Ministers of Education, Housing and Justice were removed from the British government this Wednesday as part of a reshuffle initiated by Prime Minister Boris Johnson following a series of crises, including an epidemic or withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Education Minister Gavin Williamson said he was “privileged to serve as Minister of Education from 2019” and, unsurprisingly, confirmed leaving first.
“Despite the challenges of the global epidemic, I am particularly proud of the transformative reforms I have undertaken,” he wrote on Twitter.
It was highly critical of the cancellation of secondary education exams and the closure of schools during the Govt-19 epidemics, which was a questionable continuum.
Opposition Labor Party “shadow minister” Kate Green said Williamson had left the tradition of “two years of election chaos and abandoned, unsupported and hopeless officials”.
Minister of Justice Robert Buckland and Minister of Housing Robert Genrick were also fired.
Dominic Robb was under pressure from learning that he was continuing his vacation in Greece during the crisis of the British withdrawal from Afghanistan, losing his foreign ministry to the judiciary.
Johnson was appointed head of government to replace him when he was admitted to hospital last April, and Rob now holds the official title of deputy prime minister.
The current Minister of International Trade, Liz Truss, took his place and he was instrumental in negotiating the post-Brexit agreements, so the relocation is considered a promotion by analysts.
Michael Cove, secretary of state for the Council of Ministers, is considered to be the most efficient in the administration and is now in charge of the housing department.
Cove has been one of the most experienced government ministers in the past, leading the education, environment and justice sectors, so he will join the work of achieving one of Johnson’s promises of “balancing the country.” Provinces of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The untouchables are Home Minister Priti Patel and Finance Minister Rishi Sunak, two prominent figures in the right-wing wing of the Conservative Party.
Patel has been on the mission since 2019, despite allegations that he intimidated public officials into failing to cross illegal immigrants on the English Channel.
Sunak, who became Johnson’s potential successor due to measures to support the economy and workers during epidemics, is responsible for budget and fiscal policy.
Following speculation about the imminence of government reform, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson today began renewing his cabinet and executive members.
The last government reshuffle took place after the UK formally withdrew from the European Union (EU) in February last year.
Government sources told the BBC that the restructuring aims to set up a “strong and united team” that will focus on recovering from the epidemic and “uniting and stabilizing the entire country.”
After the Prime Minister’s weekly discussion in the House of Representatives, the team’s restructuring began this afternoon and is expected to continue in the coming days.
Last week, the Conservative leader denied that the executive’s action was a priority and responded to reporters by saying, “The people of the country are focused on recovery. [pandemia] Covit-19 “.
In the British press, many commentators noted that reluctance was the main reason for the question of Johnson’s character.
“One of the prime ministers’ worst mistakes is the need to be applauded and more than Boris Johnson. He was shocked when someone confronted him who thought he was nothing more than a funny crowd. He hates change. He must create enemies,” Ian Dale explained in the Daily Telegraph.
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