What does the Federal reshuffle mean for housing and homelessness?

A December reshuffle of the Federal cabinet sees new ministers for issues relating to homelessness.

While the Government have continued without a minister for housing and homelessness, two new ministers with responsibilities in relevant areas have been appointed.

Dan Tehan, the member for the Victorian electorate of Wannon, is the new Minister for Social Services. With responsibility for a $118 billion budget, Mr Tehan will oversee Government policy across the full range of social and community services.

Michael Keenan, member for the WA electorate of Stirling is now the Minister for Human Services with responsibility for Centrelink and Medicare.

Who are the new ministers?

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