Reshuffle: Coffey resigns as Environment Secretary, as Cameron returns to government

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The PM heads to a Cabinet meeting on 31 October | Credit: Gov, Flickr
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The PM heads to a Cabinet meeting on 31 October | Credit: Gov, Flickr

Therese Coffey replaced by Stephen Barclay, as Rishi Sunak launches wide-ranging reshuffle that is set to bring in a number of new Ministers to green roles

The government has today launched the latest revamp of its green ministerial ranks, as part of a reshuffle dominated by the shock decision to appoint former Prime Minister David Cameron as Foreign Secretary....

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