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Summary

  1. Welcome to your social buzz. Here you'll find details of stories making an impact across social media
  2. Boris Johnson is the talk of social media timelines as we look at stories that are making waves on Facebook, Twitter and others

Live Reporting

By Paul Harrison

All times stated are UK

The cabinet reshuffle in memes

Why use words when you can post a GIF?  

With George Osborne, Michael Gove and Nicky Morgan sacked it's been described as the most brutal cabinet reshuffle since the "Night of the Long Knives" when Harold MacMillan sacked a third of his cabinet in 1962.

The PM's decisiveness has not been lost on social media where people have turned to rather visual ways of summing up the situation. 

BBC Newsbeat have rounded up some of the best reactions

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Some advice from a former Downing Street resident...

Sarah Brown, the wife of former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, has been tweeting some words of advice...

Wishing Philip May well in his new role - a constant feeling of being one step away from unwitting error but a huge privilege all the same

A certain mobile game is now available in the UK...

A gamer is playing Pokemon Go on a mobile phone
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Yup, that much talked about mobile game has been released in the UK.

Pokemon Go is already available in the US, Australia and Germany but some clever gamers have already found ways around restrictions to get first dibs on the game.

Pokemon Go allows gamers roam a map using their phone's GPS location data and catch Pokemon characters to train and fight.

It has already been a worldwide hit.

Pokemon characters have been spotted outside 10 Downing Street while in the US, museums have urged people not to play the game during their visit. 

How the world reacted to #BorisIsBack

Newspapers, politicians and people on social media have been reacting to Boris Johnson's appointment as the UK foreign secretary. 

A few videos are trending on social media.

Labour leadership candidate Angela Eagle gave her reaction during a campaign event.

Angela Eagle: 'They've made Boris Foreign Secretary?'

While US State Department spokesman Mark Toner had to compose himself during a press conference after hearing the news...

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Let's hear from Boris himself:

Boris Johnson: "I'm very humbled, very proud to be offered this chance"

#BorisIsBack dominates social media

Good morning from London.

The new British foreign secretary Boris Johnson continues to occupy social media timelines. 

We'll take a look at how the world and social media reacted to his appointment. 

Of course it's not all about Boris, we'll look at the rest of Theresa May's new cabinet.

And it's not all about politics, we will let you know what else is popular on social media today too.