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Cabinet reshuffle UK 2021: Boris Johnson chairs first meeting of top team in Downing Street since wielding axe


BORIS Johnson’s new Cabinet met in Downing Street today for the first time since the brutal reshuffle saw four of them axed.

The PM’s 30-strong top team filed into the famous room in No10 at 9am for a special Friday morning get together.

Most were Cabinet survivors of Mr Johnson’s shake-up, but for four newly promoted ministers it was their first time sat around the oval table.

Notable absences included axed Gavin Williamson, Robert Jenrick, Robert Buckland and Amanda Milling who fell foul of the PM’s clear-out.

Mr Johnson is set to impress the importance of delivering on his flagship levelling-up agenda.

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