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Conservatives

The conservative party traded an April 2017 majority of 17 for a June 2017 minority in the ill-judged and poorly fought general election. The outgoing Cabinet is shown at the bottom of the page.

Here's their web site and here are a few more: Conservative Home, Conservative Woman, Guido Fawkes.

2017 Manifesto

2017 Cabinet

Post Member Post Member
Prime Minister Theresa May Transport Chris Grayling
Chancellor Philip Hammond Communities Sajid Javid
Home Secretary Amber Rudd Leader of the Commons Andrea Leadsome (previously David Lidington)
Foreign Office Boris Johnson Leader of the Lords Baroness Evans
Defence Michael Fallon Scotland David Mundell
Justice David Lidington (previously Lizz Truss) Wales Alun Cairns
Education Justine Greening Northern Ireland James Brokenshire
Brexit David Davis Environment+ Michael Gove (previously Andrea Leadsome)ยง
International Trade Liam Fox International Dev Priti Patel
Business+ Greg Clark Culture+ Karen Bradley
Health Jeremy Hunt Duchy of Lancaster Patrick McLoughlin
Work and Pensions David Gauke (previously Damian Green) First Secretary Damian Green

Also attending cabinet:
Lizz Truss (Treasury), Jeremy Wright (Attorney General), Brandon Lewis (Home Office, Immigration), Gavin Williamson (Chief Whip).
Details correct as at 15th September 2017.

2015-17 Cabinet

Post Member Post Member
Prime Minister Theresa May Transport Chris Grayling
Chancellor Philip Hammond Communities Sajid Javid
Home Secretary Amber Rudd Leader of the Commons David Lidington
Foreign Office Boris Johnson Leader of the Lords Baroness Evans
Defence Michael Fallon Scotland David Mundell
Justice Lizz Truss Wales Alun Cairns
Education Justine Greening Northern Ireland James Brokenshire
Brexit David Davis Environment+ Andrea Leadsome
International Trade Liam Fox International Dev Priti Patel
Business+ Greg Clark Culture+ Karen Bradley
Health Jeremy Hunt Duchy of Lancaster Patrick McLoughlin
Work and Pensions Damian Green    

Also allowed to attend: David Gauke (Chief Sec Treas), Ben Gummer (Paymaster General), Jeremy Wright (Attorney General), Gavin Williamson (Chief Whip).

Sources
parliament.uk Wikipedia.