Cameron mulls make-up of new cabinet

Saturday, 09 May 2015 - 9:14

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David Cameron is spending the weekend finalising his first all-Conservative cabinet after his party won a majority in Thursday's election.

The Premier has already reappointed Chancellor George Osborne, who has also been made first secretary of state.

Theresa May remains home secretary, Philip Hammond foreign secretary, and Michael Fallon defence secretary.

The Conservatives won 331 seats - five more than needed for a Commons majority - their first such victory since 1992.


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