Tough tests lie ahead for DEFRA’s new faces

The mini-reshuffle of Boris Johnson’s ministerial pack that followed the resignation of work and pensions secretary Amber Rudd has seen further changes to the top team at DEFRA. For those who were disappointed by Michael Gove’s departure from the department and his replacement as environment secretary with Theresa Villiers – a hardline Brexiteer – the latest changes offer some cause for optimism.

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