EU referendum: The Cabinet Ministers voting to leave – and stay in – the EU

'I'm disappointed that we're not going to be on the same side as we have this vital argument about our country's future'

After the British Cabinet met to discuss the deal David Cameron secured in Brussels, ministers have been announcing whether they willl campaign to stay in or leave the European Union.

Before the meeting, Prime Minister David Cameron already accepted his close ally, Justice Minister Michael Gove, would campaign for Britain to leave the EU.

London mayor Boris Johnson has spoken out about his irresolution regarding the referendum.

Here are all the Ministers who have announced their support for the Leave campaign:

OUT: Chris Grayling, Leader of the Commons


OUT: Iain Duncan Smith, Work and Pensions Secretary


OUT: Theresa Villiers, the Northern Ireland Secretary


OUT: John Whittingdale, the Culture Secretary 

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OUT: Priti Patel, Minister for Employment


And here are all those supporting the Prime Minister and the In campaign:

IN: George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer

George Osborne delivers his keynote speech to the Conservative party conference

IN: Theresa May, Home Secretary


IN: Michael Fallon, Defence Secretary


IN: Sajid Javid, Secretary for Business, Innovation and Skills

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IN: Nicky Morgan, Minister for Eduction and Women and Equalities 


IN: Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt 

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Here is a list of other ministers voting to say in the EU:


IN: Patrick McLoughlin, Transport Secretary 



IN: Liz Truss, Secretary for Envirnment, Food and Rural Affairs

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Liz Truss said the move would make education more equal

IN: Oliver Letwin, the Chancellor of Duchy Lancaster 


IN: Stephen Crabb, Wales Secretary

IN: Anna Soubry, Minister for Small Business

IN: Jeremy White, Attorney General

IN: Justine Greening, Secretary for International Development

IN: Greg Hands, Chief Secretary for the Treasury

IN: Matt Hancock, Paymaster General and Minister for the Cabinet Office

IN: Rob Haflon, Minister without Portfolio