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Greening resisted a request to move to the welfare and pensions ministry.
In her resignation statement, Greening said she would continue her efforts to promote youth development outside the government.
“Honour & privilege to serve in Govt since 2010. Social mobility matters to me & our country more than my ministerial career. I'll continue to do everything I can to create a country that has equality of opportunity for young people & I’ll keep working hard as MP for Putney,” she wrote on her Twitter account.
Damian Hinds has been announced as the new secretary of state for education.
Meanwhile, in a cabinet reshuffle which political columnists described as a reboot, immigration minister Brandon Lewis has been announced as the new Conservative Party chairman, replacing Patrick McLoughlin. James Cleverly has been appointed Lewis’s deputy.
Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has replaced James Brokenshire as Northern Ireland secretary.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt's title has been updated as Secretary of State for Health and Social Care.
Sajid Javid has been announced as Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government. He was previously Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.
David Lidington has become the new minister for the Cabinet Office in a move to replace Damian Green, who resigned last month after admitting to making “misleading” statements about allegations pornography was found on his parliamentary computer.
However, Lidington has not been given Green’s First Secretary of State title.
David Gauke has replaced Lidington as Justice Secretary.
Three ministers -- Chris Skidmore, Andrew Jones and Marcus Jones -- are leaving their posts.
Thursday’s vote make Diaz-Canel first person outside Castro family to rule country in almost 60 years
Syrian regime had no clear picture of what was happening to them, says U.S. general, referring to U.S.-led joint attack
Hamas, Islamic Jihad announced plans earlier to boycott scheduled meeting of PLO’s National Council
Canadian provinces at war over future delivery of oil to Pacific countries
Terrorists killed during operations in Saladin governorate
Decision follows Ecuador’s withdrawal as mediator in talks between Bogota and rebel group
The economic damage of trade war will be smaller than its perceived risk, experts say
Top court says in 5-4 decision federal statute is 'unconstitutionally vague'
'Both chlorine and sarin gas were used in the attack,' says State Department spokesperson
Move ‘is just one step in a journey that requires dedication,’ says coffee chain’s CEO
Turkish Air Force targets Zap region in northern Iraq, according to military
German foreign minister calls for reviving political talks after US-led airstrikes on Assad regime
Over $300 million worth of weapons and equipment will go to US allies in Syria if approved by Congress
The Japanese prime minister will make his second visit to Trump's ostentatious Palm Beach, Florida estate, when the focus will be on trade and security.
Still no explanation for illnesses experienced by Canadians, Americans
The ruling comes as the social network is snared in a scandal over the mishandling of 87 million users' data ahead of the 2016 US presidential election.