We finally have a Cabinet that believes in Brexit – or do we?
‘There has been much misleading comment masquerading as analysis about the nature of the new Cabinet.’ John Redwood. See at end. And an insightful comment from Protestant.
- Karen Bradley
- James Brokenshire
- Greg Clark
- Liam Fox
- David Gauke
- Chris Grayling
- Philip Hammond
- Damian Hinds
- Jeremy Hunt
- David Lidington
- Theresa May
- Penny Mordaunt
- David Mundell
- Caroline Nokes
- Claire Perry
- Rory Stewart
- Mel Stride
- Jeremy Wright
All had backed Remain in 2016 apart from Fox, Grayling and Mordaunt.
The new Cabinet line-up is as follows (2016 Leave backers in bold):
Full Cabinet members
- Boris Johnson – Prime Minister
- Sajid Javid – Chancellor of the Exchequer
- Priti Patel – Home Secretary
- Dominic Raab – Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State
- Steve Barclay – Brexit Secretary
- Michael Gove – Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
- Ben Wallace – Defence Secretary
- Liz Truss – Secretary of State for International Trade and President of the Board of Trade
- Matt Hancock – Health & Social Care Secretary
- Theresa Villiers – Environment, Food & Rural Affairs Secretary
- Gavin Williamson – Education Secretary
- Nicky Morgan – Digital, Culture, Media & Sport Secretary
- Andrea Leadsom – Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy Secretary
- Robert Jenrick – Secretary of State for Housing, Communities & Local Government
- Amber Rudd – Secretary of State for Work & Pensions and Minister for Women & Equalities
- Robert Buckland – Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice
- Alok Sharma – Secretary of State for International Development
- Grant Shapps – Secretary of State for Transport
- Alun Cairns – Secretary of State for Wales
- Julian Smith – Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
- Alister Jack – Secretary of State for Scotland
- Baroness Evans of Bowes Park – Leader of the House of Lords and Lord Privy Seal
- James Cleverly – Conservative Party Chairman and Minister without Portfolio
- Mark Spencer – Chief Whip
- Jacob Rees-Mogg – Leader of the House of Commons and Lord President of the Council
- Rishi Sunak – Chief Secretary to the Treasury
- Geoffrey Cox – Attorney General
- Oliver Dowden – Paymaster General and Minister for the Cabinet Office
- Brandon Lewis – Minister of State at the Home Office
- Esther McVey – Minister of State at the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government
- Jo Johnson – Minister of State at the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and Department for Education
- Kwasi Kwarteng – Minister of State at the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
- Jake Berry – Minister of State at the Cabinet Office and the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government
There has been much misleading comment masquerading as analysis about the nature of the new Cabinet.
There are just two members who voted against the Withdrawal Agreement on all three occasions it came forward, and three who voted against it on two of the three occasions.
There are fourteen who voted Remain plus the Chief Whip.
The big majority of the Cabinet supported Mrs May’s Withdrawal Agreement, and some were particularly vocal in urging others to do so.
COMMENT by Protestant.
I completely agree that, since the Globalists want to destroy all national borders, the best thing we can do is make even more, smaller independent nations, including England.
However, leftists need not worry about Boris, who has handed control of Britain’s finances, police, immigration system and foreign aid budget to two Pakistani Muslims and a Brahmin caste Hindu from India, all of whom worship a Moon Demon.
Priti Patel, for example, was previously in charge of Britain’s Foreign Aid Budget, which she generously ladled out to her fellow countrymen in Pakistan, giving them special cashpoint cards, so they could withdraw British taxpayers’ money directly via their own banks in Pakistan.
Priti Patel was later sacked for holding secret meetings with Israeli government officials while she was on “holiday” with her family, without the knowledge or permission of the British government.
Her astonishing promotion, after her treasonous negotiations with the Israel, makes you wonder who is actually in control of Britain.
And Boris has just put another Indian in charge of foreign aid, Alok Sharma of the Brahmin caste (who have to perform special cleansing rituals if forced to shake hands with a lower caste member), to continue the Globalist “re-distribution of wealth” flowing from Britain to the Third World.
Just like Scotland, whose police force was quietly placed under the control of a Pakistani Muslim a few years ago. The Scots endlessly complain about the English, yet place their police force in the hands of Pakistani Muslims without a word of protest. Isn’t it odd?
Boris Johnson’s Wikipedia extract –
According to Gimson, Johnson was “a humane man” who “could also be staggeringly inconsiderate of others” when pursuing his own interests. Gimson also noted that Johnson has “an excessive desire to be liked”.
—Biographer Sonia Purnell, 
According to Purnell, “[Johnson] is blessed with immense charisma, wit, sex appeal and celebrity gold dust; he is also recognised and loved by millions—although perhaps less so by many who have had to work closely with him (let alone depend on him). Resourceful, cunning and strategic, he can pull off serious political coups when the greater good happens to coincide with his personal advantage but these aspirations are rarely backed up by concrete achievements, or even detailed plans.”
Furthermore, Purnell noted that Johnson was a “highly evasive figure” when it came to his personal life, who remained detached from others and who had very few if any intimate friends. Among friends and family, Johnson is known as “Al” rather than “Boris”. Gimson stated that Johnson “has very bad manners. He tends to be late, does not care about being late, and dresses without much care”. Highly ambitious and very competitive, Johnson was, Gimson noted, born “to wage a ceaseless struggle for supremacy”.
He would be particularly angered with those he thought insulted aspects of his personal life; for instance, when an article in The Telegraph upset Johnson he emailed commissioning editor Sam Leith with the simple message “Fuck off and die.” Thus, Purnell notes, Johnson hides his ruthlessness “using bumbling, self-deprecation or humour”, adding that he was a fan of “laddish banter and crude sexual references”.
TAP – Where does that leave us? Johnson clearly sees Brexit as the best vehicle to deliver the Johnson supremacy, his real agenda. The elites will no doubt redesign themselves around a Brexit future and make sure the plebs are kept firmly in their place. I wonder who will arrange all the details. I don’t sense any interest in wars with Iran and Russia. But maybe I’m wrong to think that. Hunt was certainly up for a bit of killing. Will Johnson allow Britain and the human race to live a bit longer as long as we feed his ego and heap praise upon him? If he delivers Brexit, he will become immensely popular. If he cuts taxes and gets the economy working, even more so. Will he work back the powers of the EU and the bureaucracies? Farage can then hang up his boots. And the Blair era will be over. Yes. I am dreaming.