New Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross has named his Shadow Cabinet.
Former party leader Ruth Davidson will be returning to frontline politics in the newly created position as leader of the MSP group at Holyrood.
As MP for Moray Ross will continue to represent the party at Westminster but has stated his intention to run in the next Scottish elections.
Davidson was leader of the Scottish Conservatives from 2011 until 2019 and was widely credited for energising the party during that time and being a key figure in the 2014 independence referendum.
Tuesday’s announcement comes nearly a year to the day since she stepped down from the role.
It was revealed last month that the 41-year-old was to be introduced into the House of Lords after being nominated for a peerage, however she has postponed that until at least March, when she due to the stand down as MSP for Edinburgh Central.
Among the other announcements were Jamie Greene being names as shadow education secretary, Liam Kerr in justice and Murdo Fraser as shadow cabinet secretary for finance.
No deputy leadership positions have been announced.
Scottish Conservative Shadow Cabinet in full:
Ruth Davidson – Leader of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist MSP Group
Jamie Greene MSP – Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills
Liam Kerr MSP – Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Justice
Donald Cameron MSP – Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport
Murdo Fraser MSP – Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Finance
Liz Smith MSP – Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform
Oliver Mundell MSP – Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Tourism
Dean Lockhart MSP – Shadow Cabinet Secretary for the Constitution, Europe and External Affairs
Annie Wells MSP – Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Local Government
Maurice Golden MSP – Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Fair Work and Culture
Graham Simpson MSP – Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity
Rachael Hamilton MSP – Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Social Security and Older People
Miles Briggs MSP – Scottish Conservative Chief Whip