British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has replaced three ministers from his government.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has replaced three ministers in his government as part of a wider reshuffle that began some time ago: Education Minister Gavin Williamson, Housing Minister Robert Jenrick and Justice Minister Robert Buckland.

The Ministry of Justice will go to Dominic Raab, who has left the role of foreign minister: he will be replaced by Liz Truss. Williamson will be replaced by Nadim Zahavi, who was involved in the vaccination campaign till now. Instead Generic will be replaced by longtime politician Michael Gove. The government reshuffle was announced Wednesday morning by a spokesman for Johnson, who said it would help “build a strong and cohesive team to rebuild the country after the pandemic.”

At first it seemed that during the crisis caused by the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan, Rahab was also destined to leave the government, due to much criticism she had received for not returning to Britain immediately from Crete, where she was on holiday. . In the end Johnson only decided to replace him, and also assigned him the post of Deputy Prime Minister.

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