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UK PM Rishi Sunak repairs the administration departments after rough 100 days in power

February 8, 2023: U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak revealed a recent administration department focused on energy security and started a mini reshuffle of his office as he searches to reassert his authority following a bumpy 100 days in office.

Sunak has named the retired business minister Grant Shapps as head of the recently launched Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, focusing on securing “long-term energy supply, bringing down bills and halving inflation.”

The prime minister appointed former Trade Minister Greg Hands as his new party chairman, which replaces sacked Nadhim Zahawi, in a small reshuffle of his top leadership team.

On Tuesday, the energy security department became one of four recent divisions to emerge. Sunak delivers on a promise made the previous year during his bid for the Conservative Party leadership to leave up the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

The U.K. had a Department of Energy and Climate difficulties, but it started with the business department in 2016.

The additional divisions have included the Department for Business and Trade, headed by similarities minister Kemi Badenoch, and a has restarted Department for Culture, Media and Sport, which Lucy Frazer manages.

A new Department for Science, Innovation and Technology, fronted by Michelle Donelan, has been made to advance Sunak’s idea to make the U.K. the coming Silicon Valley.

According to an administration’s statement, it will be given “improved public services, create the recent and better-paid jobs and grow the economy.”

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