Nicola Sturgeon has reacted with fury at Boris Johnson's slight reshuffle on his cabinet, which included Nicky Morgan returning to the government despite announcing, before the election, that she would be stepping down as an MP.
The news came on Monday that Johnson had reappointed Morgan, the former MP for Loughborough, as the culture secretary, after taking a peerage meaning that she will represent the cabinet in the House of Lords, rather than the House of Commons.
Morgan confirmed the news on her Twitter account but hinted that she might only be in the job for a few weeks, and joked that the leaving the cabinet is harder than leaving the European Union.
Well it turns out that leaving the Cabinet is harder than leaving the EU! Am delighted to continue as @DCMS Secreta… https://t.co/PoRBFCUXWb
— Baroness Nicky Morgan (@Baroness Nicky Morgan)
The reaction to this news, lest we forget that Morgan chose to step down from the government, hasn't been greeted with overwhelming enthusiasm.
@NickyMorgan01 @DCMS Is there no beginning to your integrity? https://t.co/UPUaa3jfo6