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David Cameron unveils first all-Tory Cabinet in 18 years

David Cameron - the first Conservative leader to win an outright majority for 23 years - named his ministerial team.

Sajid Javid took the job of Business Secretary and Boris Johnson was handed a non-ministerial role while he remains Mayor of London.

A number of female MPs, including Priti Patel and Amber Rudd, were also promoted to leading positions.

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'Snoopers' Charter' will be one of May's key issues

Powers for security services to monitor online communications will be a "key issue" for May Credit: Reuters

Home Secretary Theresa May is set to revive controversial plans to introduce new laws on security services' ability to monitor online communications.

In 2013, the Communications Data Bill - dubbed a "snoopers' charter" by critics - was shelved after opposition from the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.

Now, operating without the compromises of coalition, May said after meeting David Cameron at Downing Street tonight that a data bill will be one of her "key issues".

We have made very clear that we want to ensure that our security services and our law enforcement agencies have the capabilities they need to keep us safe and secure

– Theresa May

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