GOOD MORNING: Welcome to live coverage from Westminster as David Cameron prepares to shuffle his pack.
Mr Cameron began talks with the Government's most senior members last night, using his more discreet Commons office rather than Number 10. In other words, we have no clue as to who was summoned!
RUMOUR: It is reported that Ken Clarke is set to remain in the Cabinet as minister without portfolio - acting as a veteran "wise head''.
REPORTED: It is reported that Education Secretary Michael Gove and Work and Pension Secretary Iain Duncan Smith will remain in their posts. Confirmation to follow.
SPOTTED: Michael Fallon visited Downing Street this morning. Could he be in line for the Conservative Party chairmanship?
SPOTTED: Theresa Villiers has just entered Number 10! What does that mean? Rumours abound about the future of her boss at the Department for Transport, Justine Greening...
SPOTTED: Chris Grayling, the Minister of State at the Department for Work and Pensions, has just entered Number 10. Could this be Ken Clarke's replacement?
BREAKING NEWS: Ken Clarke has denied that being moved from Justice Secretary to minister without portfolio was a humiliation, telling reporters: “Being offered a job in the Cabinet at my age - don’t be daft.”
SPOTTED: Jeremy Hunt has just entered Number 10! Where's he going? Health?
CONFIRMED: Theresa Villiers is the new Northern Ireland Secretary, replacing Owen Paterson.
RUMOUR: The word is that Andrew Lansley will be moving from Health Secretary to Leader of the House of Commons. Confirmation to follow.
SPOTTED: Justine Greening has just entered Number 10! The Transport Secretary is obviously on the move...
RUMOUR: Lib Dem MP David Laws is in line to make a Government comeback by replacing Sarah Teather as education minister, according to sources.
CONFIRMED: Jeremy Hunt is appointed Health Secretary - that's a huge promotion for a man who looked to be on thin ice but a few months ago!