Jeremy Hunt has been named as the new outside secretary after Boris Johnson quit the bureau over Brexit system.
Head administrator Theresa May, through her official Twitter handle, reported the reshuffle in the bureau and expressed, “The Queen has been satisfied to support the arrangement of Rt Hon @Jeremy_Hunt as Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.”
Chase was the longest serving wellbeing secretary, since the formation of the National Health Service (NHS) in 1948.
Culture secretary Matt Hancock will assume control as wellbeing secretary, which was prior taken care of by Hunt while Jeremy Wright will supplant Matt Hancock as culture secretary.
Johnson surrendered from his post before on Monday.
Johnson’s unexpected acquiescence came hours after the pastor accountable for Brexit transactions, David Davis abdication.
Prior, Davis had communicated his mistake over Britain’s Prime clergyman Theresa May’s new “business-accommodating” plan to leave the European Union (EU).