As the fall-out from Dave Cameron's reshuffle continues, Cambridgeshire MP Andrew Lansley has confirmed he is not only out of the cabinet but is also stepping down from parliament at the next election.
The former Health Secretary, who was first elected in 1997, said he told the Prime Minister of his decision earlier this year.
He now hopes to get an as-yet unknown "international role".
Matthew Hudson reports on what's next for the South Cambridgeshire MP.
Andrew Lansley leaves the top table of politics after a decade by leaving the Cabinet and announcing he will step down as an MP next year.
David Cameron has carried out the biggest wholesale shake-up of his ministerial team since becoming Prime Minister.
Liz Truss is one of the fastest-rising stars of the 2010 intake of Conservative MPs, reaching the Cabinet at the age of just 38.