PM Theresa May has unveiled more junior ministerial appointments, as the shape of her government nears completion.
Sir Alan Duncan returns to the front bench as a foreign minister and Mrs May's former parliamentary aide Michael Ellis is now deputy Commons leader.
Prisons minister Andrew Selous is the latest to leave the justice department. Sam Gyimah and Phillip Lee join it.
George Hollingbery has been moved from the whips' office to become Mrs May's parliamentary private secretary.
Business minister Anna Soubry, Dominic Raab at justice, and pensions minister Baroness Altmann have all left government.
Baroness Altmann, who resigned on Saturday, was made a peer and appointed minister for pensions by David Cameron in 2015 after carving a career out of fighting for older people's rights.