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Lord Frost handed full cabinet position to deal with Post-Brexit UK-EU relations

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has drafted former Brexit negotiator Lord David Frost into his cabinet to take the reins on forging a new relationship between the United Kingdom and European Union.

Downing Street confirmed Lord Frost will seek to maximise post-Brexit trading opportunities when he becomes a full cabinet member, he is set to be sworn in next month.

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Lord Frost is also will also replace Michael Gove as co-chair of a committee on implementing the Brexit withdrawal deal, However Mr Gove will retain his full cabinet position.

Mr Gove, who will keep the title of Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, will be Lord Frost’s new boss at the Cabinet Office.

Speaking highly of Mr Gove, Lord Frost said the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster had done an “extraordinary job for this country” in talks with the EU over the past year.

When asked about taking over from him as chair of the EU-UK committee tasked with implementing the Brexit deal, he said: “I stand on the shoulders of giants.”

Lord Frost will also become UK chair of a separate committee being set up to oversee the post-Brexit trade deal he negotiated with Brussels last year.

However not everyone was happy with the news of the updated cabinet, Labour’s shadow international trade secretary Emily Thornberry tweeted: “So we’ve finally got one minister taking a grip of the problems with our post-Brexit trading relationships with Europe.

“Someone who has never been elected by anyone in this country, and won’t be accountable in the House of Commons to any of us who have.”

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