Theresa May is expected to finalise her team of ministers later as she seeks to lead a government with the support of the Democratic Unionist Party.
It was speculated that once May had won her overwhelming victory....that she was going to have a major reshuffle with her friend Hammond getting the boot first over the budget fiasco. Now that she is in semi-coalition territory with the DUP, or whatever the hell it is, we don't know, can she still do this?
Reshuffles create enemies, obviously. No one likes to lose their job and once you send someone back to the back benches, they can cause problems for you. But with wide support, a PM can ride the waves, but May isn't in that situation and the waves could crush her if she makes big changes and makes enemies where she needn't.
Will Hammond get the boot? The Mail is reporting that Boris (what a surprise) David Davis, Rudd are all lining up against her. Will she chuck them all out? The BBC article is saying they will all stay, will make for interesting cabinet meetings...