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W. Leach u~s. S. M. S. A. Greenwood U-S. R. S. Miss M. Bondfield U-S. S. A. S. S. : E. Shinwell U-S. C. S. S. S. S. to Treasury: B. Spoor Junior Lds of Treasury: F. Hall T. Kennedy J. Robertson G. Warne Lds in Waiting: Earl De La Warr Ld Muir-Mackenzie Non-political appointments. Not members of the House of Commons. M. Ld Pres. MINISTERS IN CABINET Privy S. Exch. S. Baldwin 4 Nov 24-4 Jun 29 Marquess Curzon 6 Nov 24 E of Balfour 27 Apr 25 Vt Cave 6 Nov 24 Ld Hailsham (Vt) 28 Mar 28 M of Salisbury 6 Nov 24 W.
Thurtle (Lab) 17 May 40 20 Jul4I L. S. Miss F. Horsbrugh (C) IS May 40 (for Junior Ministers see above) (for Jum"or Ministers see above) (for Junior Ministers see above) 1 Not a member of the House of Lords. Viscount Wolmer was moved to the House of Lords by writ of acceleration in October 1940. The same was done for Viscount Cranbome in January 1941. -Gen. VT CRANBORNE 1 (C) I5 May 40 (office vacant 3 Oct 40) Lo HANKEY (Ind) 20 Jul4I SIR W. JoWITT (Lab) 4 Mar 42 LD CHERWELL (C) 30 Dec 42 Pensions SIR W.
Simmons 4 Aug 45 10 May 46 I Feb 49 Ass. W. Burke C. S. W. Leonard } 4 Aug 45 A. Woodburn J. Freeman} 7 Oct 47 J. Jones J. Freeman 2 Mar so M. -Gen. &C. Planning Transp. WarO. Works 4 Aug 45 L. SILKIN (H. Dalton 28 Feb so & office in cabinet) A. BARNES 3 Aug 45 (office in cabinet) F. BELLENGER 4 Oct 46 E. SHINWELL 7 Oct 47 Feb so 28 J. STRACHEY G. TOMLINSON R. STOKES G. -Gen. SIR H. SHAWCROSS SIR F. SOSKICE SIR F. -Gen. SIR L. UNGOED-THOMAS 4 Aug 45 24 Apr 51 4 Aug 45 24 Apr 51 C. S. G. Strauss 4 Aug 45 J.