Amber Rudd has returned to the cupboard as work and pensions secretary.
She replaces Esther McVey, who stop on Thursday in protest on the draft Brexit settlement negotiated with the EU.
Ms Rudd stop as house secretary in April amid controversy over her dealing with of the Windrush controversy.
She admitted having “inadvertently misled” MPs over targets for eradicating unlawful immigrants however a subsequent inquiry discovered she was let down by officers.
The BBC’s Iain Watson mentioned it was an enormous job given the controversy surrounding Common Credit score, the federal government’s flagship welfare reform.
He additionally mentioned it confirmed Theresa Might’s confidence that she might appoint one in all her “allies” to such a key function given the turmoil over her management up to now 24 hours.
Nonetheless, her return to authorities lower than seven months after dealing with intense criticism over the UK’s remedy of the Windrush era is more likely to show controversial.
She apologised after it emerged that some migrants from Commonwealth nations, who have been inspired to settle within the UK from the late 1940s to 1973, have been being wrongly declared unlawful immigrants.
Nonetheless, she continued to defend the hostile setting immigration coverage championed by Mrs Might and stop after admitting to having inadvertently misled two parliamentary committees on what she knew about targets for immigration removals.
A latest report discovered Residence Workplace officers gave her the unsuitable info after which later didn’t clear up the issue.
Ms Rudd turns into the sixth work and pensions secretary since March 2016.
A Stay supporter in the course of the 2016 referendum, Ms Rudd has given her backing to Mrs Might draft Brexit settlement, saying it’s “not good however good was by no means on supply”.
Her return to frontline politics has been welcomed by colleagues, together with Sajid Javid and Liz Truss.
The prime minister has additionally introduced that well being minister Steve Barclay will change Dominic Raab as Brexit Secretary, Surroundings Secretary Michael Gove having reportedly turned down the job on Thursday.