Cabinet reshuffle: What we know so far

Prime Minister Theresa May is reshuffling her Cabinet, with reports suggesting around half a dozen senior ministers could be axed or moved.

Here's the latest on the revamp, which could continue into Tuesday.

James Brokenshire: The Northern Ireland Secretary resigned in the first change to the Cabinet to be announced. A source said he had decided to stand down because he was facing major surgery within the next couple of weeks.

Brandon Lewis: Immigration minister Mr Lewis has been made chairman of the Conservative Party and minister without portfolio, No 10 announced.

Chris Grayling: The Conservatives earlier deleted a tweet congratulating Mr Grayling on being appointed party chairman.

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