Amber Rudd back in the Cabinet
Amber Rudd has returned to the cabinet as work and pensions secretary.
Ms Rudd, who replaces Esther McVey following her Brexit resignation, quit herself as home secretary in April amid controversy over her handling of the Windrush controversy.
She admitted having "inadvertently misled" MPs over immigration targets but a subsequent probe found she had been let down by officials.
When May refused to do the ITV leaders debate last year, Rudd stepped in and she was very impressive. If this had happened yesterday, I would've added Rudd to the poll.
If a leadership content happens soon, as I expect it will and with all attention on Boris and David Davis, could it be Amber Rudd that silently takes over as PM?