THERESA May has brought in a whole host of fresh faces into Government to try and turn around the party’s fortune.Promoting a string of junior MPs into Tory head office and some into her ministerial teams with a reshuffle, the Prime Minister hopes to show Britain her Government is serious about delivering for Britain.Some of her top team have been moved around too, with some secretaries of state being put in new departments.James Brokenshire was also forced to resign yesterday due to ill health – he needs an urgent operation on his lung but will remain as an MP.Which new faces has Mrs May brought in to help her cling onto office?James Cleverly – new Tory party deputy chairman (previously a private secretary to Brandon Lewis in the Home Office)This feisty backbencher has been making waves since he was elected to Parliament as the MP for Braintree in 2015.He was formerly a soldier, and also represented his area in the London Assembly, working with Boris Johnson when he was Mayor.He’s keen to put Labour in its place, and regularly posts sassy and well-liked tweets attacking their top team and policies.He wrote last year that the party needed to “get its… Read full this story
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