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Speaking of ‘the path forward’ in his address to the nation tonight, Prime Minister David Thompson says that he has advised his Excellency, the Governor General to reconfigure the Cabinet as follows, as of October 4th 2010:
Hon. David Thompson – Prime Minister and Minister of National Security
Hon. Freundel Stuart – Deputy Prime Minister, Attorney General and Minister of Home Affairs
Hon. Christopher Sinckler – Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs
Hon. Ronald Jones – Minister of Education and Human Resource Development
Hon. Michael Lashley – Minister of Housing, Lands, Urban and Rural Development
Hon. Patrick Todd – Minister of State in the Ministry of Housing, Lands, Urban and Rural Development with responsibilities for Urban and Rural Development
Hon. John Boyce – Minister of Transport and Works.  Mr. Boyce will also assume the added responsibility of Leader of the House
Hon. Denis Lowe – Minister of Drainage, Water Resource Management and Environment
Hon. Donville Inniss – Minister of Health
Hon. Richard Sealy – Minister of Tourism
Dr. the Hon. David Estwick – Minister of Agriculture, Food, Fisheries, Industry and Small Business Development
Dr. the Hon. Esther Byer-Suckoo – Minister of Labour
Hon. Steve Blackett – Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Community Development
Hon. Stephen Lashley – Minister of Family, Culture, Sports and Youth
Sen. Hon. Haynesley Benn – Minster of Commerce and Trade
Hon. George Hutson – Minister of International Transport and International Business
Sen. Hon. Maxine McClean – Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade
Sen. Hon. Darcy Boyce – Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibilities for Energy, Immigration, Telecommunications and Investment
Sen. Irene Sandiford-Garner – Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Health
Senator Harry Husbands – Parliamentary Secretary, Office of the Prime Minister
Senator Jepter Ince – Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Economic Affairs