Oris Johnson has begun firing ministers in a reshuffle to reshape his government.
It is believed that the Prime Minister sees deprived cabinet ministers in his Commons office.
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson is believed to be among those losing his job.
Ministers being promoted are expected to be invited to Downing Street to be informed of their new posts.
Confirmation of the reshuffle came as Mr Johnson stood up in the Commons and took the Prime Minister’s question.
Under the Prime Minister’s question, Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Interior Minister Priti Patel sat to the right of Johnson’s left and Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg to the right — with other heavyweights in the cabinet not seen in the chamber.
A shake-up of the Prime Minister’s top team has long been expected in Westminster.
“PM will make a reshuffle on Wednesday to get a strong and united team to build better back from the pandemic,” the source said Wednesday.
“On Tuesday, PM established its plan for handling Covid during the autumn and winter.
“But the government must also redouble our efforts to live up to the priorities of the people.
“PM appoints ministers this afternoon focusing on uniting and leveling the whole country.”