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Sajid Javid is open to returning to the government after a period on the backbenches and is not “bitter” about being forced out as chancellor, allies have said.The prime minister backed DominicSajid Javid is open to returning to the government after a period on the backbenches and is not “bitter” about being forced out as chancellor, allies have said.The prime minister backed Dominic

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Former chancellor Sajid Javid's shock resignation in a row over sacking his personal aides during Thursday's Cabinet reshuffle, sparked a heated debate on Question Time about Boris Johnson's leadership style Former chancellor Sajid Javid's shock resignation in a row over sacking his personal aides during Thursday's Cabinet reshuffle, sparked a heated debate on Question Time about Boris Johnson's leadership style

Question Time audience accuses 'bully' Boris Johnson of 'impersonating' Donald Trump - Mirror Online

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The resignation of Sajid Javid in yesterday’s Cabinet reshuffle may have come as a surprise, but there is a mind at work behind the musical chairs.The resignation of Sajid Javid in yesterday’s Cabinet reshuffle may have come as a surprise, but there is a mind at work behind the musical chairs.

Boris Johnson has shown who is in charge. Hopefully, his new chancellor will be the radical he really needs

It turned out to be a historic reshuffle after all. Sajid Javid became the first chancellor of the exchequer since Iain Macleod in 1970 not to deliver a budget. He was plainly pushed out of office by a prime minister keen to use his election victory to take more power for himself and his kitchen cabinet of unelected advisers.It turned out to be a historic reshuffle after all. Sajid Javid became the first chancellor of the exchequer since Iain Macleod in 1970 not to deliver a budget. He was plainly pushed out of office by

Boris Johnson’s historic cabinet reshuffle will dramatically destabilise the government | The Independent

FOLLOWING the constant traumas of last year, 2020 was meant to be the year when politics became boring again. Some hope. FOLLOWING the constant traumas of last year, 2020 was meant to be the year when politics became boring again. Some hope.

Don’t think Boris isn’t tough enough to make big calls, says ROSS CLARK | Express Comment | Comment | Express.co.uk

“The Rt Hon Rishi Sunak MP @RishiSunak has been appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer @HMTreasury”

UK Prime Minister on Twitter: "The Rt Hon Rishi Sunak MP @RishiSunak has been appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer @HMTreasury… "

“It has been a privilege to serve as Chancellor of the Exchequer. The Prime Minister & government will continue to have my full support from the backbenches.”

Sajid Javid on Twitter: "It has been a privilege to serve as Chancellor of the Exchequer. The Prime Minister & government will continue to have my full support from the backbenches.… https://t.co/99zP00qEky"

“Serving the people of Northern Ireland has been the biggest privilege. I am extremely grateful to @BorisJohnson for giving me the chance to serve this amazing part of our country. The warmth & support from people across NI has been incredible. Thank you so much.”

Julian Smith MP on Twitter: "Serving the people of Northern Ireland has been the biggest privilege. I am extremely grateful to @BorisJohnson for giving me the chance to serve this amazing part of our country. The warmth & support from people across NI has been incredible. Thank you so much."

“Got a promotion in the #reshuffle to be a better Dad with more time to spend with this gorgeous little one.... Thanks everyone who I’ve had the chance to work with and the civil service teams that have supported me- you have all been amazing”

Chris Skidmore on Twitter: "Got a promotion in the #reshuffle to be a better Dad with more time to spend with this gorgeous little one.... Thanks everyone who I’ve had the chance to work with and the civil service teams that have supported me- you have all been amazing… https://t.co/6xw6TuMiMO"

The Cabinet reshuffle dominates the nation’s front pages on Friday.The Cabinet reshuffle dominates the nation’s front pages on Friday.

What the papers say – February 14 | Irvine Times

The cable is holding onto gains triggered by the replacement of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Us consumer confidence and Brexit will also be eyed tThe cable is holding onto gains triggered by the replacement of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Us consumer confidence and Brexit will also be eyed t

GBP/USD: Pound sparkling with the new romance on Downing Street

The City reacted with cautious optimism to the promotion of Rishi Sunak to the position of Chancellor of the Exchequer.The pound initially dipped as reports filtered through that Sajid Javid hadThe City reacted with cautious optimism to the promotion of Rishi Sunak to the position of Chancellor of the Exchequer.The pound initially dipped as reports filtered through that Sajid Javid had

Pound jumps on hopes new Chancellor will turn on the spending taps - AOL

BORIS Johnson has risked deepening tensions with Donald Trump by scrapping a visit to America next month to see him. The US President is desperate to seal a trade deal with Britain before his re-el…

Boris Johnson risks deepening tensions with Donald Trump by cancelling a trip to the US to see him – The Sun

Sajid Javid quits with Budget due on March 11Sajid Javid quits with Budget due on March 11

Chancellor resigns just weeks before the Budget | Construction Enquirer News

The chancellor’s exit is the prelude to the biggest change in how the British state runs itself since devolution – but it may be brief.  The chancellor’s exit is the prelude to the biggest change in how the British state runs itself since devolution – but it may be brief.  

Sajid Javid’s resignation is the end of an era in British politics

Despite being repeatedly tipped as a 'prime minister-in-waiting' since entering the House of Commons less than five years ago, Rishi Sunak has always been better known in India than Britain.Despite being repeatedly tipped as a 'prime minister-in-waiting' since entering the House of Commons less than five years ago, Rishi Sunak has always been better known in India than Britain.

'Maharaja of the Dales' with the £2bn father-in-law: ANDREW PIERCE examines Rishi Sunak  | Daily Mail Online

Boris Johnson consolidates his powerBoris Johnson consolidates his power

Reshuffle - Rishi Sunak is Britain’s new chancellor of the exchequer | Britain | The Economist

Number Ten had been concerned that Javid had been captured by Treasury orthodoxy, hence weekend leaks about plans for curtailing pensions tax relief and a recurring tax on high value properties.Number Ten had been concerned that Javid had been captured by Treasury orthodoxy, hence weekend leaks about plans for curtailing pensions tax relief and a recurring tax on high value properties.

ALEX BRUMMER: Sajid Javid's jagged farewell | This is Money