Stanley Baldwin - Third Cabinet, June 1935 – May 1937

Third Cabinet, June 1935 – May 1937

  • Stanley Baldwin – Prime Minister and Leader of the House of Commons
  • Lord Hailsham – Lord Chancellor
  • Ramsay MacDonald – Lord President of the Council
  • Lord Londonderry – Lord Privy Seal and Leader of the House of Lords
  • Neville Chamberlain – Chancellor of the Exchequer
  • Sir John Simon – Home Secretary and Deputy Leader of the House of Commons
  • Sir Samuel Hoare – Foreign Secretary
  • Malcolm MacDonald – Colonial Secretary
  • J.H. Thomas – Dominions Secretary
  • Lord Halifax – Secretary for War
  • Lord Zetland – Secretary of State for India
  • Lord Swinton – Secretary of State for Air
  • Sir Godfrey Collins – Secretary of State for Scotland
  • Bolton Eyres-Monsell – First Lord of the Admiralty
  • Walter Runciman – President of the Board of Trade
  • Walter Elliot – Minister of Agriculture
  • Oliver Stanley – President of the Board of Education
  • Ernest Brown – Minister of Labour
  • Sir Kingsley Wood – Minister of Health
  • William Ormsby-Gore – First Commissioner of Works
  • Anthony Eden – Minister without Portfolio with responsibility for League of Nations Affairs
  • Lord Eustace Percy – Minister without Portfolio with responsibility for government policy

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