Boris Johnson is continuing to appoint more new ministers during his second full day as prime minister.
He completed a radical overhaul of his cabinet after entering Downing Street on Wednesday, making more changes in lower-ranked jobs on Thursday.
Among the latter, long-time ally Kit Malthouse takes over policing at the Home Office, while George Eustice returns to an environment brief.
In his first Commons speech as PM, Mr Johnson promised a new “golden age”.
He promised to get Brexit done by the current deadline of 31 October.
After appointing a new cabinet, with Sajid Javid as chancellor, Dominic Raab as foreign secretary and Priti Patel as home secretary, Mr Johnson began the complex job of reshuffling the rest of his government team.
New appointments so far include:
Thérèse Coffey – promoted