The first ever Conservative MP for Mansfield Ben Bradley has been given a new role by the political party as part of its Cabinet reshuffle.
Ben Bradley MP, 28, has been named as the CCHQ (Conservative Campaign Headquarters) Vice Chair for Youth meaning he will help to be responsible for youth engagement within the party and gains a place within headquarters.
The Conservative party’s press office announced the news on Twitter.
Our new CCHQ Vice Chair for Youth is @bbradleymp
— CCHQ Press Office (@CCHQPress) January 8, 2018
This comes as Prime Minister Theresa May reshuffles her Cabinet in the biggest shake-up since the snap general election in June 2017, meaning she will move members of her party in and out of different roles.
The reshuffle started today (Monday January 8) and is expected to go on until tomorrow (Tuesday January 9).
Former immigration minister Brandon Lewis has been named the new chairman of the Conservative party in the reshuffle with James Cleverly appointed deputy.
Sir Patrick McLoughlin resigned from the position this morning.