Boris Set To Shrink Cabinet After Brexit



WHEN Boris makes his big cabinet reshuffle after Brexit Day the number of members is going to shrink to as low as just 18.

In the meantime, the PM will use his new majority to push through a radically altered Brexit Bill.

Thus meaning that there cannot be any extension of the transition period beyond December 31st next year.

TBG understands that Downing Street intends to hold a vote on the bill this Friday.

TBG has also learnt that Mr Johnson intends to shake up the House of Lords by appointing Brexit supporting peers.

Last night Boris surprised everyone by keeping Nicky Morgan on as Culture Secretary, after being elevated to the Lords

It is the first time a peer has been appointed to a Cabinet role since Lord Adonis and Lord Mandelson under Labour.

Lady Thatcher did the same with Lord Young in the 1980’s.

Simon Hart is the new Welsh Secretary and this pic has details of ministerial changes st the M.O.D.

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