Boris Johnson has given key bureau jobs to driving Brexiteers in the wake of turning into the UK’s new leader.
Dominic Raab and Priti Patel come back to government as outside secretary and home secretary individually.
Sajid Javid has been named as the new chancellor as the greater part of Theresa May’s old bureau, including administration rival Jeremy Hunt, quit or were sacked.
Prior, Mr Johnson said the Brexit “doomsters and gloomsters” weren’t right and the UK would leave on 31 October.
Talking outside No 10, he said the UK would comply with that time constraint “no uncertainties, no buts”, including: “The buck stops with me.”
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Mr Johnson at that point directed his concentration toward an extreme update of the administration, with 17 of Mrs May’s previous senior pastors being cut out or venturing down.
Reporting his takeoff, Foreign Secretary Mr Hunt said he had been offered an elective job however had turned it down.