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Big question: What should we make of Theresa May’s new cabinet?

A panel of contributors share their views

By Prospect Team  

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson addresses staff inside the Foreign Office in London, as Theresa May continues the process of appointing ministers to her new administration ©Andrew Matthews/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Yesterday Theresa May became our new Prime Minister. At 5pm, David Cameron handed his resignation to the Queen, who then invited May to form a new government.

She has wasted little time doing so. Last night May began…

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