Lib-Con: The Cabinet in full

Here is the full list of attendees at Britain’s first coalition government in living memory:

The Lib Dems have five seats in Cabinet – including Nick Clegg as deputy PM.

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Prime minister: David Cameron

Deputy prime minister: Nick Clegg (LD)

First secretary of state and foreign secretary: William Hague

Chancellor of the exchequer: George Osborne

Lord chancellor and justice secretary: Ken Clarke

Home secretary and minister for women and equalities: Theresa May

Defence secretary: Liam Fox

Business secretary: Vince Cable (LD)

Work and pensions secretary: Iain Duncan Smith

Energy and climate change secretary: Chris Huhne (LD)

Health secretary: Andrew Lansley

Education secretary: Michael Gove

Communities and local government secretary: Eric Pickles

Transport secretary: Philip Hammond

Environment, food and rural affairs secretary: Caroline Spelman

International development secretary: Andrew Mitchell

Northern Ireland secretary: Owen Paterson

Scotland secretary: Danny Alexander (LD)

Wales secretary: Cheryl Gillan

Culture, media and sport secretary: Jeremy Hunt

Chief secretary to the Treasury: David Laws (LD)

Leader of the House of Lords: Lord Strathclyde

Ministers without portfolio: Baroness Warsi (unpaid)

Also attending Cabinet when required:

Attorney general: Dominic Grieve