Rishi Sunak has broken up the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy into three new departments and appointed a new energy and net zero secretary.
Why it matters
The reshuffle is significant as it reflects Sunak's priorities and aims to reassert his grip over his divided party. It also comes after the sacking of Nadhim Zahawi over his tax affairs and an investigation into bullying allegations against his deputy prime minister, Dominic Raab.
What the papers say
The Guardian, Reuters, politics.co.uk, The Independent, BBC News
How we got here
Sunak had pledged to create a new energy department during his summer campaign to be Conservative leader, and sources said he had intentions since entering No 10 of creating an energy and science department and merging business and trade.
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Rishi Sunak is a British politician serving as Chancellor of the Exchequer since February 2020. He was appointed Chancellor by the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, following the resignation of Sajid Javid during a Cabinet reshuffle in 2020.
Nadhim Zahawi is an Iraqi-born British Conservative Party politician of Kurdish descent who is a junior Minister and has been the Member of Parliament for Stratford-on-Avon since 2010, after the retirement of previous Conservative MP John Maples.
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Dominic Rennie Raab is a British politician serving as First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs since July 2019.
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