When government ministers resign, or are sacked, they are entitled to 3 months worth of salary. 

With the total tally of ministerial resignations resting at 15 as of 3pm, 6 July, the government is already set for a mammoth financial bill, alongside its flagging political capital.

Name/Role Claimed Salary (£)
3 months salary (£)
Rishi Sunak – chancellor 67,505 16,876
Sajid Javid – health secretary 67,505 16,876
Simon Hart- Welsh secretary 67,505 16,876
Brandon Lewis- Northern Ireland secretary 67,505 16,876
Jo Churchill – health minister 31,680 7,920
Kemi Badenoch – minister, LHUC and equalities 31,680 7,920
Helen Whately- arts minister, care minister & exchequer to the Treasury 31,680 7,920
Rachel Maclean- safeguarding minister 31,680 7,920
Mims Davies – Parliamentary under-secretary, employment 22,375 5,594
Neil O’Brien – Parliamentary under secretary, LHUC 22,375 5,594
Alex Burghart – Parliamentary under-secretary, apprenticeships and skills 22,375 5,594
Lee Rowley – Parliamentary under-secretary, business and industry 22,375 5,594
Julia Lopez – media minister 31680 7,920
Will Quince – minister for children and families 31680 7,920
Robin Walker – minister of state for school standards 31680 7,920
Stuart Andrew – housing minister 31680 7,920
George Freeman- science minister £31,680 7,920
Damian Hinds- security minister 31680 7,920
Guy Opperman- DWP minister 31680 7,920
Mike Freer – minister for exports, minister for equality 31680 7,920
Alex Chalk – solicitor general £57,962 14,491
John Glen – economic secretary to the Treasury 31680 7,920
Victoria Atkins – justice minister 31680 7,920
Michael Give, LHUC Secretary 67,505 16,876
TOTAL=232,127