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Boris Johnson is not going to tempt fate by appointing his cabinet before he has entered Downing Street as prime minister, but that will not stop his Tory colleagues jostling for the top jobs.

The bigger the names, the higher they can aim, especially if they could have - or did briefly - run for the Tory leadership themselves. The Treasury's second-in-command Liz Truss clearly hoped to line herself up to take over the department by becoming the cabinet-level minister to back Mr Johnson. But she is not the only Conservative pressing her case, as Matt Hancock hopes to be rewarded for quickly throwing his weight behind him after withdrawing from the race and is busy pushing himself as a potential...

Boris Johnson is not going to tempt fate by appointing his cabinet before he has entered Downing Street as prime minister, but that will not stop his Tory colleagues jostling for the top jobs.

The bigger the names, the higher they can aim, especially if they could have - or did briefly - run for the Tory leadership themselves. The Treasury's second-in-command Liz Truss clearly hoped to line herself up to take over the department by becoming the cabinet-level minister to back Mr Johnson. But she is not the only Conservative pressing her case, as Matt Hancock hopes to be rewarded for quickly throwing his weight behind him after withdrawing from the race and is busy pushing himself as a potential...

Boris Johnson is not going to tempt fate by appointing his cabinet before he has entered Downing Street as prime minister, but that will not stop his Tory colleagues jostling for the top jobs.

The bigger the names, the higher they can aim, especially if they could have - or did briefly - run for the Tory leadership themselves. The Treasury's second-in-command Liz Truss clearly hoped to line herself up to take over the department by becoming the cabinet-level minister to back Mr Johnson. But she is not the only Conservative pressing her case, as Matt Hancock hopes to be rewarded for quickly throwing his weight behind him after withdrawing from the race and is busy pushing himself as a potential...

Boris Johnson is not going to tempt fate by appointing his cabinet before he has entered Downing Street as prime minister, but that will not stop his Tory colleagues jostling for the top jobs.

The bigger the names, the higher they can aim, especially if they could have - or did briefly - run for the Tory leadership themselves. The Treasury's second-in-command Liz Truss clearly hoped to line herself up to take over the department by becoming the cabinet-level minister to back Mr Johnson. But she is not the only Conservative pressing her case, as Matt Hancock hopes to be rewarded for quickly throwing his weight behind him after withdrawing from the race and is busy pushing himself as a potential...