David Cameron is back, Suella Braverman sacked

Ange Eric Hatangimana

Rémy RUGIRA

David Cameron returns in cabinet as UK foreign secretary. Suella Braverman is sacked as home secretary and replaced by the foreign secretary, James Cleverly.

Jeremy Hunt remains as chancellor. Thérèse Coffey,former deputy prime minister under Liz Truss, resigned from her position, she is replaced by the health secretary, Steve Barclay.

Barclay is replaced at health by Victoria Atkins, a junior Treasury minister, while Richard Holden, a junior transport minister,replaces Greg Hands as party chair.

David Cameron said he was “delighted to accept” Sunak’s offer. “I believe in public service,” he added.

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David Cameron UK foreign secretary

“While I have been out of frontline politics for the last seven years, I hope that my experience – as Conservative Leader for eleven years and Prime Minister for six – will assist me in helping the Prime Minister to meet these vital challenges.” -David Cameron on X

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