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David Cameron is chairing the first all-Conservative Cabinet since 1997 on Tuesday morning following the party's election victory last week.
Of that new Cabinet, Michael Gove, who once called for hanging to be brought back, has been named as justice secretary and John Whittingdale, a critic of the BBC and a man who voted against the gay marriage bill, has been appointed culture secretary.
In fact, like Whittingdale, 136 Tory MPs voted against the government's same-sex marriage legislation in 2013 - compared to 127 who voted in favour.
Here's how the new Cabinet voted:
Of the 28 ministers attending the Cabinet, who also voted on the bill in 2013, 20 supported it, seven opposed it and just one - foreign secretary Philip Hammond - abstained.
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