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Full list of government resignations following Boris Johnson’s leadership

Here is the list of the 44 deputies who have resigned from the Government since Tuesday evening.

This is the equivalent of around a quarter of the total ‘payroll votes’ in the House of Commons – the number of MPs who hold positions they would have to resign to oppose the government.

The 44 include three cabinet ministers, 16 ministers, 20 parliamentary private secretaries, four trade envoys and a vice president.

1. Sajid Javid, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

2. Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of the Exchequer

3. Andrew Murrison, Trade Envoy to Morocco

4. Bim Afolami, Vice President of the Conservative Party

5. Saqib Bhatti, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Ministry of Health and Social Care

6. Jonathan Gullis, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Northern Ireland Office

7. Nicola Richards, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Department of Transport

8. Virginia Crosbie, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Welsh Office

9. Theo Clarke, Trade Envoy to Kenya

10. Alex Chalk, Solicitor General

11. Laura Trott, Parliamentary Cabinet Secretary at the Ministry of Transport

12. Will Quince, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families at the Department of Education

13. Robin Walker, Minister of State for Education Standards at the Department for Education

14. Felicity Buchan, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

15. John Glen, Minister of State for the Treasury

16. Victoria Atkins, Minister of State for Prisons and Probation at the Ministry of Justice

17. Jo Churchill, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

18. Stuart Andrew, Minister of State for Housing at the Department for Leveling Up, Housing & Communities

19. Selaine Saxby, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Treasury

20. Claire Coutinho, Parliamentary Cabinet Secretary to the Treasury

21. David Johnston, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Department of Education

22. Kemi Badenoch, Minister of State for the Department of Leveling, Housing and Communities

23. Julia Lopez, Minister Delegate for the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

24. Lee Rowley, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

25. Neil O’Brien, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Department for Leveling Up, Housing & Communities

26. Alex Burghart, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Ministry of Education

27. Mims Davies, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department for Work and Pensions

28. Duncan Baker, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Department for Leveling Up, Housing & Communities

29. Craig Williams, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Treasury

30. Mark Logan, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Northern Ireland Office

31. Rachel Maclean, Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Safeguarding at the Home Office

32. Mike Freer, Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Exports at the Department of International Trade

33. Mark Fletcher, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

34. Sara Britcliffe, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Department of Education

35. Ruth Edwards, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Scottish Office

36. Peter Gibson, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Department of International Trade

37. David Duiguid, Trade Envoy for Angola and Zambia

38. James Sunderland, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

39. Jacob Young, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Department of Leveling, Housing and Communities

40. James Daly, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Department for Work and Pensions

41. David Mundell, Trade Envoy for New Zealand

42. Danny Kruger, Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Department for Leveling Up, Housing & Communities

43. Simon Hart, Secretary of State for Wales

44. Edward Argar, Minister of State for the Department of Health and Social Care