Fresh from a badly-needed leadership victory Tuesday, British Prime Minister John Major shook up his Cabinet to present a new and -- he hopes -- more appealing face to disenchanted voters. "It's really yet another attempt of his to draw a line in the sand, and a way for the Conservatives to prepare for the 1997 election," says TIME'sBarry Hillenbrand. Surprisingly, he reports, Major gave little to the right-wing antagonists and foes of European economic integration who prompted him to call for Tuesday's risky vote in the first place. Only one far-right rival, Michael Portillo, won a top spot (Defense secretary). Michael Heseltine, who might have challenged Major from the left, was named deputy prime minister and chief adviser, Hillenbrand adds, "as a reward for staying out of the race."