Alister Jack has been reappointed secretary of state for Scotland as the new Prime Minister Liz Truss made her appointments to Cabinet after entering No 10.
Downing Street confirmed on Tuesday night that Jack had been reappointed the role.
Ben Wallace was also reappointed to his role as defence secretary while Nadhim Zahawi was appointed as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, as well as the minister for intergovernmental relations and for equalities.
Penny Mordaunt was appointed Lord President of the council and leader of the House of Commons.
Jacob Rees-Mogg also found himself in a new role as Truss appointed him secretary of state for business, energy and industrial strategy while Simon Clarke became secretary of state for levelling up, housing and communities.
Kemi Badenoch became the secretary of state for international trade and president of the board of trade while Michelle Donelan became secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport.
After entering No 10 for the first time as prime minister, Truss made a series of sackings from the previous Cabinet.
Among those most notable, Dominic Raab – who had also been deputy prime minister under Boris Johnson – was sacked as justice secretary.
Grant Shapps also lost his job as transport secretary, while Priti Patel announced her departure as home secretary on Monday evening.
Truss earlier travelled to Balmoral to be appointed as prime minister by the Queen.
In her first speech as Prime Minister outside No 10, Truss pledged to take action on energy bills.
“I will deal hands-on with the energy crisis caused by Putin’s war,” she said.
“I will take action this week to deal with energy bills and to secure our future energy supply.”