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The Prime Minister fought to quell criticism that her reshuffle is a damp squib today as she ejected a series of middle-aged men from government.Despite a storm over her top-tier changes, Mrs May pressed ahead with a shake-up of the lower ranks - sparking complaints that people were not being treated on their merits.
Grandee Sir Nicholas Soames said simply: 'Is that it?Trade minister Mark Garnier - who was recently cleared by a sleaze probe of breaking the ministerial code - was among those axed by the premier.Meanwhile, Caroline Dinenage, Harriet Baldwin and Margot James were promoted, while highly-rated Sam Gyimah has become universities minister.'Putting her in charge of the department is perverse and will end disastrously.' Labour MP for Cardiff South and Penarth posted: 'Extraordinary decision to make Esther Mc Vey DWP Secretary of State - was heartless and ideological DWP Minister in past so does not bode well.Hugely worrying decision for vulnerable in this country.' Before entering politics Esther Mc Vey was a TV presenter and businesswoman.Mrs May's official spokesman said: 'The Prime Minister has been clear that nobody seeking to do their job should be subjected to harassment or abuse.
'That applies public life, including in Parliament.' PM hails the 'fresh talent' in her team as she axes 'Grey Tory' middle ranking ministers to promote women and ethnic minority MPs as she battles to show reshuffle is NOT a damp squib despite Cabinet shambles Theresa May hailed the 'fresh talent' in her team tonight after she culled 'Grey Tories' to promote women and ethnic minority talent.Ms Mc Vey lost her seat at the 2015 General Election but after taking over George Osborne's seat last June was restored to the political front line last night.Theresa May brought her back into Cabinet at the last moment last night when Justine Greening refused to take the welfare portfolio.She stood as the Conservative candidate for Wirral West in Merseyside in 2005 but lost out to Labour MP Stephen Hesford by just over 1,000 votes.Winning the seat for the Tories in 2010, she was then made Minister of State at the Department for Work and Pensions under Iain Duncan Smith in 2013.He said: 'Rewarded for her failure with a safe seat and ministerial position.' Ms Mc Vey was embroiled in a series of heated clashes with John Mc Donnell, now Labour's shadow chancellor, during her first spell in Parliament.