Chris Grayling looks set to be named as the new pensions minister under the new Con-Lib coalition Government.
Grayling has held several high profile positions during the Conservatives' time in opposition.
Previously the Tory home affairs spokesman, he spent two years as work and pensions spokesman from 2007 to 2009.
He was also transport spokesman from 2005 to 2007, higher and further education spokesman from 2002 to 2003 and health spokesman.
Grayling had been tipped to take the home secretary post but he lost out to former work and pensions spokeswoman Theresa May.
The DWP refused to confirm who would take over the position from Angela Eagle. However, industry sources named Grayling as the new pensions minister.
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