GORDON Brown today vowed he would not walk away from No 10 as he faced another outspoken attack from a former colleague.
FORMER Europe Minister Caroline Flint today berated Gordon Brown for treating her as "female window dressing".
CAROLINE Flint delivered a devastating attack on Gordon Brown tonight, accusing him of using women ministers as "female window dressing".
HERE is the full list of Cabinet members following today's reshuffle...
NEW Home Secretary Alan Johnson today insisted he was not seeking the leadership of the Labour Party, and said he was backing Gordon Brown "to the hilt" to continue as Prime Minister.
SIR Alan Sugar will receive a peerage as part of a new enterprise role in the Government, a source said today.
DEFENCE Secretary John Hutton is to stand down from the Government for "family reasons" after approaching the Prime Minister some time ago, sources said today.
JOHN Prescott has launched a stunning assault on Harriet Harman, his successor as deputy Labour leader, over the party's poor performance in the local and European elections.
MINISTERS and MPs lined up today to throw their support behind embattled Gordon Brown in the wake of James Purnell's dramatic resignation.
GORDON Brown today began a reshuffle of his Cabinet, following last night's resignation of Work and Pensions Secretary James Purnell.
GORDON Brown's bid to form a Cabinet of "all the talents" has led him to asking Lord Stevens, the cross-bench peer and former police chief, to join the government.
Key quote"He did offer me a number of alternative posts in government but I felt it would be wrong to take them." - former Home Secretary Charles Clarke
JOHN REID's appointment as Home Secretary yesterday confirms the continuing influence of Scottish MPs in the Cabinet, but could also raise some difficult political questions.
EVEN on his worst days, Tony Blair remains a formidable strategist with an astonishing ability to shape events, or at least the way those events are perceived.
LABOUR’S commitment to education was yesterday called into question after the impromptu government reshuffle cost the Department of Education its two most senior ministers.
THE fall-out from Tony Blair’s latest Cabinet reshuffle has provoked a fresh bout of vicious Labour Party in-fighting.
IN the run-up to his latest botched government shake-up, Tony Blair came in to meet a group of senior MPs and said nervously: "I should just get on with the reshuffles, shouldn’t I?"