The Guardian - PM’s reshuffle gamble on first day in charge

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The Guardian says the new prime minister Rishi Sunak has taken a “gamble” by restoring Suella Braverman to the Home Office less than a week after she was sacked for a security breach.

The paper reports on the cabinet reshuffle from the new PM on his very first day on the job. 

The front page also features an analysis which asks whether the UK is seeing its own “Obama moment” after its first Asian prime minister took to power.

There is also room for handy tips on preparing your home for the winter. 

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