Ex-UK PM David Cameron highlights Middle East in shock naming as new foreign secretary

Mark Battersby
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Former UK prime minister David Cameron is to become foreign secretary in a shock appointment as part of today's (13 November) government reshuffle by Rishi Sunak.  Cameron is to accept a peerage in the House of Lords to be able to take on the role as a non-MP, as the reshuffle also saw Suella Braverman sacked as home secretary and replaced by the foreign secretary, James Cleverly. Jeremy Hunt has been confirmed remaining at the Treasury as chancellor of the exchequer. Cameron's appointment marks the first post-war example of a former prime minister serving in a future goverrnment s...

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