LONDON : British Prime Minister Boris Johnson shook up his Cabinet on Wednesday, attempting to move on from a series of political missteps and get his agenda of “levelling up" economic opportunities across the U.K.
after the pandemic back on track. Johnson’s office said the prime minister would appoint “a strong and united team to build back better from the pandemic." One of the biggest changes was firing Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab.
Johnson's office said Raab will now be the justice secretary and deputy prime minister, a demotion from his earlier role heading one of the government's biggest departments.