Media Signature Jacob Rees-Mogg learns about the new role of Laura Kuenssberg of the BBC European Research Group (ERG) denied the takeover of the Cabinet by "Leave".
"Boris brings the country, the party, together with his cabinet orders," he said.
The Cabinet in numbers
In Mr. Johnson's new Cabinet, 17 of Ms. May's former high-ranking ministers have been canceled or resigned.
Former Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt said he had offered him an alternate role but refused, and the leading Brexit penny mordaunt and liam fox were also replaced as defense secretary and international trade secretary.
Both supported Mr. Hunt in the Tory Leadership Contest.
"Prime Minister in a hurry"
These are the decisions of a Prime Minister in a hurry.
One who is aware that he is going against the clock.
One who has to do it – within a few months – what his predecessor could not do for years.
Boris Johnson's team was put together with one goal – to help him keep the promise he made and to leave the country. Good time.
Number 10 believes it shows a strength of purpose – a new government that is determined and ready to make decisions after years of drift and disappointment.
Brexit believers have the lead roles. However, it is not a cabinet that consists only of the most burning Eurosceptics.
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Mr. Johnson, in his first speech as Prime Minister, reiterated his determination to remove Britain from the EU by 31 October "no ifs, no buts".
Britain was originally scheduled to leave the EU on 29 March, but the deadline was postponed to 31 October after MEPs rejected Ms. May's resignation three times.
John McDonnell, Shadow Chancellor of Labor If Mr. Johnson were to stand for election on the platform of a dispensable Brexit in one of the upcoming parliamentary elections, his own party would "almost certainly" remain.
However, he told ITV that Labor would still consider a new deal that Mr. Johnson had negotiated with the EU.
"But right now I can not see that he's making a deal that is acceptable either for Labor or for some on his side – so it looks like we're in a straight line between a no deal and Remain, "he added.
In the meantime, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has written to the new Prime Minister that it is "essential" that Scotland has an alternative option to his Brexit plan – and that she would continue to press for a referendum on Scottish independence.