Amid criticisms, British PM Theresa May reshuffles cabinet
London, Jan 10 (IBNS): Amid criticisms, British Prime Minister Theresa May completed her cabinet reshuffling on Tuesday giving a shake to her ministry, media reports said.
May had faced criticisms after first day of reshuffling as some critics called it "lacklustre".
Among the front row ministers, former education secretary Justine Greening was seen to resign from the cabinet.
There were multiple names who have resigned from the second tier of ministers. Among those include education minister Robert Goodwill, international trade minister Mark Garnier, transport minister John Hayes and health minister Philip Dunne.
Commenting on the reshuffle, May told media: " This Government is about building a country fit for the future -- one that truly works for everyone with a stronger economy and a fairer society."
" This Government is about building a country fit for the future -- one that truly works for everyone with a stronger economy and a fairer society. It also allows a new generation of gifted Ministers to step up and make life better for people across the whole UK," the PM added.
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