The business secretary, Jacob Rees-Mogg, who announced a lifting for the fracking moratorium last month, has resigned, as the new prime minister began forming his cabinet.
As expected, Rishi Sunak has kept Jeremy Hunt as chancellor of the exchequer. James Cleverley stays as foreign secretary. But ten leading figures from the Liz Truss cabinet are out.
We’ll update as new appointments are announced.
Jeremy Hunt – reappointed chancellor of the exchequer
Dominic Raab – justice secretary and deputy prime minister
James Cleverly – reappointed foreign secretary
Ben Wallace – reappointed defence secretary
Nadhim Zahawi – party chairman and minister without portfolio
Oliver Dowden – chancellor of the Ducy of Lancaster
Suella Braverman – home secretary
Grant Shapps – business secretary
Penny Mordaunt – reappointed leader of the house
Gillian Keegan – education secretary
Mel Stride – work and pensions secretary
Therese Coffey – environment secretary
Steve Barclay – health and social care secretary
Michael Gove – levelling up secretary
Kemi Badenoch – reappointed international trade secretary
Michelle Donelan – reappointed culture secretary
Chris Heaton-Harris – reappointed Northern Ireland secretary
Alister Jack – reappointed Scottish secretary
David TC Davies – Welsh secretary
Lord True – reappointed lord privy seal
Victoria Prentis – attorney general
Jeremy Quin – paymaster general, with a cabinet seat
Mark Harper – transport secretary
John Glen – chief secretary to the Treasury, with a cabinet seat
Johnny Mercer – veterans’ minister, with a cabinet seat
Tom Tugendhat – reappointed security minister, with a cabinet seat
Robert Jenrick – immigration minister, with a cabinet seat
Andrew Mitchell – development minister, with a cabinet seat
Simon Hart – chief whip
Graham Stuart has been reappointed as climate minister but will not attend cabinet.
Lee Rowley, MP for the shale gas seat of North East Derbyshire, has been reappointed parliamentary under secretary at the Department of Levelling up.
Kevin Hollinrake, who has more shale gas licences in his constituency than any other, is made parliamentary under secretary at the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Victoria Atkins, who opposed oil production in the Lincolnshire Wolds, becomes financial secretary to the Treasury.
Jacob Rees-Mogg – business secretary
Chloe Smith – work and pensions secretary
Ranil Jawaradena – environment secretary
Brandon Lewes – justice secretary
Simon Clarke – levelling up secretary
Robert Buckland – Wales secretary
Kit Malthouse – education secretary
Jake Berry – Conservative party chairman
Wendy Morton – chief whip
Vicky Ford – Foreign Office minister
Alok Sharma – remains as COP26 president but loses his cabinet position