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Despite a storm over her top-tier changes, Mrs May pressed ahead with a shake-up of the lower ranks - sparking complaints that people were not being treated on their merits.She was also a champion of the controversial 'bedroom tax', which saw social tenants' benefits cut if they had spare rooms.The Tory MP said it was a way of 'tackling overcrowding' and would mean a 'better use of the housing stock'.He said: 'Rewarded for her failure with a safe seat and ministerial position.' Ms Mc Vey was embroiled in a series of heated clashes with John Mc Donnell, now Labour's shadow chancellor, during her first spell in Parliament.Mr Mc Donnell was instrumental in campaigns to dislodge her from Parliament in 2015 and branded her a 'stain on humanity'.

Trade minister Mark Garnier - who was recently cleared by a sleaze probe of breaking the ministerial code - was among those axed by the premier.

Meanwhile, Caroline Dinenage, Harriet Baldwin and Margot James were promoted, while highly-rated Sam Gyimah has become universities minister.