclyde

Leader of the House of Commons, Lord Privy Seal – The Rt Hon Andrew Lansley MP

Minister for the Cabinet Office, Paymaster General – The Rt Hon Francis Maude MP

Attorney General – The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP

Solicitor General – The Rt Hon Oliver Heald MP

Chief Whip (Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury) – The Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell


41 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    But still the same policies probably.

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  2. 2
    Darren Millar says:

    & Welsh Secretary – David Jones

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  3. 3
    nellnewman says:

    and vince cable is still in charge of business – ++Laugh++

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  4. 4
    Chris says:

    Can we have some new policies please?

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    • 27
      Baldy says:

      You’ll have to ask the EU. Policy is nothing to do with the UK government, whose time is fully taken up ruining running the country.

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  5. 5
    Liarpoliticians says:

    What a bunch of losers!

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  6. 6
    I Remember You Hoo says:

    My those new deck chairs look very nice, but why are they sliding over the deck so much?

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  7. 7
    Popeye says:

    Yes, very reminiscent of the Titanic.

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  8. 8
    Jimmy says:

    Well there’s a winning team if ever I saw one. We may as well just give up now. Still, congratulations to Mr. *unt on being the first man to get a promotion for lying to parliament.

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  9. 10
    dunlaggin says:

    & Clarke?

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  10. 12
    Synic says:

    Reshuffle? What reshuffle? All that hype then a complete non-event.

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  11. 13
    Um ... says:

    Grand titles

    Grotty People – by and large

    Grotty policies

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  12. 14
    Rock on Jezza says:

    I could never understand what Lansley was trying to do. He even had a daily slot on PM for a couple of weeks and I was none the wiser after, just more confused. I think he meant well but no one really knew what he was doing.

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    • 31
      Mr Rotivator says:

      The problem is that Lansley did know what he was doing. He spent a long time in opposition with a health role. The NHS did not know what he was doing at a grass roots level and thought things were all about targets that were measurable (rather than delivering better health; as they had been conditioned to think). So implementation of his ideas did not work and some are going to be scrapped.

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  13. 15
    Not surprised says:

    Why do we need one Minister without Portfolio never mind two?

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  14. 16
    Dianne Abbot says:

    I don’t see any West Indian mothers in that line up.

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    • 37
      Soapsuds and bubbles says:

      Stop whinging Di, at least you managed to dislodge your opposite number in that lot across the floor.

      All you need now is a new diet and you’ll be right up against that famous wall of yours.

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  15. 17
    Money tree says:

    So how is that brains trust going to get the Tories elected in 2015?
    Bit of a gift to UKIP

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  16. 18
    Anonymous says:

    Oliver Heald is Solicitor General,

    Dominic Grieve remains Attorney General

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  17. 20
    Do the shuffle says:

    Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change – The Rt Hon Edward Davey MP

    Is he related to Wavey Davey?

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    • 28
      Pundit Too says:

      No he is probably related to the inventor of the Davey lamp – which is apt considering the darkness descending.

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    • 38
      Soapsuds and bubbles says:

      and since he hasn’t a hope in hell of changing the climate,his salary should be halved.

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  18. 21
    Anonymous says:

    I’m seeing conflicting reports about who the Attorney General is and who the M. for women, equaility and Marxism is.

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  19. 22
    Want the deficit reduced says:

    Guido- are any of them Conservatives?

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  20. 23
    John Page says:

    I thought Maria Miller was now Minister for Women and Equalities as well? Or was that misreported?

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    • 33
      Andrew says:

      No, it’s correct. I expect she’ll chop wood at Chequers and polish up the Cameron family silver too.

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  21. 24

    Perhaps Cameron wanted to surround himself with fresh faces who are grateful for the job/money and who wont point out the obvious that policies are failing and out of step with pulse of our nation.

    If any of you are here, take note, even some Lords are now agreeing that our government, ie you, are damaging the social fabric of this nation. The public have booooooooooddddd Osborne. Are you going to toe the line and keep your fingers crossed while Britain fails under current leadership or are you going to knock some sense into Cameron and his buddies and try to repair the damage? Remember the IMF says you have it wrong, even your old once faithful economists say that you have it wrong, the public have booooooooodddddddd, are you going to reinspire this nation or continue its descent into darkness?

    Do you represent the people or your own egos and wallets? Daft question.

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  22. 26
    Perry says:

    Benefits cheats are said to steal from the tax payer and jailed, expenses fraudulently claimed from the taxpayer by MPs said to be a mistake and lead to promotion to Government position. Am I missing something?

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  23. 32
    Andrew says:

    Nice to see a bit of history in the making.

    Chris Grayling is the first non-lawyer to be Lord Chancellor since 1558.

    In those days it if it was not a lawyer it was a churchman. Mr G is a television producer and perhaps his trade fills in for the Law and the Church these days.

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  24. 39
    Soapsuds and bubbles says:

    Has E2R commented yet on “Her” new guvmint?

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  25. 40
    Buster says:

    Did anyone expect anything sensible from Clegaron?

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  26. 41
    Nan Taylor says:

    Right? Honourable? The c*nts are rarely right – none of the thieving c*nts are honourable. Pompous fekkin arsewipes.

    Anyway, they are totally pointless. The EU runs the show now.

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TJ says:

And i’ve noticed that 100% of Guido Fawkes staff are men. Looks like Guido has a woman problem. Or is it an hypocrisy problem?


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