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H. Crookshank (C) R. Assheton (C) O. Peake (C) Foreign O. Vt HALIFAX1 (C) A. EDEN1 (C) U-S. R. Butler (C) R. Law (C) G. Hall (Lab) Home O. Sir J. ANDERSON (Nat) & Home Security H. MORRISON (Lab) (office in war cabinet) H. MORRISON1 (Lab) U-S. O. Peake (C) E of Munster (C) Not a member of the House of Commons. 1 Member of War Cabinet. S. Home W. Nat) 15 May 40–3 Jun 42 Security Ellen Wilkinson (Lab) 8 Oct 40–23 May 45 Admiralty A. ALEXANDER (Lab) 11 May 40 P. S. Sir V. Warrender (C) 17 May 40 (Ld Bruntisfield) Civil Ld A.

FINLAY 28 Oct 60 Cap. Gents Earl FORTESCUE 21 Jan 57 at Arms Earl ST ALDWYN 27 Jun 58 Cap. Yeo. M. 1st. Sec. of State Ld Pres. Ld Chanc. Privy Seal Exchequer Chief Sec. H. WILSON 16 Oct 64–19 Jun 70 G. BROWN 16 Oct 64 M. STEWART 11 Aug 66–18 Mar 68 (office linked to Dept. Affairs 16 Oct 64–29 Aug 67) BARBARA CASTLE 6 Apr 68 (office linked to Min. of Employment) H. BOWDEN 16 Oct 64 R. CROSSMAN 11 Aug 66 F. PEART 18 Oct 68 Ld GARDINER 16 Oct 64 E of LONGFORD 18 Oct 64 Sir F. SOSKICE 23 Dec 65 E of LONGFORD 6 Apr 66 Ld SHACKLETON 16 Jan 68 F.

J. CLYDE 2 Nov 51 W. -Gen. W. MILLIGAN+ 3 Nov 51 Scotland W. S. to Treasury Lds of Treasury P. BUCHAN-HEPBURN 30 Oct 51 E. HEATH 30 Dec 55 H. Mackeson 7 Nov 51–28 May 52 (Sir) H. Butcher 7 Nov 51–3 Jul 53 E. Heath 7 Nov 51–20 Dec 55 T. Galbraith (Jnr) 7 Nov 51–4 Jun 54 D. Vosper 7 Nov 51–18 Oct 54 H. Oakshott 28 May 52–13 Jun 55 M. Redmayne 3 Jul 53–9 Jan 57 R. Thompson 28 Jul 54–8 Apr 56 G. Wills 26 Oct 54–9 Jan 57 Not a member of the House of Commons. ) Lds of P. Legh 13 Jun 55–9 Jan 57 Treasury E.

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