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Theresa May has made several key appointments to form her first Cabinet as prime minister.
Among them are key 'Brexiteers' - Boris Johnson (Foreign Secretary), Liam Fox (International Trade Secretary) and David Davis (Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union) - who have all been given central roles.
ITV News National Editor Allegra Stratton reports:
Boris Johnson has told ITV News he is excited to play a part in the UK's "new relationship with Europe and the world", after he was named foreign secretary in prime minister Theresa May's new cabinet.
When asked if he agreed he had a number of people to apologise to, including President Obama, the new foreign secretary of the UK said: "The United States of America will be at the front of the queue."
Johnson was accused of racism after he suggested during the Brexit campaign that Barack Obama may have an "ancestral dislike of the British empire" because of his heritage.
A sign saying 'Sorry World' has been put outside new foreign secretary Boris Johnson's home in Islington tonight.
It was put up by a member of the public after Boris Johnson was appointed as the new Foreign Secretary by Prime Minister Theresa May.
Boris Johnson appeared surprised by his appointment as foreign secretary in Prime Minister Theresa May's Cabinet.
Being welcomed at the Foreign Office, he said: "You could have knocked me down with a feather."
He went on to say that he was "very, very surprised".
George Osborne did not resign but was sacked as Chancellor by Prime Minister Theresa May, ITV News understands.
Philip Hammond was appointed as the new Chancellor of the Exchequer in Mrs May's cabinet earlier today.
A No 10 source has told ITV's Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship that the MP for Tatton did not resign as initially reported, but was dismissed from the role by Mrs May.
The appointments of Boris Johnson, David Davis and Liam Fox in senior government roles show that Prime Minister Theresa May is committed to Brexit, Downing Street said.
Johnson has been appointed the new Foreign Secretary, along with Davis who was given the role of Brexit minister and Fox, who will lead a new department of International trade in the new cabinet. All three were prominent campaigners for Britain to leave the European Union.
No 10 also said that the appointments highlight how the new PM wants to unite the Conservative Party.
Liam Fox has been named Secretary of State for International Trade in Theresa May's new cabinet, Downing Street said.
David Davis MP has been named Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union in Theresa May's new cabinet.
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The new Foreign Secretary has made several high-profile gaffes and controversies on the international stage.
Boris Johnson's appointment as Foreign Secretary has not gone down well in the US, following a previous insult to President Obama.