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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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Grayling leaves Justice to lead constitutional reform

Outgoing Justice Secretary Chris Grayling is set to become Leader of the House of Commons in the Prime Minister's cabinet reshuffle.

He will take on responsibility for the Government's constitutional reforms including the further devolution of powers to Scotland and legislation to give English MPs a veto over England-only laws at Westminster.

Justice Secretary Chris Grayling is being replaced by Michael Gove

Mr Grayling told the Sunday Telegraph, "We will keep our promise to create the strongest devolved government anywhere in the world for Scotland".

"But there can't be a complete constitutional settlement for the United Kingdom unless it also offers fairness to England. We are all passionate about safeguarding the Union and all of this is essential to preserving it for the future."

Mr Grayling is being replaced as Justice Secretary by Michael Gove who returning to the Cabinet table.

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