Theresa May travelled from her home in Berkshire to Downing Street this morning and set about reshaping her Government.
The South West Surrey MP Jeremy Hunt keeps his job at Health, although his new title is Secretary for Health and Social Care. It's said to be a sign that the Prime Minister wants to make social care a top priority for the new year.
There was a big promotion or Aylesbury MP David Lidington, a former Justice Secretary, who has replaced Damian Green as Cabinet Office Minister.
Downing Street said Mr Lidington will be first choice to deputise for Mrs May at Prime Minister's Questions in the Commons when she is unable to attend and will chair "a significant number" of the influential cabinet committees.
Amber Rudd, the MP for Hastings and Rye remains Home Secretary
Greg Clark, the MP for Royal Tunbridge Wells arrived at Downing Street and has kept his job as Business Secretary.
The Prime Minister will continue her reshuffle tomorrow including more junior ministerial roles