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Reshuffle: Cameron’s key appointments—and what they mean

Here's what we can expect from the lineup of the first all-Tory cabinet since 1997

By Josh Lowe  

Boris Johnson's response to the leak was disappointing. Photo: PA

David Cameron has been promoting, moving and in a couple of cases demoting colleagues as he seeks to fill his first post-coalition cabinet. While the top jobs remain largely unchanged, the departure of senior Liberal Democrats has given the Prime Minister plenty of new space to play  with. Below, we’ve run through some of the most important new appointments.

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