Iain Duncan Smith in line to be Liz Truss’s Chief Whip if she lands PM job

epa10070373 Former leader of the Conservative Party Iain Duncan Smith arrives to attend the launch event for Liz Truss's campaign to become the next leader of the Tory Party and Prime Minister in London, Britain 14 July 2022. There are six candidates remaining in the race. EPA/TOLGA AKMEN

IAIN Duncan Smith is in line to be Liz Truss’s enforcer as Government Chief Whip in a stunning Cabinet comeback.

The former Tory leader is herding MPs for the frontrunner after helping Ms Truss unite the right of the party behind her candidacy.

Iain Duncan Smith is in line to be Liz Truss’s enforcer as Government Chief Whip

Now he is hotly tipped to carry on that key role if she wins the keys to No10.

Meanwhile Priti Patel is likely to move from Home Secretary to Party Chairman and Rishi Sunak could be offered Health.

Brexiteer leadership contender Suella Braverman is the frontrunner to replace her after dropping out of the race and quickly endorsing Liz.

Kwasi Kwarteng is in line to be Truss’s Chancellor, with Simon Clarke the Business Secretary.

Third place Penny Mordaunt is said to be pushing for the Culture department, with insiders saying fourth place leadership candidate Kemi Bandenoch a shoo-in at Education.

New appointments to the Cabinet could include rising star Ranil Jayawardena at Environment and 5th place Tom Tugendhat as the Security Minister at the top table.

Key Truss ally Therese Coffey would likely head up the Cabinet Office and James Cleverly is tipped to be the next Foreign Secretary.

Last night former Health Secretary Sajid Javid endorsed Liz, but sources close to Truss say he was unlikely to return to the Cabinet.

Liz Truss is expected to appoint Kwasi Kwarteng as Chancellor if she becomes PM