UK Prime Minister Theresa May has changed the lineup of her ministers in an attempt to reunify her cabinet before the next phase of the Brexit talks with the European Union, but there are no signs that she will fire Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
The biggest change came after Justine Greening, the education secretary, handed in her registration and rejected an offer to serve as work and pensions secretary.
“Social mobility matters to me and our country more than a ministerial career,” she said in a statement on Monday.
“I’ll continue to work outside of government to do everything I can to create a country for the first time that has equality of opportunity for young people wherever they are growing up,” she added.
Experts have attributed the change to Greening’s criticism of May’s policies and her siding with trade unions instead of embracing Tory reforms.
Jeremy Hunt, who led the National Health Service (NHS), for over five years,…