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Wednesday, 29 May, 2002, 16:54 GMT 17:54 UK
Cabinet reshuffle at-a-glance
Tony Blair
Waiting for the new arrivals?
Here is the complete list of Prime Minister Tony Blair's new ministerial appointments:

CABINET MINISTERS

  • Alistair Darling - Secretary of State for Transport (was Secretary of State for Work and Pensions)

  • Andrew Smith - Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (was Chief Secretary to the Treasury)

  • Paul Boateng - Chief Secretary to the Treasury (was Financial Secretary to the Treasury)

    JUNIOR MINISTERS

    Treasury

  • Ruth Kelly - Financial Secretary (was Economic Secretary to the Treasury)

  • John Healey - Economic Secretary (was Parliamentary Under Secretary to the Department for Education and Skills)

    Home Office

  • Hilary Benn - Prisons Minister, Home Office (was Parliamentary Under Secretary, International Development)

  • Lord Falconer - Minister for Criminal Policy (was Housing Minister, Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions)

  • Lord Filkin - Junior Minister for Asylum and Immigration (was Lords Whip)

  • Beverley Hughes - Minister for Asylum and Immigration (was Parliamentary Under Secretary, Home Office)

    Foreign Office

  • Mike O'Brien - Foreign Office Minister for the Middle East (was a backbencher, formerly Home Office Minister)

    Health

  • David Lammy - Parliamentary Under Secretary (new entrant to government)

    Education

  • David Miliband - Schools Minister (new to government)

  • Stephen Twigg - Parliamentary Under Secretary (was Deputy Leader of the House)

    Trade and Industry

  • Stephen Timms - Minister of State (was Schools Minister)

    International development

  • Sally Keeble - Parliamentary Under Secretary (was DTLR minister)

    Privy Council Office

  • Ben Bradshaw - Deputy Leader of the House (was Middle East Minister, Foreign Office)

    Deputy Prime Minister's Office

  • Lord Rooker - Minister for Housing and Planning (was minister for asylum and immigration at the Home Office)

  • Christopher Leslie - Parliamentary Under Secretary (was Parliamentary Secretary Cabinet Office)

  • Tony McNulty - Parliamentary Under Secretary (was in the Whips office)

    Cabinet Office

  • Douglas Alexander - Minister of State (was minister at Department of Trade and Industry)

    Lord Chancellor's Department

  • Yvette Cooper - Parliamentary Secretary (was Public Health Minister)

    Scotland Office

  • Anne McGuire - Parliamentary Secretary (was in Whips office)

    COMMONS WHIPS

  • Jim Fitzpatrick - Lords Commissioner (was Assistant Whip)

  • Jim Murphy - Assistant Whip (new to government)

  • Ian Pearson - Lords Commissioner (was Assistant Whip)

  • Joan Ryan - Assistant Whip (new to government)

  • Derek Twigg - Assistant Whip (new to government)

  • Phil Woolas - Lords Commissioner (was Assistant Whip)

    LORDS WHIPS

  • Lord Grocott - Chief Whip in the Lords (was junior Lords Whip)

  • Baroness Andrews - Lords Whip (new to government)

  • Baroness Crawley - Lords Whip (new to government)

    LEAVING GOVERNMENT

  • Stephen Byers - Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions

  • Keith Bradley - Home Office

  • George Foulkes - Scotland Office

  • Alan Whitehead - DTLR

  • Angela Eagle - Home Office

  • Keith Bradley - Home Office

  • Graham Stringer - Whips Office

  • Lord Carter - Chief Whip in the Lords

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