Stanley Baldwin - First Government, May 1923 – January 1924

First Government, May 1923 – January 1924

  • Stanley Baldwin – Prime Minister, Chancellor of the Exchequer and Leader of the House of Commons
  • Lord Cave – Lord Chancellor
  • Lord Salisbury – Lord President of the Council
  • Lord Robert Cecil – Lord Privy Seal (Viscount Cecil of Chelwood from 28 December 1923)
  • William Clive Bridgeman – Home Secretary
  • Lord Curzon of Kedleston – Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Leader of the House of Lords
  • The Duke of Devonshire – Secretary of State for the Colonies
  • Lord Derby – Secretary of State for War
  • Lord Peel – Secretary of State for India
  • Sir Samuel Hoare – Secretary of State for Air
  • Lord Novar – Secretary for Scotland
  • Leo Amery – First Lord of the Admiralty
  • Sir Philip Lloyd-Greame – President of the Board of Trade
  • Sir Robert Sanders – Minister of Agriculture
  • Edward Frederick Lindley Wood – President of the Board of Education
  • Sir Anderson Montague-Barlow – Minister of Labour
  • Neville Chamberlain – Minister of Health
  • Sir William Joynson-Hicks – Financial Secretary to the Treasury
  • Sir Laming Worthington-Evans – Postmaster-General

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