Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May poses with Brandon Lewis and James Cleverly and other members of their teams outside 10 Downing Street, London, January 8, 2018. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
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British Prime Minister Theresa May sought to refresh her government with a ministerial reshuffle Monday as she faces a crucial year for Brexit, but the shake-up began with a humiliating blunder.After striking an interim Brexit deal with the European Union in December, however, May begins 2018 in a stronger position.Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, Brexit Minister David Davis and Finance Minister Philip Hammond kept their jobs, but many others were expected to move in a reshuffle prompted by the sacking of May's deputy last month.It was one of several low points in a turbulent year for the prime minister, who took over the helm of a divided government and country in July 2016 after the EU referendum.Johnson, a leading Brexit supporter, kept his job despite challenging May's strategy last year.
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