1. Former Chancellor Sajid Javid ‘was undermined by No10 from day one in bid to force him to spend billions m  The Sun
  2. Boris Johnson assembles new look Cabinet at Downing Street  The Telegraph
  3. PM's Treasury power grab doomed to fail, warn former insiders  The Guardian
  4. Johnson's private-schooled cabinet has no place in modern Britain  The Independent
  5. Boris Johnson's new-look Cabinet gives the green light to points-based immigration system  Daily Mail
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SAJID Javid’s allies have furiously accused No10 of undermining him from day one in a bid to force him to spend billions more. As the fall out over the former Chancellor’s dramatic resignation on T…

Former Chancellor Sajid Javid ‘was undermined by No10 from day one in bid to force him to spend billions more’ – The Sun

Boris Johnson's new-look Cabinet today agreed to the Prime Minister's plans to introduce an Australian-style points-based immigration system at the start of 2021.Boris Johnson's new-look Cabinet today agreed to the Prime Minister's plans to introduce an Australian-style points-based immigration system at the start of 2021.

Boris Johnson's new-look Cabinet gives the green light to points-based immigration system | Daily Mail Online

December’s dismantling of the red wall was a poisoned chalice for the Tories. For while on the one hand delivering the party’s biggest majority since 1987, it will also force them to change how they govern. For the Conservatives now represent a socioeconomically wider range of constituencies than ever before – and in order to keep them at the next election, they will have toDecember’s dismantling of the red wall was a poisoned chalice for the Tories. For while on the one hand delivering the party’s biggest majority since 1987, it will also force them to change how they

Johnson's private-schooled cabinet has no place in modern Britain | The Independent

“We’re here to deliver for the people of this country. We're going to cut crime, we're going to tackle homelessness, and we’re going to invest more in our NHS and schools. https://t.co/DSuQLBPQRZ”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "We’re here to deliver for the people of this country. We're going to cut crime, we're going to tackle homelessness, and we’re going to invest more in our NHS and schools.… https://t.co/mRj545U37m"

“This government will deliver on the priorities of the British people. Investing more in our NHS and schools, levelling up with better infrastructure, and tackling crime with 20,000 more police on the streets.”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "This government will deliver on the priorities of the British people. Investing more in our NHS and schools, levelling up with better infrastructure, and tackling crime with 20,000 more police on the streets.… https://t.co/T9LXI0D44B"

“Who's been fired and who's been hired? Jeremy and our audience break down Boris Johnson's cabinet reshuffle. @TheJeremyVine | @Channel5_tv | #JeremyVine https://t.co/M60DA2Yjcz”

Jeremy Vine On 5 on Twitter: "Who's been fired and who's been hired? Jeremy and our audience break down Boris Johnson's cabinet reshuffle. @TheJeremyVine | @Channel5_tv | #JeremyVine… https://t.co/BSceZHvV9f"

“Boris Johnson’s reshuffle was all about centralising power This government will run things from No 10. Those cabinet members with strong views about their briefs have opinions that match Downing St's. My @guardian piece on the message of the reshuffle: https://t.co/GXEhFTjVkV”

Katy Balls on Twitter: "Boris Johnson’s reshuffle was all about centralising power This government will run things from No 10. Those cabinet members with strong views about their briefs have opinions that match Downing St's. My @guardian piece on the message of the reshuffle: https://t.co/GXEhFTjVkV"

Nick Macpherson was never content to be just a bean counter.Nick Macpherson was never content to be just a bean counter.

This reshuffle was the start of a Whitehall revolution

The new system will come into force from next year and is designed to reduce the number of low-skilled migrants coming into the UK The new system will come into force from next year and is designed to reduce the number of low-skilled migrants coming into the UK

Cabinet approves post-Brexit points-based system to cut low-skilled migrants - Mirror Online

Boris Johnson’s plans for a points-based immigration system have been rubber-stamped by the Cabinet.Boris Johnson’s plans for a points-based immigration system have been rubber-stamped by the Cabinet.

Cabinet backs Boris Johnson’s plan for points-based immigration system | PoliticsHome.com

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BORIS Johnson’s new Cabinet has agreed to the introduction of a new Australian-style points-based system from January 1 2021, targeting the… BORIS Johnson’s new Cabinet has agreed to the introduction of a new Australian-style points-based system from January 1 2021, targeting the…

PM's new Cabinet backs introducing points-based migration system to cut low-skilled numbers | HeraldScotland

The system is designed to reduce the number of low-skilled migrants entering Britain from next year. The system is designed to reduce the number of low-skilled migrants entering Britain from next year.

Johnson's new Cabinet agrees to bring in points-based immigration system