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Boris appoints a new minister, so he can stick as a leader

Boris Johnsonhas drafted a new interim cabinet so he can stick as a leader for a few more months.

The embarrassed Prime Ministerwill resign today, but still hopes to continue his top job until the fall.

To do that, he needs to hold dozens of ministerial positions after a brutal spill from the government.

According to BBC political editor Chris Mason, a full cabinet has been appointed.

Positions identified so far include Greg Clark as a level-up secretary and James Cleverly as an educational secretary.

Clark takes over fromMichael Gove, whosewas sensationally fired last night and was dubbed the "dangerous snake."

Cleverly will replace Michelle Donneran, who resigned this morning.It's only 48 hours since I got a job.

Police Minister Kit Malthaus is the new Prime Minister of the Duchy of Lancaster.

And former Justice Minister Robert Buckland, who was dismissed by Boris Johnson in the final remodeling, is back as a Welsh secretary.

Labor Party leader Sir Kiel Starmer will be remodeled after saying that Johnson must not be allowed to serve and should be dismissed immediately.

He threatened to expel the prime minister using a commons vote of no confidence vote unless he gave the reins to another prime minister.

Sir Kiel told Westminster reporters: "He needs to go completely. None of this nonsense about clinging for months.

" He brought lies, fraud and confusion to the country.

"We are stuck in a non-functional government in the midst of a living cost crisis, and everyone who has supported him should be completely ashamed of themselves."

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