Boris Johnson began with a bang, with a massacre, to be precise.
And Sajid Javid became chancellor - as bigger than half of of Theresa Would possibly maybe merely's old cupboard, alongside with leadership rival Jeremy Hunt, stop or net been sacked.
Announcing his departure, Foreign Secretary Mr Hunt acknowledged he had been supplied an more than a couple of role but had turned it down.
He won promotions to business and then housing secretary before arriving in April 2018 at the Home Office.
Ms Patel, who once supported bringing back the death penalty, was previously forced to resign from the cabinet after holding off-the-record meetings with senior Israeli politicians.
Mrs May clashed with Jeremy Corbyn in their last PMQs today where she suggested the Labour leader should take a leaf out of her book and quit her post.
But Brexit supporters are in the driving seat.
Another prominent member of the Johnson cabinet, too, has roots in south Asia.
Mr Rees-Mogg has denied Mr Johnson's new-look team was a "Leave takeover" and insisted the new PM was "bringing the country together".
The purge sent the unequivocal message that Johnson wants to stamp his authority and change the direction of government.
Britain's Home Secretary Sajid Javid, center, visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem, July 1, 2019.
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Other appointments include that of Dominic Raab, the former Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union who is now the Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State.
However Downing Street staff don't feel quite the same: according to McAviney, they quickly remonstrated the new PM, telling him to "not repeat those things so loudly" as these interactions between The Monarch and Prime Minister are usually treated with discretion.
One who is mindful that he's up towards the clock.
Boris Johnson chose to keep Stephen Barclay as Brexit minister. Ben Wallace, a former platoon commander in the Scots Guards, was made defence secretary and Liz Truss became worldwide trade secretary and president of the Board of Trade. Trained at Sandhurst before serving as an officer in the Scots Guards in Northern Ireland, Wallace had served as security minister in the home office under May.
Truss, who lands the DIT job after a spell as chief secretary to the Treasury, likewise campaigned to stay in the bloc in 2016. He will have responsibility for no-deal Brexit planning. Truss once courted controversy by calling the British "among the worst idlers in the world".
Priti Patel - who quit as global development secretary in 2017 after holding unauthorised meetings with Israeli officials - succeeds Mr Javid at the Home Office, where she said she would focus on keeping the United Kingdom country safe and fighting "the scourge of crime". Born in India, Sharma was trained as a chartered accountant.
But he has since rallied to the Brexit cause and Johnson's leadership challenge after himself bowing out early in the campaign.
An MP since 2010, she first entered government in 2014 and has been minister for the environment and justice before being appointed Chief Secretary to the Treasury in 2017.
The brand new high minister is due to affect a statement to the Apartment of Commons having addressed his new cabinet ministers for the first time. Andrea Leadsom moved to the Business Department.
The mass culling of his detractors could pose problem for Johnson within the Conservative Party. It is understood Hunt, who had been Foreign Secretary, had ruled out a demotion. They say the sacking of Mordaunt, who was in office for just three months, smacks of vindictiveness.