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Rishi Sunak Makes Changes To Strengthen His Government

Ricardo Paulino


This week, the UK Prime Minister has assigned new names to his cabinet in the face of the criticism he has received in recent months, surprising with the appointment of David Cameron as Foreign Secretary.

The former premier has returned to No 10 Downing Street to boost Sunak's policies and improve the perception that Britons have of the Conservative party just before the UK general elections.

“I decided to join this team because I believe Rishi Sunak is a good Prime Minister doing a difficult job at a hard time. I want to support him, I am a member of the team, and I accept the cabinet collect responsibilities that come with that”, David Cameron expressed.

The rest of the government team has been formed as follows:

The RT Hon James Cleverly MP, appointed as Secretary of State for the Home Department

The RT Hon Steve Barclay MP, appointed as Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

The RT Hon Esther McVey MP, appointed as Minister without Portfolio in the Cabinet Office

Laura Trott MBE MP, as Chief Secretary to the Treasury

Victoria Atkins MP, as Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

Richard Holden MP, as Minister without Portfolio in the Cabinet Office

In addition, former Home Secretary Suella Braverman has been fired by Rishi Sunak due to a press article written last week in The Times in which she openly criticized the Metropolitan Police for its biased stance towards the pro-Palestinian protests in London.

Likewise, Mrs. Braverman has written a public letter to Sunak, also criticizing the lack of commitment he had on legal migration with respect to international treaties.

“Your rejection of this path was not merely a betrayal of our agreement, but a betrayal of our promise to the nation that you would do ‘whatever it takes’ to stop the boats”, emphasided Mrs Braverman.

Sir Keir Starmer, the Labour Party leader, raised concerns on David Cameron’s link with China, since he does not trust any secret links that may exist between the former Prime Minister, and the Asian country.

At the same time, Starmer sees in this new cabinet an opportunity for his own party to win the next general elections (January 2025) due to the instability that the Conservatives are going through recently.





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