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Live Reporting

By Harriet Agerholm

All times stated are UK

  1. FT: 'Johnson picks hardcore cabinet'

    Financial Times front page 25/07/19
  2. Who will fill the last cabinet seats?

    Cabinet table

    Only a handful of posts are left for the cabinet now, including Leader of the Commons, Attorney General, and the Tory Party chair.

    We have seen Jacob Rees-Mogg, James Cleverely, Geoffrey Cox and Esther McVey go in.

    And we should find out soon who will be filling the empty seats the the table.

  3. Baroness Evans stays as Lords leader

    Baroness Evans
  4. Who has gone today?

    As Boris Johnson's cabinet takes shape, which ministers have lost or given up their jobs?

    The list of MPs who started the day in the cabinet but end it on the backbenches includes:

    • Philip Hammond
    • David Liddington
    • David Gauke
    • Rory Stewart
    • Jeremy Hunt
    • Penny Mordaunt
    • Liam Fox
    • Greg Clarke
    • Karen Bradley
    • Jeremy Wright
    • David Mundell
    • Caroline Nokes
    • Damian Hinds
    • Chris Grayling
    • James Brokenshire
    • Claire Perry
    • Mel Stride
  5. Jack takes over Scotland office

    Alister Jack
  6. Former chief whip takes Northern Ireland job

    Julian Smith
  7. What went wrong for Karen Bradley?

    From Eimear Flanagan, BBC Northern Ireland

    Karen Bradley

    Karen Bradley's departure as Northern Ireland secretary comes as no surprise to many.

    As she leaves, the return of devolution at Stormont seems further away than when she accepted the job 19 months ago.

    She has also infuriated survivors of historical abuse, enraged some Troubles victims and was lampooned for her lack of understanding of Northern Ireland voters.

    So what went wrong for Karen Bradley?

    Read more here.

  8. Cairns stays as Welsh secretary

    Alun Cairns
  9. Shapps takes over transport department

    Grant Shapps