With the exception of the Home Secretary, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Foreign Secretary and Health Secretary, it seems Mr Johnson is planning on gutting his current Cabinet. Most of the replaced members in Mr Johnson’s upcoming Cabinet reshuffle are expected to be women in a bid to shore up his position as Prime Minister.
Currently, just five of Johnson’s 23 top ministers are women.
Speaking to The Mirror, a Tory insider said: “There’s a faint smell of blood in the air.
“Some of the younger firebrands fancy a tilt at the leadership.
“But wiser heads are biding their time to wait and see what happens next.”Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Boris Johnson set to gut current Cabinet (Image: Getty Images)
Mr Johnson is expected to replace a lot of the top position with women (Image: Getty Images)
Priti Patel, Rishi Sunak and Dominic Raab are all expected to remain in place in the upcoming reshuffle.
Similarly, Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, is also likely to keep his place due to the successful rollout of vaccinations in the UK.
Mr Johnson reportedly decided not to shift any major Cabinet positions until after Britain has overcome the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, which is why July has been pencilled in.
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