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Only four of Boris Johnson's cabinet ministers will deliver keynote speeches at the Conservatives' annual conference next week, as the Government seeks to focus on a series of core messages ahead of a possible general election.

The majority of cabinet ministers will take part in themed panels on the main conference stage in Manchester rather than enjoy their own speaking slot.

While last year 18 ministers made their own speeches, this year only four have been invited to do so, with the remainder left to make shorter addresses alongside colleagues.

Separate speaking slots have been reserved for Dominic Raab, the Foreign Secretary, Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, the Chancellor, and...

Only four of Boris Johnson's cabinet ministers will deliver keynote speeches at the Conservatives' annual conference next week, as the Government seeks to focus on a series of core messages ahead of a possible general election.

The majority of cabinet ministers will take part in themed panels on the main conference stage in Manchester rather than enjoy their own speaking slot.

While last year 18 ministers made their own speeches, this year only four have been invited to do so, with the remainder left to make shorter addresses alongside colleagues.

Separate speaking slots have been reserved for Dominic Raab, the Foreign Secretary, Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, the Chancellor, and...

Only four of Boris Johnson's cabinet ministers will deliver keynote speeches at the Conservatives' annual conference next week, as the Government seeks to focus on a series of core messages ahead of a possible general election.

The majority of cabinet ministers will take part in themed panels on the main conference stage in Manchester rather than enjoy their own speaking slot.

While last year 18 ministers made their own speeches, this year only four have been invited to do so, with the remainder left to make shorter addresses alongside colleagues.

Separate speaking slots have been reserved for Dominic Raab, the Foreign Secretary, Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, the Chancellor, and...

Only four of Boris Johnson's cabinet ministers will deliver keynote speeches at the Conservatives' annual conference next week, as the Government seeks to focus on a series of core messages ahead of a possible general election.

The majority of cabinet ministers will take part in themed panels on the main conference stage in Manchester rather than enjoy their own speaking slot.

While last year 18 ministers made their own speeches, this year only four have been invited to do so, with the remainder left to make shorter addresses alongside colleagues.

Separate speaking slots have been reserved for Dominic Raab, the Foreign Secretary, Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, the Chancellor, and...