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Shadow Chancellor: George Osborne
Shadow Home Secretary: David Davis
Shadow Foreign Secretary: William Hague
Chairman: Liam Fox
Chief Whip: Patrick McLoughlin
Theresa May's role: Health
Iain Duncan Smith's role: Defence
Ken Clarke's role: none in the Shadow Cabinet
David Davis' role: Deputy Leader
Oliver Letwin's role: Head of Policy Development
Deputy Leader: David Davis
Head of Policy Development: Oliver Letwin
Biggest promotion awarded to (state who and to where): William Hague
Biggest sacking from shadow cabinet: John Redwood
Most surprising appointment (state who and to where): David Davis as Shadow Home Secretary and Deputy Leader

who deserves what

Shadow Chancellor: Liam Fox
Shadow Home Secretary: David Davis
Shadow Foreign Secretary: David Cameron
Chairman: Andrew Lansley
Chief Whip: Chris Grayling
Theresa May's role: Health
Iain Duncan Smith's role: Defence
Ken Clarke's role: none in the Shadow Cabinet
David Davis' role: Shadow Home
Oliver Letwin's role: Environment
Deputy Leader: None
Head of Policy Development: David Willetts
Biggest promotion awarded to (state who and to where): William Hague to Leader of the Opposition
Biggest sacking from shadow cabinet: John Redwood
Most surprising appointment (state who and to where): David Cameron to Shadow Foreign Secretary (makes more sense than the other way around)

Jon Perry

Shadow Chanceller: George Osborne
Shadow Home Secretary: Oliver Letwin
Shadow Foreign Secretary: William Hague
Chairman: Malcolm Rifkind
Chief Whip: Patrick McLoughlin
Teresa May's role: Education
Iain Duncan Smith's role: None
Ken Clarke's role: None
David Davis's role: Defence
Oliver Letwin's role: Home
Deputy leader: None
Head of Policy Development: David Willetts
Biggest promotion: Ed Vaisey to Work and Pensions
Biggest sacking: Andrew Lansley
Most surprising appointment: Teresa Villiers to Environment

Kenneth Irvine

1. Shadow Chancellor: George Osborne
2. Shadow Home Secretary: David Davis
3. Shadow Foreign Secretary: William Hague
4. Chairman: Francis Maude
5. Chief Whip: Patrick McLoughlin
6. Theresa May's role: Defra
7. Iain Duncan Smith's role: none
8. Ken Clarke's role: none
9. David Davis' role: Shadow Home Secretary
10. Oliver Letwin's role: Head of Policy Development
11. Deputy Leader: George Osborne
12. Head of Policy Development: Oliver Letwin
13. Biggest promotion awarded to (state who and to where): William Hague to Shadow Foreign Secretary
14. Biggest sacking from shadow cabinet: Michael Ancram as Deputy Leader (but may stay in Shadow Cabinet).
15. Most surprising appointment (state who and to where): Bernard Jenkin to Shadow Leader of the House

Kenneth Irvine

1. Shadow Chancellor: George Osborne
2. Shadow Home Secretary: David Davis
3. Shadow Foreign Secretary: William Hague
4. Chairman: Francis Maude
5. Chief Whip: Patrick McLoughlin
6. Theresa May's role: DEFRA
7. Iain Duncan Smith's role: not in shadow cabinet but adviser as former Leader.
8. Ken Clarke's role: not in shadow cabinet but possible adviser
9. David Davis' role: Shadow Home Secretary
10. Oliver Letwin's role: Head of Policy Development
11. Deputy Leader: Dr Liam Fox
12. Head of Policy Development: Oliver Letwin
13. Biggest promotion awarded to (state who and to where): William Hague to Shadow Foreign Secretary
14. Biggest sacking from shadow cabinet: Michael Ancram as Deputy Leader (but may stay in Shadow Cabinet).
15. Most surprising appointment (state who and to where): Bernard Jenkin to Shadow Leader of the House.

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