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Scott U-S. Q. Hogg Earl Beatty U-S. S. P. S. M. McCorquodale 26 May 45 0. Lyttelton 25 May 45 (&Pres. S. J. Maclay 28 May 45 A. Chapman T. S. C. Waterhouse Sec. Bd Overseas Trade: S. Summers U-S. S. M. o. T. 0. Lyttelton 25 May 45 (&Min. of Production) WarO. Sir J. Grigg Aircraft Production JUNIOR MINISTERS ATTACHED 25 May 45 MINISTERS NOT IN CABINET E. BROWN 25 May 45 U-S. S. S. 26 May 45 26 May 45 26 May 45 JUNIOR MINISTERS ATTACHED A. Lennox-Boyd 26 May 45 1 This office was not formally under the Foreign Office but was more akin to Minister without Portfolio.
B. Turner E. S. Earl Russell A. Ponsonby (Ld) J. Parkinson U-S. S. E. Shinwell W. Jun 29 7 Jun 29 25 Mar 31 II Jun 29 7 Jul 29 I Jun 29 5 Jun 30 II Jun 29 I Dec 29 I Mar 31 II Jun 29 5 Jun 30 II Jun 29 5 Jun 30 7 Jun 29 MINISTERS NOT IN CABINET SIR 0. MosLEY 7 Jun 29 C. -Gen. ) F. -Gen. H. ATTLEE 2 Mar31 H. MORRISON 7 Jun 29 Transp. ) Law Officers: SIR W. -Gen. -Gen. SIR J. MELVILLE 22 Oct 30 SIRS. CRIPPS 17 Jun 29 C. AITCHISON Ld Advoc. 17 Jun 29 J. -Gen. Scotland JUNIOR MINISTERS ATTACHED D.
G. Lloyd (C) 15 May 40-3 Jun 42 (3 fun 42 combined in Min. of Fuel. Light & Power) Transp. SIR J. P. Not a member of the House of Lords. ) WarO. MINISTERS NOT IN WAR CABINET A. EDEN (C) II May 40 D. MARGESSON (C) 22 Dec 40 SIR J. GRIGG (Nat) 22 Feb 42 War Transp. LD LEATHERS (C) I May41 I st C. Works LD TRYON (C) 18 May 40 SIR J. REITH (LD) (Nat) 3 Oct 40 (Min. of Works & Buildings & 1st C. Works 3 Oct 40) LD PORTAL (C) 22 Feb 42 (Min. of Works and Planning II Feb 42. Min. SANDYs(C) 21 Nov44 Law Officers: SIR D.
British Political Facts 1900–1979 by David Butler;Anne Sloman