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Mounting speculation and rumour among UK political journalists that Prime Minister Boris Johnson could be about to launch a Cabinet reshuffle. There had been expectation that this could take place two weeks ago, but focus has intensified in the last 48 hours following a Sunday visit to 10 Downing St. by Chief Whip Mark Spencer and Director of Communications Jack Doyle.
- Mid-afternoon UK time the general expectation for when reshuffle could take place, following PMQs at 1200BST.
- Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab seen as potentially vulnerable following criticism of his handling of the collapse of the Afghan gov't. Home Secretary Priti Patel also under pressure following a record summer of illegal immigrants arriving on UK shores having crossed the English Channel.
- Would mark the first major reshuffle of Johnson's time as prime minister.