Here’s a guide to who’s who in David Cameron’s cabinet: Prime Minister. David Cameron, who became prime minister in 2010 at the head of a coalition government with the Liberal Democrats, has now appointed an all-Conservative cabinet. David Cameron continued announcing his new cabinet on Monday with many ministers keeping their old positions. Photograph: Carl Court/Getty Images Jessica Elgot, Rowena Mason and Andrew Sparrow. The Conservatives won a small majority in the 2015 general election, meaning David Cameron could appoint his first fully Tory Cabinet.
Following the 2015 general election, David Cameron has formed a government. We take a closer look at the candidates as David Cameron’s cabinet begins to take shape. After the Conservative’s surprise majority win in the 2015 general election, Prime Minister David Cameron has been busy assembling his first ever all-Tory cabinet. But who has been promoted, who is keeping their place and who will replace ousted Lib Dem ministers such as Vince Cable, Ed Davey and Danny Alexander?.
Following Friday’s fireworks, it’s time to get down to business: the Prime Minister has set about forming the first all-Conservative cabinet in 18 years, with Sajid Javid appointed as business secretary, while Iain Duncan Smith has kept the work and pensions gig. Three new female ministers take seats around David Cameron’s cabinet table as the British prime minister launches his most wide-ranging reshuffle yet, with Foreign Secretary William Hague’s post going to a Euroskeptic. He accepted an appointment to Mr. Cameron’s weekly political cabinet, but will not be a minister. A version of this article appears in print on May 12, 2015, on page A7 of the New York edition with the headline: British Prime Minister Announces His New Cabinet.
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Osborne himself was made the most senior member of the cabinet by Cameron last week, a reward for overseeing a recovery in Britain’s economy that helped the Conservative Party to win an unexpected outright majority. Osborne and Alexander halved the budget deficit between 2010 and 2015 but failed to meet their original target of largely eliminating the shortfall by now. David Cameron has appointed existing top ministers to their positions in his new cabinet, with a few new faces. Read David Cameron unveils first all-Tory Cabinet in 18 years latest on ITV News. All the Tuesday 12th May 2015 news. U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron named a record number of women to his first all-Conservative cabinet and said London Mayor Boris Johnson, a possible future Tory leader, will take part in the meetings. Conservative member of parliament Amber Rudd arrives for a meeting at 10 Downing Street in central London on May 11, 2015. David Cameron has opted for stability as he assembles his new Government, keeping the top four Cabinet ministers in their roles. David Cameron tonight said George Osborne will continue to be Chancellor of the Exchequer as he announced the most senior members of his new Conservative Cabinet.
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Half of David Cameron’s new cabinet was privately educated, Sutton Trust research published today reveals, but twice as many have been to comprehensive schools as in the coalition cabinet of 2010. Cameron has achieved his aim around the Cabinet table: exactly one third of all ministers permitted to attend cabinet are women. As part of his new style of governing, David Cameron addressed Cabinet today with cameras recording the first bit. The idea was clearly to set out his mission for the Parliament, to set an idea in people’s minds of what it is that he stands for just in case anyone had any doubts. Can you name the David Cameron Cabinet post Election 2015? – a quiz by MarkC1984.
LONDON: Prime Minister David Cameron today promoted one of Britain’s most prominent Indian-origin MPs Priti Patel by making her the new Employment Minister, as he continued to give finishing. Prime Minister David Cameron has spent the weekend drawing up his all-Conservative Cabinet, with many familiar faces returning to their desks. The Tory leader has shown remarkable loyalty to senior ministers who served in his first administration, says the Financial Times, with George Osborne, Theresa May and Philip Hammond returning to their posts as Chancellor, Home Secretary and Foreign Secretary respectively. Ruling Conservatives’ Indian-origin stalwart, British Prime Minister David Cameron’s Indian Diaspora champion Priti Patel also retained her Witham seat with a 41. The comprehensive Cabinet: Public schoolboy Cameron reaches for state-educated ministers (apart from Boris) as he promotes women and gives Pickles the push. Published: 04:02 EST, 11 May 2015 Updated: 03:53 EST, 12 May 2015. Mr Cameron is expected to reveal the rest of his Cabinet on Monday, with more junior posts being announced later next week. It has previously been held by William Hague between 2010 and 2015, Lord Mandelson between 2009 and 2010, John Prescott from 2001 and 2007 and Michael Heseltine from 1995 to 1997.