Secretary of State for Work and Pensions

Therese Coffey said workers at risk of losing their jobs will have transferrable skills.
Work and pensions secretary Therese Coffey is under fire, but allies say she's being quoted "out of context".
Work and pensions secretary softened her opposition to a no-deal Brexit.
"I actually fought to bring more money into the system. I made sure more money came in..."
Work and pensions secretary pledges to jail 'reckless' bosses.
The work and pensions secretary also scrapped an extension of the two-child benefits cap.
The change comes after Amber Rudd took over from Esther McVey at the Department for Work and Pensions in November.
At least 22 charities have signed pledges not to damage her reputation, new revelations claim.
Millions of families could lose out on £200 a month, according to The Times.