Cameron’s first coalition Cabinet

Prime Minister fills top Government posts

THE full list of the top members of David Cameron’s ministerial team is:

Prime Minister - David Cameron (Conservative)

Deputy Prime Minister - Nick Clegg (Liberal Democrat)

Foreign Secretary - William Hague (Con)


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Chancellor - George Osborne (Con)

Justice Secretary - Kenneth Clarke (Con)

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Home Secretary - Theresa May (Con)

Defence Secretary - Liam Fox (Con)

Business, Innovation and Skills Secretary - Vince Cable (LD)

Work and Pensions Secretary - Iain Duncan Smith (Con)

Energy and Climate Change Secretary - Chris Huhne (LD)

Health Secretary - Andrew Lansley (Con)

Education Secretary - Michael Gove (Con)

Communities and Local Government Secretary - Eric Pickles (Con)

Transport Secretary - Philip Hammond (Con)

Environment Food and Rural Affairs Secretary - Caroline Spelman (Con)

International Development Secretary - Andrew Mitchell (Con)

Northern Ireland Secretary - Owen Paterson (Con)

Scottish Secretary - Danny Alexander (LD)

Welsh Secretary - Cheryl Gillan (Con)

Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport Secretary - Jeremy Hunt (Con)

Chief Secretary to the Treasury - David Laws (Con)

Leader of the House of Lords - Lord Strathclyde (Con)

Minister without Portfolio - Baroness Warsi (who is also Chairman of the Conservative Party)

Also attending Cabinet:

Minister for the Cabinet Office, Paymaster General - Francis Maude (Con)

Minister of State - Cabinet Office - Oliver Letwin (Con)

Minister of State (Universities and Science) - Department for Business, Innovation and Skills - David Willetts (Con)

Leader of the House of Commons, Lord Privy Seal - Sir George Young (Con)

Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury and Chief Whip - Patrick McLoughlin (Con)

Attorney General - Dominic Grieve (Con)

New members of the Privy Council

George Osborne, Liam Fox, Vince Cable, Eric Pickles, Jeremy Hunt, Chris Huhne, Michael Gove, Caroline Spelman, Andrew Lansley, Andrew Mitchell, Danny Alexander, David Laws, Philip Hammond, Dominic Grieve, Owen Paterson, Cheryl Gillan, Baroness Warsi

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