David Cameron has begun to announce the key ministerial posts in his new Cabinet following the Conservatives' election victory.
This afternoon the prime minister tweeted that he had re-appointed George Osborne, Theresa May, Philip Hammond and Michael Fallon into their previous ministerial posts.
First to be announced was George Osborne, who will continue as chancellor. At 4:41pm, Cameron tweeted: "I have re-appointed George Osborne as chancellor of the exchequer," adding that Osborne will also be first secretary of state, making him the most senior secretary of state.
At 4:55pm Cameron tweeted that Theresa May would remain home secretary, and at 5:05pm he announced that Philip Hammond will continue as foreign secretary.
Last to be announced at 5:14pm was Michael Fallon, who will remain in the role of defence secretary.
The prime minister is expected to announce the remaining Cabinet posts on Monday.