British Prime Minister Theresa May will conduct a Cabinet reshuffle on Monday amid reports that senior ministers are set to be axed.
The reshuffle aims to make May’s government more diverse and youthful in addition to bringing in more women.
She has been forced to make changes following two resignations and one sacking.
Sir Michael Fallon, the defence secretary, resigned in November 2017 amid allegations around his conduct.
One week later, international development secretary Priti Patel quit after a row over unauthorised meetings with Israeli officials.
And in December, first secretary of state Damian Green was sacked over his “misleading statements” about the discovery of pornographic images on his Commons computer during a police raid.
According to sources, except for the Cabinet big beasts, Education Secretary Justine Greening, Business Secretary Greg Clark and Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom are likely to be sacked or…