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Cameron's Full Team

Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform:
Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform:
Alan Duncan
Frontbench team: Mark Prisk, Jonathan Djanogly, Charles Hendry.

Cabinet Office:
Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office and Shadow Chancellor of the
Duchy of Lancaster: Francis Maude
Frontbench team: Greg Clark

Children, Schools and Families:
Shadow Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families: Michael
Gove
Frontbench team: Nick Gibb, Maria Miller, Tim Loughton

Communities and Local Government:
Shadow Secretary of State for Communities & Local Government: Eric
Pickles
Frontbench team: Grant Shapps (Also attending Shadow Cabinet) , Alistair
Burt, Paul Goodman, Bob Neil, Jacqui Lait

Culture, Media & Sport:
Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport: Jeremy Hunt
Frontbench team: Hugh Robertson, Ed Vaizey, Tobias Ellwood

Defence:
Shadow Secretary of State for Defence: Liam Fox
Frontbench team: Andrew Murrison, Gerald Howarth, Dr Julian Lewis

Environment, Food & Rural Affairs:
Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Peter
Ainsworth
Frontbench team: James Paice, Greg Barker, Bill Wiggins, Ann McIntosh

Foreign Affairs:
Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: William
Hague
Frontbench team: David Liddington (Also attending Shadow Cabinet), Mark
Francois, Keith Simpson

Health:
Shadow Secretary of State for Health: Andrew Lansley
Frontbench team: Mark Simmonds, Stephen O'Brien, Ann Milton, Mike
Penning

Home Affairs:
Shadow Home Secretary: David Davis
Frontbench team: David Ruffley , Damian Green, James Brokenshire,
Andrew Rosindell

Law Officers:
Shadow Attorney General: Dominic Grieve
Shadow Solicitor General: Jonathan Djanogly

Innovation, Universities and Skills:
Shadow Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills: David
Willetts
Frontbench team: Boris Johnson, John Hayes, Adam Afriyie

International Development:
Shadow Secretary of State for International Development: Andrew Mitchell

Frontbench team: Mark Lancaster, Geoffrey Clifton-Brown

Justice:
Shadow Secretary of State for Justice & Lord Chancellor: Nick Herbert
Frontbench team: Henry Bellingham, Edward Garnier, David Burrowes,
Eleanor Laing

Northern Ireland:
Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland: Owen Paterson
Frontbench team: Laurence Robertson

Parliament
Shadow Leader of the House of Commons: Theresa May
Frontbench team: Shailesh Vara

Scotland:
Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland: David Mundell
Frontbench team: Ben Wallace

Transport:
Shadow Secretary of State for Transport: Theresa Villiers
Frontbench team: Julian Brazier, Stephen Hammond, Robert Goodwill

Treasury:
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer: George Osborne
Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury: Philip Hammond
Frontbench team: David Gauke, Mark Hoban, Justine Greening

Work & Pensions:
Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions: Chris Grayling
Frontbench team: Nigel Waterson, Mark Harper, James Clappison, Andrew
Selous

Wales:
Shadow Secretary of State for Wales: Cheryl Gillan
Frontbench team: David Jones

Whips:
Chief Whip: Patrick McLoughlin
Deputy Chief Whip: Andrew Robathan
Assistant Chief Whip: John Randall
Whips: Simon Burns, Michael Fabricant, Angela Watkinson, Crispin Blunt,
David Evennett, John Baron, Brooks Newmark, Richard Benyon, Stewart
Jackson, Jeremy Wright, Nick Hurd

Chairman of the Conservative Party: Caroline Spelman
Chairman of the Policy Review and Chairman of the Conservative Research
Department: Oliver Letwin

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