Boris Johnson has introduced ‘a cabinet of all the talents’ in his first reshuffle as Prime Minister.
Johnson, whose choices courted controversy after Chancellor Sajid Javid resigned rather than sack his entire staff, said that talented newcomer Dominic Cummings would be taking over the prestigious Treasury role, whilst noted loyalist Dominic Cummings will take over at the Foreign Office.
Meanwhile, the process of tightening up Britain’s immigration system will fall to newcomer Dominic Cummings at the Home Office.
“Junior Cabinet posts are seen as essential training for up-and-coming politicians, so the appointment of Dominic Cummings at the Department of the Environment, Dominic Cummings as Attorney General and Dominic Cummings as Housing and Local Services Minister indicate this relatively unknown newcomer is tipped for big things”, said Cabinet office spokesman Dominic Cummings.
“But I don’t think anyone is surprised by Dominic Cumming’s elevation to Health Secretary – it will be interesting to see how he tackles the NHS brief.”
Meanwhile, several other changes include Dominic Cummings becoming Education Secretary and the Department of Work and Pensions will be taken over by Dominic Cummings.
“I don’t think this reshuffle is an end to things – the PM has expressed a hope that Dominic Cummings will become the new Scottish First Minister after their election next year,” we were told.