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Loyalists get spoils in Howard's Shadow Cabinet
MICHAEL HOWARD rewarded those who withdrew from the Conservative leadership race yesterday with plum Shadow Cabinet positions for Tim Yeo and David Davis.
He also kept his word on building an inclusive front-bench, giving senior posts to moderates and modernisers.
Mr Yeo won the biggest promotion of the day and will take the fight to Labour over public services as joint Shadow Health and Education Secretary, possibly the most sensitive job. Mr Yeo has been a passionate campaigner on health issues. However, the policies he inherits may not be entirely to his taste. They include subsidies to help to cover the cost of private medical care, and of private education to extend that choice to more households.
Mr Yeo believes that the partys top priority is to convince voters that the public services are not only safe in Tory hands, but would also be greatly improved. He has private medical insurance, but has used both the NHS and private healthcare. His two children from his marriage went to state primaries before attending public school. His daughter from an extramarital affair that cost him his ministerial job in 1994 has attended only private schools.
Mr Davis was repaid for standing aside from the leadership battle with the post of Shadow Home Secretary and responsibility for Constitutional Affairs and Culture, Media and Sport. He is likely to outflank David Blunkett on the Right. Although not a celebrated Commons performer, his background, as the son of a single mother brought up on a council estate, will let him speak with some authority on crime and antisocial behaviour. He will have Julie Kirkbride, a former journalist and a moderniser, as Shadow Culture, Media and Sport Secretary.
Oliver Letwin, the head of Mr Howards leadership campaign, was promoted to Shadow Chancellor and Liam Fox, his campaign manager, becomes one of two cochairman of the party, Lord Saatchi being the other. Theresa May, who failed to impress as party chairman, got back her old job as Shadow Transport and Environment Secretary, despite rumours of a demotion.
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Michael Ancram clung on as Shadow Foreign Secretary, thought to be second choice after William Hague turned it down. Lord Strathclyde remained Shadow Leader of the Lords, and David Maclean returned as Chief Whip.
Cabinet strength 12
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Cabinet strength 27
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