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Hammond takes on Tory Work and Pensions role

Philip Hammond has replaced Sir Malcolm Rifkind as shadow Work and Pensions Secretary after Rifkind walked out on the role.
Former Euro MP Theresa Villiers has taken over Hammonds role as shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury.
David Willetts has moved from shadow Trade and Industry Secretary to the Education brief with Alan Duncan replacing him.
David Cameron has also given Aifa chairman John Gummer the role of chairman of a policy review group looking at issues such as climate change, transport, urban revival and energy.

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