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With Britain’s smooth Brexit at the end of January, British Prime Minister Johnson reshuffled his cabinet on February 13. Local media reported that many officials had been replaced. Treasury Secretary Sajid Javid resigned unexpectedly and will be replaced by Rishi Sunak, chief secretary of the Treasury.

With Britain’s smooth Brexit at the end of January, British Prime Minister Johnson reshuffled his cabinet on February 13. Local media reported that many officials had been replaced. Treasury Secretary Sajid Javid resigned unexpectedly and will be replaced by Rishi Sunak, chief secretary of the Treasury.

Finance Minister Jia Weide resigns

50-year-old Jia Weide was born in a Pakistani family, his father was a bus driver, and his family moved from Pakistan to Britain. Jia Weide is Britain’s first Asian Chancellor of the Exchequer. His unexpected resignation after taking office in 204 days has made him the shortest term Chancellor of the Exchequer since 1970.

Rishi Sunak, who succeeded Jia Weide, is considered a rising star of the Conservative Party. His wife is the daughter of Indian rich man Narayana Murthy, co-founder of IT services company Infosys.

Hao Sixian, Riyahua, etc. could not stay

According to British media reports, it has been confirmed that the Attorney General Geoffrey Cox and the Northern Ireland Secretary Julian Smith cannot leave, but it is unknown who the new candidate belongs to.

Hao Sixian said on Twitter that he had resigned from the post at the request of the prime minister and said he was honored to be attorney general during the recent political turmoil. British Minister of Commerce, Energy and Industry Strategy Andrea Leadsom and Minister of Environment Theresa Villiers have also been replaced.

Velia said on Facebook that Johnson was told to “make way” for the newcomer. She was saddened by the loss of government office, but would fully support Johnson and the new cabinet.

According to Sky News, Foreign Minister Dominic Raab and Home Secretary Priti Patel were retained. Johnson will meet with the new cabinet on February 14.

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