Booth-Smith tipped for No.10 job

By Heather Jameson | 22 July 2019

Communities special adviser Liam Booth-Smith is tipped to be made deputy chief of staff under Sir Edward Lister, if Boris Johnson is elected as the leader of the Conservative Party.

Rumours of his new post come amid growing speculation around the make-up of the new cabinet, with current environment secretary Michael Gove tipped as a possible secretary of state in at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.

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