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Justine Greening has been appointed education secretary and minister for women and equalities, Number 10 said.
She was formerly the secretary of state for international development.
She told reporters it was her "perfect job" as she left No 10.
As she left Downing Street new Education & Equalities Secretary says to me it's 'my perfect job'
Justine Greening, the secretary of state for international development, has arrived at Number 10, as Theresa May's Cabinet reshuffle continues.
An announcement on her position in the Cabinet is expected soon.
Asked if she might fill the health or education posts, Ms Greening said "it's not up to me".