PPS

Cabinet role: false
Notes: Private Parliamentary Secretary

Members

  1. Michael Alison

    1983-1987

    to Margaret Thatcher, as Prime Minister

  2. Frank Allaun

    1964-1965

    to Anthony Greenwood, as Secretary of State for the Colonies

  3. Augustus Allhusen

  4. William Anstruther-Gray

    1931-1939

  5. Apsley

    1922

    to Lieutenant-Colonel Buckley, as Parliamentary Secretary in the Overseas Trade Department

  6. Peter Archer

    1967-1970

  7. John Arkwright

  8. Arthur Allen

    1950-1951

  9. Ernest Armstrong

    1965-1969

    to Anthony Greenwood, as Colonial Secretary

  10. Hubert Ashton

    1951-1957

  11. James Allason

    1960-1964

  12. Jack Ashley

    1967-1970

    to Michael Stewart, as Secretary of State for Economic Affairs and Foreign Secretary

  13. William Blyton

    1947-1949

  14. Robert Boothby

    1926-1929

  15. Clive Bossom

    1962-1964

    to Hugh Fraser, as Secretary of State for Air

  16. Terence Boston

    1964-1966

    to Charles Pannell, as Minister of Public Building and Works

  17. Anthony Bourne-Arton

    1962-1964

  18. Herbert Bowden

    1947

    March-May 1947; to Wilfred Paling, as Minister of Pensions

  19. Gerald Bowden

    1990-1992

  20. John Bowis

    1989-1993

  21. Edward Boyle

    1951-1953

  22. Brendan Bracken

    1940-1941

    to Winston Churchill, as Prime Minister

  23. Cyril Banks

    1952-1953

  24. Robert Banks

    1979-1982

  25. Nicholas Baker

    1981-1988

  26. Tim Boswell

    1989-1990

    Peter Lilley

  27. Virginia Bottomley

    1985-1988

    to Chris Patten as Min of State for Educ, and Min of State for Overseas Development

  28. Julian Brazier

    1990-

  29. Burghley

    1939-1940

    Ministry of Supply

  30. Donald Bruce

    1945-1950

    to Aneurin Bevan, as Minister of Health

  31. John Arbuthnot

    1952-1953

    to J.G. Smyth, as Parliamentary Secretary at Ministry of Pensions

  32. Peter Agnew

    1933-1939

  33. Robert Allan

    1955-1958

  34. Ralph Assheton

    1936

  35. David Atkinson

    1979-1983

  36. Tony Baldry

    1985-1990

  37. Gerald Balfour

    1885

    to Arthur Balfour

  38. Josceline Bagot

    1897-1899

  39. Arthur Balfour

    1878-1880

    to Marquess of Salisbury, as Foreign Secretary

  40. John Astor

    1951-1953

    to J. Boyd-Carpenter, as Financial Secretary to the Treasury

  41. John Astor

    1970-1974

    to Richard Wood, as Minister for Overseas Development

  42. William Waldorf Astor

    1936-1939

    to Sir Samuel Hoare, as First Lord of the Admiralty and Home Secretary

  43. Waldorf Astor

    1917

    to David Lloyd George, as Prime Minister

  44. Arthur Brand

    1893-1894

  45. Francis Acland

    1906-1908

  46. Jennie Adamson

    1940-1945

  47. Graham Allen

  48. David Amess

    1987-

  49. Joe Ashton

    1969-1970;1974-1976

  50. Francis Lawley

    1852-

    to Chancellor of the Exchequer

  51. Gyles Brandreth

    1993

  52. William Brass

    1922-1929

  53. Jeremy Bray

    1964-1966

    to George Brown, as Secretary of State for Economic Affairs

  54. Henry Brewis

    1960-1962

  55. George Bowyer

    1921-1924

  56. Richard Briscoe

    1924-1929;1934-

  57. Tom Bradley

    1964-1965

    to Roy Jenkins, as Minister of Aviation

  58. Graham Bright

    1984-87

    check dept

  59. Graham Bright

    1989-1990

    check dept

  60. Graham Bright

    1990-

    Min of Agric

  61. Simon Burns

    1989

  62. John Butterfill

    1992-

    Parkinson, Mawhinney

  63. Clement Brocklebank

    1927-1929;1934-

  64. Richard Brooman-White

    1951-1956

  65. Urban Broughton

    1916-1918

    to Attorney General

  66. John Bruce-Gardyne

    1970-1972

    Sec of State for Scotland

  67. Patrick Buchan-Hepburn

    1931-1939

  68. William Bull

  69. Eric Bullus

    1953

    to H. Mackeson, Secretary for Overseas Trade

  70. Esmond Bulmer

    1979-1980

    to Timothy Raison and Leon Brittan, as Ministers of State at the Home Office

  71. Clement Attlee

    1922-1924

  72. Daniel Awdry

    1964

    Board of Trade

  73. John Baldock

    1952

    to John Foster, as Under-Secretary for Commonwealth Relations.

  74. Balniel

    1924,1931-1935

  75. Charles Barclay-Harvey

    1924-1929

  76. John Barter

    1957-1959

  77. Humphrey Atkins

    1959-1962

  78. John Baker

    1929-

  79. Harold Baker

    1910-1911

  80. John Barran

    1909-1918

  81. Godfrey Baring

    1908-1915

  82. John Baird

    1911-1916

    to Bonar Law

  83. Herbert Butcher

    1938-1940

  84. Hugh Brown

    1968-1970

  85. Jack Browne

    1951-1955

  86. Paul Bryan

    1956

    to Walter Monckton, as Minister of Defence

  87. Herbert Butler

    1950-1951

  88. George Butler

  89. Joyce Butler

    1964-7

    Land and Nature Reserves

  90. Antony Buck

    1963-1964

    to Sir John Hobson, as Attorney-General

  91. Michael Brown

    1992-1993

    to Sir Patrick Mayhew, as Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

  92. John Butcher

    1981-1982

  93. Alistair Burt

  94. Sydney Chapman

    1979-1981

  95. Sydney Chapman

    1981-

  96. Robert Carr

    1951-1955

    to Anthony Eden, as Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

  97. James Callaghan

  98. Kenneth Carlisle

    1983-7

  99. Hubert Carr-Gomm

    1906-1908

  100. Matthew Carrington

    1989

  101. Robert Cary

    1952-1955

  102. Victor Cazalet

    1924-1927

    to Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister, as President of Board of Trade

  103. Arthur Champion

    1949-1951

  104. Henry Channon

    1938-1941

  105. Paul Channon

    1959-1960

    to Richard Wood, as Minister of Power

  106. Henry Charleton

    1929-1931

  107. George Chetwynd

    1948-1951

  108. Robin Chichester-Clark

    1958

  109. Allan Chapman

    1938

  110. Edward Campbell

    1931-1945

  111. Ian Campbell

    1976-9

    Sec of State for Scotland

  112. John Cartwright

    1976-1978

    to Shirley Williams, as Minister for Education

  113. Neil Carmichael

    1966-1967

  114. Ronald Chamberlain

    1945-1948

  115. William Carr

    1963-1964

  116. Michael Colvin

    1983-1987

  117. Christopher Chope

    1985-1986

  118. Thomas Cochrane

    1895-1901

    to Joseph Chamberlain, as Colonial Secretary

  119. Donald Coleman

    1967-1970

  120. Harry Chilcott

  121. William Cluse

    1940-1943

  122. Eric Cockeram

    1970-1974

    Trade and Industry

  123. Philip Colfox

    1920-1922

  124. Frank Collindridge

    1941-1943

  125. Robert Conant

    1938-1943

  126. Percy Clive

  127. Archibald Cochrane

    1924-1929

    to Major Walter Elliott, as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Scotland

  128. Edward Cobb

    1938-1941

    to H. Balfour

  129. Godfrey Collins

    1910-1914

    to Colonel Seely, as Secretary for War

  130. Ralph Clarke

    1938-1939

  131. Winston Churchill

    1970-1972

    to Julian Amery, as Minister for Housing and Construction

  132. Archibald Church

    1924;1929-1931

  133. Derek Conway

    1988-1991

  134. Leo Money

    1915-1916

  135. John Crombie

  136. John Corrie

    Scottish Office

  137. Oliver Baldwin

    1946-1947

  138. Albert Costain

    1962-1964

  139. James Couchman

    1986-1990

  140. James Coulson

    1962-1964

  141. Beresford Craddock

    1956-1962

  142. James Craigen

    1974-1976

    Sec of State for Scotland

  143. Aidan Crawley

    1945-1947

  144. Valentine Crittall

    1924

  145. Petre Crowder

    1951-1962

  146. Anthony Crossley

    1932-1938

  147. Horace Cox

    1938-1945

  148. Robert Cooke

  149. Roger Cooke

    1957-1958

  150. Thomas Cook

    1947-1950

  151. Albert Cooper

    1952-1954

  152. John Cooper

    1950-1951

  153. Jack Cunningham

    1972;1974-1976

  154. Tam Dalyell

    1964-1965

    to Richard Crossman

  155. Quentin Davies

    1989-1992

  156. David Davis

    1989-1990

  157. George Dallas

    1929-1931

  158. Somerset De Chair

    1942-1944

  159. Geoffrey De Freitas

    1945-1946

  160. David Davies

    1916

  161. Richard Denman

    1910-1918

  162. Ernest Davies

    1946-1950

  163. Ernest Davies

    1967-1969

  164. George Darling

    1951

    to George Strauss, as Minister of Supply

  165. Gwilym Davies

    1964-1969

  166. Harold Davies

    1966-1970

  167. Dalkeith

    1961-1964

  168. Knox Cunningham

    1958-1963

  169. John Davidson

    1920-1921

    to Leader of the House

  170. John Davidson

    1941

  171. Percy Dean

    1918-1922

  172. Arthur Davidson

    1968-1970

    to Sol Gen

  173. Edwina Currie

    1985-1986

    to Sir Keith Joseph, as Secretary of State for Education and Science

  174. Donald Dewar

    1967

    to Pres of Board of Trade

  175. Charles Barclay-Harvey

    1932-1936

  176. Alan Duncan

    1992-1993

    res 1994

  177. Patrick Donner

    1939-1944

  178. James Douglas-Hamilton

    1983-1987

    to Malcolm Rifkind, as Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Secretary of State for Scotland.

  179. Alec Douglas-Home

    1935-1940

  180. Cedric Drewe

    1939-1943

  181. George Duckworth

    1932-1936;1937-1939

  182. Jack Dunnett

    1964-1970

    to Fred Mulley, in various Ministerial offices.

  183. Evan Durbin

    1945-1947

  184. Hugh Dykes

    1970-1972

    to various members, as Under-Secretaries of State for Defence

  185. Arthur Dewar

  186. Edward Dunn

    1942

  187. Thomas Dickson

  188. Francis Douglas

    1940-1945

    to J. Chuter Ede, as Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Education

  189. John Dugdale

    1945

  190. Jack Diamond

    1947

    to C.W. Key, as Minister of Works

  191. Norman Dodds

    1951

  192. Anthony Durant

    1983-1984

  193. Thomas Dugdale

    1931-1935

    to Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister, as President of the Board of Trade, Secretary of State for the Colonies, and Secretary of State for Air.

  194. Charles Donaldson

    1954-1959

  195. Raymond Dobson

    1967-1969

  196. Bob Dunn

    1981-1983

    to Cecil Parkinson

  197. Rolf Williams

    1958-1964

    to Christopher Soames, as Secretary of State for War and Minister of Agriculture

  198. Peter Emery

    1960-1961

    to David Ormsby-Gore, as Minister of State, Foreign Office

  199. David Stoddart

    1974-1975

    to Reg Freeson, as Minister for Housing and Construction

  200. Alexander Eadie

    1967

  201. Anthony Eden

    1924-1926

    to G. Locker-Lampson, as Under-Secretary of State at Home Office and Foreign Office

  202. William Edge

    1917-1919

    to Sir Auckland Geddes, as Minister for National Service

  203. Albert Edmondson

    1925-1929

  204. Ednam

    1922-1924

    to Earl Winterton

  205. Timothy Eggar

    1982-1985

    to Minister for Overseas Development

  206. Elmley

    1931-1937

    to Leslie Hore-Belisha, as Parliamentary Secretary to Board of Trade, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Minister of Transport and Secretary of State for War.

  207. Michael English

    1966-1967

  208. David Ennals

    1964-1966

  209. Alexander Erskine-Hill

    1939

  210. Erskine

    1922-1924

  211. Ioan Evans

    1964-1966

  212. John Edwards

    1945-1947

  213. Richard Ewart

    1951

  214. William Edwards

    1968-1970

  215. John Evans

    1980

  216. David Evans

    1991-

    John Redwood

  217. Guy Fanshawe

    1928-1929

  218. Andrew Faulds

    1967-1969

    to John Stonehouse, as Minister of Aviation, Minister of Technology, and Postmaster-General

  219. Anthony Favell

    1986-1990

  220. Ernest Fernyhough

    1964-1967

  221. William Field

    1950-1951

  222. Eustace Fiennes

  223. Graeme Finlay

    1952-1955

  224. Dudley Fishburn

    1990-

    Tim Sainsbury

  225. William Fisher

    1886-1892

  226. Edmond Fitzmaurice

    1872-1873

  227. Raymond Fletcher

    1967

  228. Nigel Forman

    1979-1983

    Douglas Hurd FCO

  229. Nigel Forman

    1987-1989

    Nigel Lawson

  230. Walter Forrest

    1922

  231. John Forrester

    1970

  232. Richard Fort

    1951-1954

  233. Derek Foster

    1983-1985

    Neil Kinnock appted M of S, 1997, but resigned 2 days later

  234. Sidney Herbert

    1922-

  235. Charles Foxcroft

    1924

  236. Gerald France

  237. Ian Fraser

    1962

  238. John Fraser

    1968-1970

  239. Thomas Fraser

    1944

  240. John Freeman

    1945-1946

  241. Denzil Freeth

    1956-1959

  242. Douglas French

    1988-

  243. Stephen Furness

    1936-1937

  244. Francis Ganzoni

    1924-1929

  245. Edward Gardner

    1962-1963

    to Attorney-General

  246. Ernest Gates

    1943-1945

  247. Frank McElhone

    1974-1975

    to Tony Benn, as Secretary of State for Industry

  248. David Gibson-Watt

    1962-1964

    to Reginald Maudling, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  249. Gregor Mackenzie

    1964-1970

  250. James White

    1912-1916

    to T. McKinnon Wood, as Secretary for Scotland

  251. James White

    1916

    to T. McKinnon Wood, as Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster and Financial Secretary to the Treasury

  252. James Macpherson

    1914-1916

  253. Malcolm Macpherson

    1950-1951

  254. Martin Maddan

    1961-1963

  255. Cecil Malone

    1931

  256. Henry Margesson

    1922-1923

  257. Frank Markham

    1931-1932

  258. Frank Markham

    1936-1937

  259. Paul Marland

    1981-1986

  260. David Marquand

    1967-1969

    to Reginald Prentice, as Minister of Overseas Development

  261. George Mathers

    1929-1931

  262. Ian Gilmour

    1963-1964

  263. David Ginsburg

    1964-1967

  264. Herbert Gladstone

    1880-1881

    to his father, as Prime Minister

  265. John Greenway

    1991-1997?

  266. William Grenfell

    1885-

  267. Arthur Griffith-Boscawen

    1895-1900

  268. Edward Goulding

    1895-1898

  269. Raymond Gower

    1952-1960

  270. Ian Gow

    1979-1983

    to PM Margaret Thatcher

  271. William Glyn-Jones

    1914-1918

    Munitions-Dr Addison

  272. Park Goff

    1919

    to First Lord of the Admiralty

  273. Philip Goodhart

    1958-1960

  274. Victor Goodhew

    1962-1964

  275. Robert Grant-Ferris

    1944-1945

  276. Edgar Granville

    1931

    to Sir Herbert Samuel, as Home Secretary

  277. James Greig

    1917-

  278. Frank Griffith

    1931-1932

  279. George Gooch

  280. David Grenfell

    1924,1929,1931

  281. Ralph Glyn

    1931-1937

    to Ramsay MacDonald, as Prime Minister 1931-1935, and as Lord President 1935-1937.

  282. Richard Glyn

    1958

    June-October 1958; to Sir D. Eccles, as President of the Board of Trade

  283. John Golding

    1970

    to Eric Varley, as Minister of Technology

  284. William Griffiths

    1950-1951

  285. John Gummer

    1972

    Agric

  286. William Hague

    1990-1993

    to Norman Lamont, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  287. Archie Hamilton

    1979-1982

  288. Archie Hamilton

    1987-1988

    Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher

  289. Neil Hamilton

    1986-1987

  290. Jeremy Hanley

    1987-1990

  291. Ian Grist

    1979-1981

    to Nicholas Edwards, as Secretary of State for Wales

  292. Patrick Ground

    1987-1992

  293. Derrick Gunston

    1926-1929

  294. Derrick Gunston

    1931-1936

  295. Derrick Gunston

    1940-1945

  296. Douglas Hacking

    1920-1922

  297. John Haire

    1946-1947

  298. John Haire

    1950-1951

  299. Alfred Hall-Davis

    1970

  300. William Hamling

    1966-1969

  301. Samuel Hammersley

    1927-1929

  302. Keith Hampson

    1979-1983

    Tom King

  303. William Hannan

    1964-1968

  304. David Hardman

    1945

    Ld Privy Seal

  305. Cecil Harmsworth

    1911-1915

  306. Angus Hambro

    1917-1918

  307. Henry Guest

    1911-1915

  308. Collingwood Hamilton

    1918

    Min of Munitions

  309. Collingwood Hamilton

    1919-1920

  310. Mary Hamilton

  311. Oscar Guest

    1921-1922

  312. Thomas Guinness

    1932

  313. Joan Hall

    1972-1974

    to J.A. Stodart, as Minister of State at Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food

  314. John Hall

    1956-1959

  315. Robert Grosvenor

    1957-1959

  316. Robert Grimston

    1933-1936

    to Douglas Hacking, in three ministerial positions

  317. William Hall

    1929-1930

  318. David Heathcoat-Amory

    1985-1988

  319. George Harvie-Watt

    1937-1938;1941-1945

  320. Charles Haseldine

    1968-1970

  321. Roy Hattersley

    1964-1967

  322. Arthur Hayday

    1924

  323. Frank Hayman

    1959-1963

  324. Robert Hayward

    1986-1989

  325. Frank Heilgers

    1937-1940

  326. Frank Heilgers

    1935-1936

  327. George Hennessy

    1920-1922

  328. Frederick Harris

    1904

  329. Henry Havelock-Allan

    1910-1914

  330. Arthur Heneage

    1931-1933;1936-1938

  331. Aubrey Herbert

  332. Gerald Harrison

    1926-1929

  333. John Hayes

    1924

  334. Thomas Harvey

    1912-1914

  335. Vivian Henderson

    1919-1920

  336. William Henderson

    1929-1931

    to William Wedgwood Benn, as Secretary of State for India

  337. William Henderson

    1923-1924

  338. Alastair Harrison

    1955-1960

  339. Arthur Henderson

    1929-1931

  340. Harwood Harrison

    1953-1954

    Harold Macmillan

  341. Somerville Hastings

    1923-1924,1929

  342. David Harris

    1987-1990

  343. Burghley

    1932

    to Viscount Hailsham

  344. Eric Bullus

    1960-1964

    to Peter Thorneycroft, Secretary of State for Defence

  345. Eric Bullus

    1954-1956

    to T. Low, Minister of State, Board of Trade

  346. Douglas Hogg

    1982-1983

  347. Alan Howarth

    1985-1987

  348. Gerald Howarth

    1987-1992

    to Margaret Thatcher, as Prime Minister

  349. Michael Jack

    1988-1990

  350. Charles Hobhouse

    1892-1895

  351. William Hilton

    1968-1969

  352. Kenneth Hind

    1986-1992

  353. John Hobson

    1959-1962

  354. Charles Howard-Bury

    1922-1924

  355. James Hoy

    1947-1950

    to Arthur Woodburn, Secretary of State for Scotland

  356. Peter Hubbard-Miles

    1985-1987

  357. Leslie Huckfield

    1969-1970

  358. Michael Hughes-Young

    1956-1958

  359. Norman Hulbert

    1944-1945

  360. Henry Hunloke

    1939

  361. Huntingfield

    1927-1928

  362. Henry Hynd

    1945-1950

  363. Tom Iremonger

    1954-1957

    to Sir Fitzroy Maclean, as Under-Secretary of State for War

  364. Michael Irvine

    1990-1992

  365. Bryant Irvine

    1957-1960

  366. John Jagger

    1940-

  367. Percy Illingworth

  368. Archibald James

    1936-1938

  369. Donald Howard

    1923-1926

  370. Joseph Hunter

    1931-1932

  371. Brian Walden

    1964-1966

    to John Diamond, as Chief Secretary to the Treasury

  372. David Walder

    1962-1964

    to Under-Secretary of State for Scotland

  373. David Walder

    1970-1972

    to Michael Noble, as Minister for Trade

  374. Evelyn Walkden

    1945

    to Sir William Jowitt, as Minister of National Insurance

  375. Evelyn Walkden

    1945-1946

    to Sir Ben Smith, as Minister of Food

  376. Patrick Gordon Walker

    1946-1947

    to Herbert Morrison, as Lord President of the Council

  377. Peter Walker

    1963-1964

    to Selwyn Lloyd, as Leader of the Commons

  378. Terence Walker

    1978-1979

    to John Smith, as Secretary of State for Trade

  379. Patrick Wall

    1955-1959

    to Derick Heathcote-Amory, as Minister of Agriculture and Chancellor of the Exchequer

  380. Euan Wallace

    1922-1923

    to L.S. Amery, as First Lord of the Admiralty

  381. Euan Wallace

    1924-1928

    to L.S. Amery, as Secretary of State for the Colonies

  382. Sandon

    1922-1923

    to Sir Samuel Hoare

  383. Guy Barnett

    1974-1975

    to John Silkin, as Minister for Planning and Local Government

  384. Gary Waller

    1982-1983

    to David Howell, as Secretary of State for Transport

  385. Donald Anderson

    1969-1970

    to Roy Hattersley, as Minister of Defence Administration

  386. Donald Anderson

    1974-1979

    to Sam Silkin, as Attorney-General

  387. Apsley

    1925-1928

    to Lieutenant-Colonel Moore-Brabazon, as Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Transport

  388. Apsley

    1936-1939

    to Sir Thomas Inskip, as Minister for Co-ordination of Defence

  389. Allen Bathurst

    to Lord Londonderry, as Postmaster-General

  390. David Madel

    1973-1974

  391. John Major

    1981-1983

  392. Humfrey Malins

    1987-1992

  393. John Maples

    1987-1990

  394. Michael Martin

    1981-1983

    Denis Healey

  395. Brian Mawhinney

    1982-1984

    to Treasury Minister

  396. James White

    1910-1912

    to Lord Pentland, as Secretary for Scotland

  397. John Macdona

    1895-

  398. Charles Lyle

  399. Alex Lyon

    1968-1970

    to Roy Jenkins and Harold Lever

  400. William Mabane

    1931-1932

  401. Christopher Mayhew

    1945-1946

  402. Valentine McEntee

    1942-1945

  403. John McEwen

    1932-1938

  404. Charles McLean

    1919-

  405. Henry McLaren

    1908-1910

  406. Somerset Maxwell

    1937-1939

  407. Edward Lyons

    1969-1970

  408. Gordon Matthews

    1960-1964

  409. Henry McGhee

    1950-1951

  410. Kenneth Marks

    1969

  411. Peter Macdonald

    1928-1930

  412. Michael McGuire

    1974

    Sport

  413. David Martin

    to Douglas Hurd, as Foreign Secretary

  414. John Marshall

    1989-

  415. Robert Mathew

    1957-1959

  416. Maurice Miller

    1974-1976

    to Edward Short, as Leader of the Commons

  417. Maurice Miller

    1967-1968

    to George Thomas, as Minister of State for Commonwealth Affairs

  418. Hugh Munro-Lucas-Tooth

    1926-1927

  419. Gilbert McMicking

    1908-1910

  420. Patrick McNair-Wilson

    1970-1974

    to John Peyton, as Minister of Transport

  421. Kevin McNamara

    1967-1970

  422. Hector McNeill

    1942-1945

  423. Frank Medlicott

    1943

  424. Frederick Messer

    1944-1945

  425. Anthony Meyer

    1970-1972

    to Maurice Macmillan, as Chief Secretary to the Treasury

  426. Anthony Meyer

    1972-1974

    to Maurice Macmillan, as Secretary of State for Employment

  427. David Martin

    to Alan Clark, as Defence Minister

  428. Benjamin Whitaker

    1966-1967

    to Anthony Greenwood

  429. George Middleton

    1924

  430. Hilary Miller

    1979-1981

    Def

  431. Hilary Miller

    1981-

    Ch of D of L

  432. Iain Mills

    1981

    Industry

  433. John Mills

    1923-1924

  434. Stratton Mills

    1961-1964

  435. Edward Milne

    1964-1965

    to Sir Frank Soskice, as Home Secretary

  436. James Milner

    1929-1931

  437. Andrew Mitchell

    1988-1992

  438. David Mitchell

    1970

    DHSS

  439. Harold Mitchell

    1931-1935

  440. Harold Mitchell

    1939

  441. William Molloy

    1969-1970

  442. Walter Monslow

    1949-1951

  443. Edwin Montagu

    1906-1910

  444. George Montagu

    1900-1903

  445. Eric Moonman

    1967-1968

  446. Algernon Moreing

    1920

  447. Charles Morris

    1964-1966

  448. Charles Morris

    1970-1974

  449. Michael Morris

    1979-1981

  450. Robert Morrison

    1929-1931

  451. William Morrison

    1931-1935

  452. Peter Viggers

    1979-1983

    to Sir Michael Havers, as Attorney-General, and to Sir Ian Percival, as Solicitor-General

  453. Peter Viggers

    1983-1986

    to Chief Secretary to the Treasury

  454. Tam Dalyell

    1967-1970

    to Richard Crossman

  455. Albert Murray

    1965-1969

  456. Peter Thurnham

    1991-

    to Eric Forth and Robert Jackson, at Department of Employment

  457. Peter Thurnham

    1987-1990

    to Norman Fowler, as Employment Secretary

  458. Ernest Thurtle

    1924

    to F.O. Roberts, as Minister of Pensions; January-November 1924

  459. Ernest Thurtle

    1929

    to George Lansbury, as First Commissioner of Works

  460. Sydney Tierney

    1976

    to Edward Bishop, as Minister of State for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food

  461. John Tilney

    1951-1955

    to A.H. Head, as Secretary of State for War

  462. John Tilney

    1957-1959

    to Ernest Marples, as Postmaster-General

  463. John Tilney

    1959-1962

    to Ernest Marples, as Minister of Transport

  464. John Tinker

    1924

    to S. Walsh; January-October 1924

  465. John Tinker

    1929-1931

    to A.V. Alexander, as First Lord of the Admiralty

  466. James Tinn

    1965-1966

    to Arthur Bottomley, as Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations

  467. James Tinn

    1966-1967

    to Arthur Bottomley, as Minister for Overseas Development

  468. John Tinné

    1927-1928

    to Sir Burton Chadwick

  469. John Tinné

    1928-1929

    to H.G. Williams, as Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade

  470. Roderick MacFarquhar

    1974-1976

    to David Ennals, as Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office

  471. Roderick MacFarquhar

    1976-1978

    to David Ennals, as Secretary of State for Social Services

  472. John Tomlinson

    1975-1976

    to Harold Wilson, as Prime Minister

  473. Tom Bradley

    1965-1967

    to Roy Jenkins, as Home Secretary

  474. Tom Bradley

    1967-1970

    to Roy Jenkins, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  475. Frederic Bennett

    1953-1955

    to Sir Hugh Lucas-Tooth, as Under-Secretary at the Home Office

  476. Frederic Bennett

    1955-1961

    to Reginald Maudling, in various posts

  477. Ernest Bennett

    1909

    to Lord Strachie, as President of the Board of Agriculture

  478. Arthur Morrison-Bell

    1919-1921

  479. Arthur Morrison-Bell

    1924-1927

  480. David Mort

    1940-1945

  481. Malcolm Moss

    1991-

  482. Charles Mott-Radclyffe

    1944-1945

  483. William Mount

  484. Robert Mowbray

    1887-1892

  485. Arthur Moyle

    1946-1955

    to Clement Atlee

  486. Roland Moyle

    1966-1970

  487. Anthony Muirhead

    1931-1935

  488. Fred Mulley

    1951

  489. Patrick Munro

    1935

  490. Ronald Munro-Ferguson

    1886

  491. Ronald Munro-Ferguson

    1892-1894

  492. Charles Murchison

    1920-1929

  493. John Murray

  494. Robert Murray

  495. Oscar Murton

    1970-1971

  496. Will Nally

    1949-1951

  497. Gerrard Neale

    1986-1989

  498. Airey Neave

    1954-1956

  499. Anthony Nelson

    1983-

  500. Michael Neubert

    1982-1983

    Ld Cockfield

  501. Basil Neven-Spence

    1938-1940

  502. Frank Newnes

  503. Harmar Nicholls

    1951-1955

  504. Patrick Nicholls

    1984-1987

  505. David Nicholson

    1990-

  506. Godfrey Nicholson

    1942

  507. Allan Noble

    1947-1951

  508. Francis Noel-Baker

    1949-1950

  509. Philip Noel-Baker

    1929-1931

    to Arthur Henderson, as Foreign Secretary

  510. Steven Norris

    1990-1992

  511. Joseph Westwood

    1929

    to William Adamson, as Secretary of State for Scotland

  512. Anthony Berry

    1970-1974

    to Peter Walker, as Minister of Housing and Local Government, then Secretary of State for the Environment, then Secretary of State for Trade and Industry

  513. Bernard Braine

    1952-1953

    to A.T. Lennox-Boyd, as Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation

  514. Fielding West

    1929-1931

    to H.B. Lees Smith, as Postmaster General and Minister of Education

  515. Daniel West

    1950-1951

    to J. Chuter Ede, as Home Secretary

  516. James Welsh

    1931

    to W. Adamson, as Secretary of State for Scotland.

  517. Bowen Wells

    1992-1994

    to Minister of Transport

  518. Percy Wells

    1945-1951

    to Ernest Bevin, as Foreign Secretary and Lord Privy Seal

  519. James Wellbeloved

    1967-1969

    to Gerald Reynolds, as Minister for Defence Administration

  520. James Wellbeloved

    1969-1970

    to Michael Stewart, as Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary

  521. Terence Boston

    1966-1969

    to Richard Marsh, as Minister of Power and Minister of Transport

  522. Joseph Green

    1920-1921

    to Sir Eric Geddes, as Minister of Transport.

  523. Michael Brown

    1989-1992

    to Douglas Hogg, as Industry Minister and at Foreign and Commonwealth Office

  524. Victor Cazalet

    1931

    to J.H. Thomas, as Secretary of State for the Dominions

  525. Albert Ward

    1922-1923

    to W.C. Bridgeman, as Home Secretary

  526. Albert Ward

    1924-1926

    to W.C. Bridgeman, as First Lord of the Admiralty

  527. Albert Ward

    1928-1929

    to Sir Laming Worthington-Evans, as Secretary of State for War

  528. John Ward

    1984-1986

    to John Moore, as Financial Secretary to the Treasury

  529. John Ward

    1987-1989

    to John Moore, as Secretary of State for Social Services and Social Security

  530. Michael Ward

    1975-1976

    to Reginald Prentice, as Secretary of State for Education and Science and later Minister of Overseas Development

  531. Michael Ward

    1977

    to Frank Judd, as Minister of State at Foreign and Commonwealth Office

  532. Tim Rathbone

    1979-1982

    to Dr Gerard Vaughan, as Minister for Health

  533. Tim Rathbone

    1982-1983

    to Minister for Consumer Affairs

  534. Tim Rathbone

    1985

    to Minister for Arts

  535. William Ward

    to Lewis Harcourt, as First Commissioner of Works

  536. Charles Wardle

    1990-1992

    to Ian Lang, as Secretary of State for Scotland

  537. Charles Wardle

    1984-1987

    to Norman Fowler, as Secretary of State for Social Services

  538. Walter Waring

    1909-1910

    to Sir E. Strachey, as Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Agriculture

  539. Walter Waring

    1919-1922

    to Winston Churchill

  540. Kenneth Warren

    1979-1981

    to Secretary of State for Trade and Industry

  541. Kenneth Warren

    1981-1983

    to Secretary of State for Education and Science

  542. Victor Warrender

    1924-1928

    to Earl Winterton

  543. Charles Waterhouse

    1928-1929

    to Sir Philip Cunliffe Lister, as President of the Board of Trade

  544. Harry Verney

    1911-1914

    to A. Birrell, as Chief Secretary for Ireland

  545. John Arbuthnot

    1953-1956

    to O. Peake, as Minister of Pensions and National Insurance

  546. John Arbuthnot

    1956-1957

    to R.H. Turton, as Minister of Health

  547. Lauchlan Weir

    1924

    to Ramsay MacDonald, as Prime Minister

  548. Lauchlan Weir

    1929-1931

    to Ramsay MacDonald, as Prime Minister

  549. Kenneth Weetch

    1976-1978

    to William Rodgers, as Secretary of State for Transport

  550. David Webster

    1958-1960

    to Parliamentary Secretaries at Ministry of Pensions and National Insurance

  551. John Watts

    1984-1985

    to Ian Gow, as Housing and Construction Minister, and Treasury Minister

  552. Dave Watts

    to John Spellar, as Minister of State for the Armed Forces and Transport Minister

  553. John Watson

    1982-

    to Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

  554. John Watson

    1919

    to Edward Shortt, as Home Secretary

  555. John Watkinson

    1975-1976

    to A.W. Lyon, as Minister of State at the Home Office

  556. Harold Watkinson

    1951-1952

    to J.S. Maclay, as Minister of Transport

  557. Tudor Watkins

    1964-1966

    to James Griffiths, as Secretary of State for Wales

  558. Tudor Watkins

    1966-1967

    to Cledwyn Hughes, as Secretary of State for Wales

  559. Frederick Watkins

    1942-1945

    to Herbert Morrison, as Secretary of State at the Home Office

  560. David Waddington

    1970-1974

    to Sir Peter Rawlinson, as Attorney-General

  561. Hugh Fraser

    1951-1954

    to Oliver Lyttelton, as Colonial Secretary

  562. Barbara Castle

    1945

    to Stafford Cripps

  563. Barbara Castle

    1947

    to Harold Wilson, as President of Board of Trade

  564. Wavell Wakefield

    1936-1938

    to Marquess of Hartington, as Parliamentary Under-Secretary for the Dominions

  565. Wavell Wakefield

    1939-1940

    to R.S. Hudson, as Secretary of Overseas Trade Department

  566. Wavell Wakefield

    1940-1942

    to Captain H.H. Balfour, as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Air

  567. Edgar Granville

    1931-1936

    to Sir John Simon, as Foreign Secretary and Home Secretary

  568. Godfrey Collins

    1915-1916

    to John Gulland, as Chief Liberal Whip

  569. David Knox

    1973-1974

    to Ian Gilmour, as Minister of State for Defence and Secretary of State for Defence

  570. Nevil Beechman

    1940-1941

    to G.H. Shakespeare, as Parliamentary Secretary at Department of Overseas Trade and Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Dominions.

  571. Nevil Beechman

    1941-1942

    to Ernest Brown, as Minister of Health

  572. Clive Bossom

    1960-1962

    to Parliamentary Secretaries at the Ministry of Pensions

  573. Clive Bossom

    1970-1972

    to Reginald Maudling, as Home Secretary

  574. David Hunt

    1979-1981

  575. George Isaacs

    1924;1929-1931;1942-1945

  576. Herbert Hughes

    1945-1950

  577. Horace Holmes

    1947-1951

  578. James Hudson

    1924

  579. James Hudson

    1929-1931

  580. James Hudson

    1950-1951

  581. Philip Holland

    1962-1964;1970-

  582. Richard Hornby

    1959-1963

  583. Thomas Hubbard

    1945-1947

  584. Arthur Hope

    1924-1926

  585. James Hope

    1900-1905

  586. Alan Hopkins

    1960-1962

  587. Robert Howarth

    1965

  588. Maureen Hicks

    1990-1992

  589. Robert Hughes

    1990-1992

  590. Arthur Young

    1936-1939

    to H.J. Scrymgeour-Wedderburn, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Scotland

  591. Arthur Young

    1939-1940

    to D.J. Colville, Secretary of State for Scotland

  592. Arthur Young

    1940-1941

    to Ernest Brown, Secretary of State for Scotland

  593. David Young

    1977-1979

    to Fred Mulley, Secretary of State for Defence

  594. Edward Young

    1919

    to H.A.L. Fisher

  595. Tim Yeo

    1988-1990

    to Douglas Hurd, as Home Secretary and Foreign Secretary

  596. Maurice Miller

    1974-1976

    to Edward Short, as Leader of the Commons

  597. Maurice Miller

    1967-1968

    to George Thomas, as Minister of State for Commonwealth Affairs

  598. Maurice Miller

    1970

    to Judith Hart, as Minister of Overseas Development

  599. Kenneth Younger

    1945-1947

    to Philip Noel-Baker, as Minister of State and Secretary of State for Air

  600. George Wallace

    1966-1967

    to H.W. Bowden, as Secretary of State for Commonwealth Affairs

  601. George Wallace

    1967-1968

    to Niall MacDermot, as Minister of State for Housing and Local Government

  602. Timothy Raison

    1972-1973

    to William Whitelaw, as Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

  603. John Davidson

    1921-1922

    to Stanley Baldwin, as President of the Board of Trade

  604. John Davidson

    1922-1923

    to Andrew Bonar Law

  605. Charles Waterhouse

    1931-1934

    to Sir Henry Betterton, as Minister of Labour

  606. Nigel Waterson

    to Gerald Malone, as Minister for Health

  607. Alfred Barnes

    1924

    to William Graham, as Financial Secretary to the Treasury

  608. James Duncan

    1932-1937

    to E.L. Burgin, as Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade

  609. James Duncan

    1937-1939

    to E.L. Burgin, as Minister of Transport

  610. James Duncan

    1939-1940

    to E.L. Burgin, as Minister of Supply

  611. William Fletcher-Vane

    1951-1954

    to Sir Thomas Dugdale, as Minister of Agriculture

  612. William Fletcher-Vane

    1954-1955

    to R.H. Turton, as Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

  613. William Fletcher-Vane

    1955-1956

    to R.H. Turton, as Minister of Health

  614. Eric Varley

    1968-1969

    to Harold Wilson, as Prime Minister

  615. Gerard Vaughan

    1974

    to William Whitelaw, as Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

  616. Keith Vaz

    1997-1999

    to Attorney-General and Solicitor-General

  617. Frank White

    1975-1976

    to Gregor Mackenzie, as Minister of State for Industry

  618. Michael Shaw

    1962-1963

    to John Hare, as Minister of Labour

  619. Michael Shaw

    1970-1974

    to John Davies, as Minister of Technology, Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

  620. Reginald Fletcher

    1940-1941

    to A.V. Alexander, as First Lord of the Admiralty

  621. Aubrey Jones

    1952-1953

    to Sir Arthur Salter, as Minister for Economic Affairs and Minister of Materials

  622. Henry King

    1919-1921

  623. William Worsley

    1960-1961

    to Enoch Powell, as Minister of Health

  624. William Worsley

    1962-1964

    to William Deedes, as Minister without Portfolio

  625. William Worsley

    1970-1972

    to William Whitelaw, as Lord President of the Council

  626. John Rathbone

    1937-1939

    to J. Llewellin, as Civil Lord of the Admiralty

  627. Tony Wright

    1997-1998

    to Lord Irvine, as Lord Chancellor

  628. Ian Wrigglesworth

    1974

    to Alex Lyon, as Home Office Minister of State

  629. Ian Wrigglesworth

    1974-1976

    to Roy Jenkins, as Home Secretary

  630. Colin Moynihan

    1985-1987

    to Kenneth Clarke, as Minister for Health and Minister for Employment

  631. Barry Jones

    1972-1974

    Denis Healey

  632. Robert Key

    1985-1990

  633. Tom King

    1970-

  634. Lees Knowles

    1887-1892

  635. Lees Knowles

    1895-1900

  636. Neil Kinnock

    1974-1975

    Michael Foot

  637. Roy Jenkins

    1949-1950

    to Philip Noel-Baker, as Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations

  638. Jocelyn Simon

    1951-1954

    to Sir Lionel Heald, as Attorney-General

  639. Frank Judd

    1970-1972

    to Harold Wilson, as Leader of the Opposition

  640. Edward Keeling

    1937-1945

  641. Hamilton Kerr

    1954-1956

  642. Hamilton Kerr

    1942-1945

  643. Anthony Kershaw

    1957-1959

    to Sir David Eccles, as President of the Board of Trade

  644. Timothy Kirkhope

    1989-1990

  645. Roger Knapman

    1991-1993

  646. Michael Knatchbull

    1932-1933

  647. Edward Knebworth

    1931-

  648. Norman Lamont

    1906-1909

  649. William Jenkins

    1923-1924

  650. Lambton

    1955-1957

    to Selwyn Lloyd, as Foreign Secretary

  651. Arthur Jenkins

    1941-1945

    to Clement Attlee, as Lord Privy Seal, Secretary for the Dominions, and Lord President of the Council.

  652. Arthur Jones

    1940-1945

  653. Daniel Jones

    1964-1967

    to Douglas Jay, as President of the Board of Trade

  654. David Jones

    1947-

  655. Timothy Kitson

    1970-1974

  656. Alec Jones

    1968-1970

  657. William John

    1929-1931

  658. Robert Jones

    1986-1987

    to Michael Spicer, as Aviation Minister, and Peter Bottomley, as Roads and Traffic Minister

  659. Roger King

    1987-1992

  660. Greg Knight

    1987-1989

  661. Geoffrey Johnson Smith

    1960-1963

  662. Thelma Cazalet

    1937-1940

    to Kenneth Lindsay, as Parliamentary Secretary to Board of Education

  663. Worthington Evans

    1915-1916

    to H.W. Forster, as Financial Secretary to the War Office

  664. John Worthington

    1931-1935

    to Ramsay MacDonald, as Prime Minister

  665. Tim Sainsbury

    1979-1983

    to Secretary of State for the Environment

  666. Tim Sainsbury

    1983

    to Secretary of State for Defence

  667. William Woolley

    1943-1945

    to Ernest Brown, as Minister of Health and Minister of Aircraft Production

  668. John Woollam

    1960-1962

    to John Hare, as Minister of Labour

  669. William Woolcock

    1919-1920

    to Minister of Supply

  670. William Woolcock

    1921

    to Postmaster General

  671. Phil Woolas

    1999-2001

    to Lord MacDonald, as Minister of Transport

  672. Peter Butler

    to Kenneth Clarke, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  673. Arthur Woodburn

    1941-1945

    to Thomas Johnston, as Secretary of State for Scotland

  674. Alec Woodall

    1976-1978

    to Edmund Dell, as Secretary of State for Trade

  675. Timothy Wood

    1989-1990

    to Peter Brooke, as Northern Ireland Secretary

  676. Timothy Wood

    1988-1989

    to Sir Ian Stewart, as Northern Ireland Minister

  677. Timothy Wood

    1986-1988

    to Sir John Stanley, as Minister for the Armed Forces and Northern Ireland Minister

  678. Richard Wood

    1951-1955

    to D. Heathcoat-Amory

  679. Kingsley Wood

    1918-1922

    to Minister of Health

  680. Turnour

    1903-1905

    to George Pretyman, as Financial Secretary to the Admiralty

  681. Peter Thomas

    1954-1959

    to Sir Harry Hylton-Foster, as Solicitor-General

  682. Walter Womersley

    1931

    to Sir Kingsley Wood, as Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Education

  683. Patrick Wolrige-Gordon

    1960-1964

    to Anthony Barber, as Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, and Minister of Health

  684. Wolmer

    1916-1918

    to Lord Robert Cecil, as Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs

  685. Mark Wolfson

    1987-1988

    to Ian Stewart, as Minister for the Armed Forces

  686. Mark Wolfson

    1984-1985

    to Minister of State for Defence Procurement

  687. Mark Wolfson

    1983-1984

    to Minister of State for Northern Ireland

  688. Michael Hirst

    1985-1987

    to Under-Secretary of State for Energy

  689. Thomas Williams

    1950-1951

    to H.A. Marquand, as Minister of Pensions and Minister of Health

  690. Thomas Williams

    1964-1967

    to Sir Elwyn Jones, as Attorney General, and Sir Dingle Foot, as Solicitor General

  691. Cyril Townsend

    1979

    to Reginald Prentice, as Minister for Social Security

  692. Edward Leigh

    1990

  693. Peter Lilley

    1984-1987

  694. Nicholas Lyell

    1979-1986

    to Att Gen

  695. Gerald Loder

    1896-1901

    to Lord George Hamilton, as Secretary of State for India

  696. Spencer Le Marchant

    1972-1974

    to Patrick Jenkin, as Chief Secretary to the Treasury and Minister for Energy

  697. John Leavey

    1959

  698. Gilmour Leburn

    1957-1959

  699. Mark Lennox-Boyd

    1988-1990

    to Margaret Thatcher, as Prime Minister

  700. Robert Grimston

    1936

    to H. Ramsbotham, as Minister of Pensions

  701. William Leonard

    1939-1945

  702. John Llewellin

    1931-1935

  703. Godfrey Locker-Lampson

    1916-1918

  704. Oliver Locker-Lampson

    1921-1922

    to Sir Austen Chamberlain, as Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord Privy Seal and Leader of the House

  705. Ken Lomas

    1969-1970

    to Tony Benn, as Minister for Technology

  706. Charles Longbottom

    1961-1963

  707. Richard Luce

    1972-1974

    Geoffrey Howe

  708. Lawrence Lumley

    1923-1926

  709. Lawrence Lumley

    1931-1937

  710. Charles Lyell

    1908-1915

    to Herbert Asquith, as Prime Minister

  711. Christopher Lowther

  712. Noel Lindsay

    1935

  713. Thomas Lewis

    1919

  714. David Lane

    1970-1972

    to Robert Carr, as Secretary of State for Employment

  715. John Lewis

    1950

  716. Peter Legh

    1952-1953

    to John Boyd-Carpenter, as Financial Secretary to the Treasury

  717. Francis Lilley

    1962-1964

  718. John Lee

    1981-1983

  719. Richard Winterbottom

    1950-1951

    to Ness Edwards, as Postmaster General

  720. Anthony Royle

    1960-1964

    to Julian Amery, as Secretary of State for Air and Minister of Aviation

  721. Richard Winfrey

    1906-1910

    to Lord Carrington, as President of the Board of Agriculture

  722. Windsor

    1922

    to W.C. Bridgeman

  723. Mark Lennox-Boyd

    1980-1984

    to Nigel Lawson, as Financial Secretary to the Treasury, Energy Secretary, and Chancellor of the Exchequer

  724. Robert Wilson

    1924

    to W. Leach, as Under Secretary for Air

  725. Guy Wilson

    1915-1918

    to Mr McKenna, as First Lord of the Admiralty

  726. David Wilshire

    1992-1994

    to Ministers of State, Home Office and Ministry of Defence

  727. John Wilmot

    1940-1944

    to Hugh Dalton, as Minister of Economic Warfare (1940-1942) and President of Board of Trade (1942-1944)

  728. Willoughby de Eresby

    1921-1924

    to Minister of Agriculture

  729. Thomas Williams

    1924

    to Noel Buxton, as Minister of Agriculture

  730. Thomas Williams

    1929-1931

    to Margaret Bondfield, as Minister of Labour

  731. Thomas Williams

    1924

    to Sidney Webb, as President of the Board of Trade

  732. Shirley Williams

    1964-1966

    to Kenneth Robinson, as Minister of Health

  733. Barry Henderson

    1984-1987

    to Economic Secretary to the Treasury

  734. Edward Williams

    1942-1945

    to George Hall, as Financial Secretary to the Admiralty and Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

  735. Robert Elliott

    1958-1959

    to Richard Nugent and Airey Neave, as Parliamentary Secretaries to Ministry of Transport

  736. Robert Elliott

    1959-1963

    to D.F. Vosper, as Under-Secretary and Minister of State, Home Office, and Secretary of State for Technical Cooperation

  737. Charles Williams

    1921-1922

    to Sir Arthur Griffith-Boscawen, as Minister of Agriculture

  738. Alan L. Williams

    1969-1970

    to Denis Healey, as Secretary of State for Defence

  739. Alan L. Williams

    1975-1979

    to Roy Mason, as Secretary of State for Defence and Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

  740. Alan J. Williams

    1966-1967

    to Edward Short, as Postmaster General

  741. Frederick Willey

    1946-1950

    to J. Chuter Ede, as Home Secretary

  742. David Willetts

    1993-1994

    to Chairman of Conservative Party

  743. Paul Channon

    1960-1964

    to R.A. Butler, as Home Secretary, First Secretary of State, and Foreign Secretary

  744. John Wilkinson

    1979-1980

    to Minister of State for Industry

  745. John Wilkinson

    1981-1982

    to Secretary of State for Defence

  746. Ellen Wilkinson

    1929-1931

    to Susan Lawrence, as Parliamentary Secretary at Ministry of Health

  747. Thomas Wiles

    to McKinnon Wood, as Financial Secretary to the Treasury

  748. Jerry Wiggin

    1970-1972

    to Lord Balniel, as Minister of State for Defence

  749. Jerry Wiggin

    1972-1974

    to Lord Balniel, as Minister of State at Foreign and Commonwealth Office

  750. George Wigg

    1945-1951

    to Emmanuel Shinwell, as Minster of Fuel and Power, Secretary of State for War, and Minister of Defence.

  751. Edward Wickham

    1939

    to Florence Horsburgh, as Parliamentary Secretary to Ministry of Health

  752. Edward Wickham

    1939-1940

    to Leslie Hore-Belisha, as Secretary of State for War

  753. Edward Wickham

    1940

    to Sir Victor Warrender, as Financial Secretary to War Office and Financial Secretary to Admiralty

  754. Edward Wickham

    1941-1942

    to David Margesson, as Secretary of State for War

  755. Alexander Whyte

    1910-1915

    to Winston Churchill

  756. John Whittingdale

    1999-

    to William Hague, as Leader of the Opposition

  757. John Whittingdale

    1994-1996

    to Ministers of State for Education and Employment

  758. Ray Whitney

    1979-1983

    to Nigel Lawson, as Financial Secretary to the Treasury, and Peter Rees, as Minister of State at the Treasury

  759. Charles Whitmore

    1886-1892

    to Henry Matthews, as Home Secretary

  760. William Whitelaw

    1956-1957

    to Peter Thorneycroft, as President of the Board of Trade

  761. William Whitelaw

    1957-1958

    to Peter Thorneycroft, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  762. Edmund Dell

    1965-1966

    to Jack Diamond

  763. John Whitehouse

    1913-1915

    to David Lloyd George

  764. Rowland Whitehead

    1906-1909

    to H.L. Samuel, as Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department

  765. Rowland Whitehead

    1909-1910

    to Attorney-General

  766. Alan Whitehead

    -2001

    to Baroness Blackstone, as Minister for Education and Employment

  767. Michael Stern

    1990-1991

    to John Redwood, as Minister for Corporate Affairs

  768. Michael Stern

    1986-1989

    to Peter Brooke, as Treasury Minister and Chairman of Conservative Party

  769. Andrew MacKay

    1986-1992

  770. David MacLean

    1986-1987

    to Min of Agric-Jopling

  771. Robert Maclennan

    1967-1970

  772. John Townend

    1981-

    to Hugh Rossi

  773. Richard Tracey

    1984-1985

  774. David Tredinnick

    1991-1994

    to Sir Wyn Roberts, as Minister of State at the Welsh Office

  775. Arthur Tree

    1936

    to R.S. Hudson, as Minister of Pensions

  776. Arthur Tree

    1936-1937

    to R.S. Hudson, as Parliamentary Secretary at Ministry of Health

  777. Arthur Tree

    1937-1938

    to R.S. Hudson, as Secretary of Overseas Trade Department

  778. Arthur Tree

    1940

    January-May 1940; to Sir John Reith

  779. Arthur Tree

    1940-1941

    to Alfred Duff Cooper, as Minister of Information

  780. Arthur Tree

    1941-1943

    to Brendan Bracken, as Minister of Information

  781. Michael Trend

    1994-1995

    to Brian Mawhinney, as Secretary of State for Transport

  782. Michael Trend

    1993-1994

    to Brian Mawhinney, as Health Minister

  783. Winston Churchill

    1972-1973

    to Julian Amery, as Minister of State at Foreign and Commonwealth Office

  784. Christopher Tugendhat

    1973-1974

    to William Whitelaw, as Secretary of State for Employment

  785. Brian Mawhinney

    1984-1985

    to Secretary of State for Employment

  786. Brian Mawhinney

    1985-1986

    to Northern Ireland Minister

  787. Derek Twigg

    1998-2001

    to Helen Liddell

  788. Derek Twigg

    2001-2002

    to Stephen Byers, as Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions

  789. Stephen Twigg

    2001-2002

    to Robin Cook, as Leader of the House

  790. Ian Twinn

    1992-1994

    to Sir John Cope, as Paymaster General

  791. Ian Twinn

    1990-1992

    to David Trippier, as Minister of State at Department of the Environment

  792. Ian Twinn

    1985-1990

    to Sir Peter Morrison

  793. Owen Paterson

    2001-

    to Iain Duncan Smith, as Leader of the Opposition

  794. Dick Taverne

    1964-1966

    to Denis Healey, as Minister of Defence

  795. Dari Taylor

    2001-

    to Lewis Moonie, as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at Ministry of Defence

  796. Harry Taylor

    1942

    to Ben Smith, as Parliamentary Secretary to Ministry of Aircraft Production

  797. Harry Taylor

    1945-1950

    to James Griffiths, as Minister of National Insurance

  798. Ian Taylor

    1992-1994

    to William Waldegrave, as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

  799. Ian Taylor

    1988-1990

    to William Waldegrave, as Foreign Office Minister

  800. Ian Taylor

    1990-1992

    to William Waldegrave, as Department of Health Minister

  801. John Taylor

    1987-1988

    to Kenneth Clarke, as Trade and Industry Minister

  802. Stephen Taylor

    1947-1950

    to Herbert Morrison, as Lord President of the Council

  803. Ann Taylor

    1975-1976

    to Fred Mulley, as Secretary of State for Education and Science

  804. Ann Taylor

    1976-1977

    to Fred Mulley, as Secretary of State for Defence

  805. Norman Tebbit

    1972-1973

    to Robin Chichester-Clark, as Minister of State at Department of Employment

  806. Peter Temple-Morris

    1979-

    to Norman Fowler, as Minister of Transport

  807. Gareth Thomas

    2001-

    to Paul Murphy, as Secretary of State for Wales

  808. Gareth Thomas

    2001-

    to Charles Clarke, as Minister Without Portfolio

  809. Herbert Bowden

    1947-1949

    to Wilfred Paling, as Postmaster-General

  810. Robert Carr

    1955

    to Anthony Eden, as Prime Minister

  811. Harold Elletson

    1996-1997

    to Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

  812. Harold Elletson

    1995-1996

    to Northern Ireland Minister

  813. George Brown

    1945-1947

    to George Isaacs, as Minister of Labour

  814. George Brown

    1947

    April-October 1947; to Hugh Dalton, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  815. Richard Ottaway

    1992-1995

    to Michael Heseltine, as Deputy Prime Minister and President of the Board of Trade

  816. Richard Ottaway

    1985-1987

    to Ministers of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office

  817. Thomas Oswald

    1968-1970

    to William Ross, as Secretary of State for Scotland

  818. Jack Ashley

    1974-1976

    to Barbara Castle, as Secretary of State for Social Services

  819. Michael McNair-Wilson

    1979-1983

    to Peter Walker, as Minister of Agriculture

  820. Michael McNair-Wilson

    1983-

    to Minister of Agriculture

  821. Sandra Osborne

    2002-

    to Helen Liddell, as Secretary of State for Scotland

  822. Sandra Osborne

    1999-2001

    to Brian Wilson, as Minister of State at the Scottish Office

  823. Sandra Osborne

    2001-2002

    to George Foulkes, as Minister of State at the Scottish Office

  824. Gerald Loder

    1888-1892

    to C.H. Ritchie, as President of the Local Government Board

  825. John Osborn

    1963-1964

    to Duncan Sandys, as Commonwealth and Colonial Secretary

  826. Hugh Dykes

    1972-1974

    to Geoffrey Johnson Smith, as Parliamentary Secretary at the Civil Service Department

  827. Ian Orr-Ewing

    1935-1937

    to W.S. Morrison, as Financial Secretary to the Treasury

  828. Ian Orr-Ewing

    1937-1939

    to W.S. Morrison, as Minister of Agriculture

  829. Ian Orr-Ewing

    1939

    to W.S. Morrison, as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

  830. Ian Orr-Ewing

    1939-1940

    to W.S. Morrison, as Minister of Food

  831. Ian Orr-Ewing

    1940-1942

    to W.S. Morrison, as Postmaster-General

  832. Ian Orr-Ewing

    1942-1943

    to William Mabane, as Parliamentary Secretary at the Ministry of Food

  833. Ian Orr-Ewing

    1951-1955

    to Walter Monckton, as Minister of Labour and National Service

  834. William Ormsby-Gore

    1951-1954

    to Selwyn Lloyd, as Minister of State at the Foreign Office

  835. Philip Oppenheim

    1988-1994

    to Kenneth Clarke, in several posts

  836. Anthony Kershaw

    1959-1961

    to John Boyd-Carpenter, as Minister of Pensions

  837. Anthony Kershaw

    1963-1964

    to Edward Heath, as President of the Board of Trade

  838. Anthony Kershaw

    1967-1970

    to Edward Heath, as Leader of the Opposition

  839. William Oldfield

    1945-1947

    to Ellen Wilkinson, as Minister of Education

  840. William Oldfield

    1947-1951

    to George Tomlinson, as Minister of Education

  841. John Oldfield

    1929-1930

    to Lord Thomson, as Secretary of State for Air

  842. John Oldfield

    1930-1931

    to Lord Amulree, as Secretary of State for Air

  843. Arthur Beck

    1914

    to Mr Illingworth, as Chief Liberal Whip

  844. Leslie Thomas

    1961-1962

    to Charles Hill, as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister of Housing and Local Government

  845. Mike Thomas

    1975-1976

    to Roy Hattersley

  846. George Thomas

    1951

    July-November 1951; to Lord Ogmore, as Minister of Civil Aviation

  847. James Callaghan

    1945-1946

    to John Parker, as Under-Secretary of State for the Dominions

  848. Patrick Thompson

    1988-1989

    to Minister for Social Security and Minister for the Disabled

  849. Patrick Thompson

    1987-1988

    to Minister of State for Transport and Under-Secretary for Transport

  850. Frederick Thomson

    1919-1922

    to Sir Robert Horne

  851. Douglas Thomson

    1939

    June-October 1939; to William Mabane, as Assistant Postmaster-General

  852. Douglas Thomson

    1939-1940

    to Sir John Gilmour

  853. Douglas Thomson

    1940

    April-May 1940; to R.S. Hudson, as Minister of Shipping

  854. Douglas Thomson

    1940-1941

    to Ronald Cross, as Minister of Shipping

  855. Douglas Thomson

    1941-1942

    to J.J. Llewellin, as Parliamentary Secretary at the Ministry of War Transport

  856. Harry Thorneycroft

    1945-1947

    to Lord Pethick-Lawrence, as Secretary of State for India and Burma

  857. Harry Thorneycroft

    1947-1951

    to Arthur Henderson, as Secretary of State for Air

  858. David Owen

    1967-1968

    to Gerald Reynolds, as Minister of Defence Administration

  859. Fergus Montgomery

    1973-1974

    to Margaret Thatcher, as Secretary of State for Education and Science

  860. Fergus Montgomery

    1975-1976

    to Margaret Thatcher, as Leader of the Opposition

  861. Eric Ogden

    1968-1970

    Board of Trade

  862. Jeffrey Thomas

    1977-1979

    to John Morris, as Secretary of State for Wales

  863. James Thomas

    1932-1935

    to James Thomas, as Secretary of State for the Dominions

  864. James Thomas

    1935-1936

    to James Thomas, as Secretary of State for the Colonies

  865. James Thomas

    1937-1938

    to Anthony Eden, as Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

  866. James Thomas

    1939-1940

    to Anthony Eden, as Secretary of State for the Dominions

  867. William Shelton

    1972-1974

    to Sir John Eden, as Minister of Posts and Telecommunications

  868. William Shelton

    1975

    to Margaret Thatcher, as Leader of the Opposition

  869. Hendrie Oakshott

    1951

    to Duncan Sandys, as Minister of Supply

  870. Hendrie Oakshott

    1959-1960

    to Selwyn Lloyd, as Foreign Secretary

  871. Hendrie Oakshott

    1960-1962

    to Selwyn Lloyd, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  872. Gordon Oakes

    1966-1967

    to Roy Jenkins, as Home Secretary

  873. Gordon Oakes

    1967-1968

    to Roy Jenkins, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  874. Gordon Oakes

    1968-1970

    to Edward Short, as Secretary of State for Education and Science

  875. William Van Straubenzee

    1960-1962

    to Sir David Eccles, as Minister of Education

  876. Joan Quennell

    1962-1964

    to Ernest Marples, as Minister of Transport

  877. Lawrie Quinn

    2002-

    to Douglas Alexander, as Minister of State at the Cabinet Office

  878. Lawrie Quinn

    2001-2002

    Department of Trade and Industry

  879. Giles Radice

    1978-1979

    to Shirley Williams, as Secretary of State for Education and Science

  880. George Ramsden

    1919-

    to Sir Auckland Geddes

  881. James Ramsden

    1959-1960

    to R.A. Butler, as Home Secretary

  882. John Rathbone

    1939

    July-September 1939; to J. Llewellin, as Parliamentary Secretary to Ministry of Supply

  883. Ralph Rayner

    1938

    to Sir Walter Womersley, as Assistant Postmaster-General

  884. Ralph Rayner

    1939

    to Minister of Pensions

  885. Andy Reed

    2001-2003

    to Margaret Beckett, as Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

  886. Andy Reed

    -2001

    Department of Culture, Media and Sport

  887. Neil Turner

    2001-

    to Ian McCartney, as Minister of State at Department for Work and Pensions

  888. Laurance Reed

    1973-1974

    to John Davies, as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

  889. Dorothy Rees

    1950-1951

    to Edith Summerskill, as Minister of National Insurance

  890. Griffith Rees

    1915

    to Sir John Simon, as Home Secretary

  891. John Rees

    1961-1962

    to Sir Keith Joseph

  892. Merlyn Rees

    1964-1965

    to James Callaghan, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  893. Peter Rees

    1972

    to Sir Geoffrey Howe, as Solicitor-General

  894. Peter Rees

    1972-1973

    to Sir Michael Havers, as Solicitor-General

  895. William Davies

    to Sir William Harcourt, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  896. Timothy Renton

    1979-1981

    to John Biffen, as Chief Secretary to the Treasury

  897. Timothy Renton

    1983-1984

    to Geoffrey Howe, as Chancellor of the Exchequer and Foreign Secretary

  898. Gervais Rentoul

    1925-1928

    to Douglas Hogg, as Attorney-General

  899. Geoffrey Rhodes

    1965-1966

    to Richard Crossman, as Minister of Housing and Local Government

  900. Geoffrey Rhodes

    1966-1967

    to Richard Crossman, as Leader of the House of Commons

  901. Hervey Rhodes

    1948

    January-July 1948; to H.A. Marquand, as Paymaster-General

  902. Hervey Rhodes

    1948-1950

    to H.A. Marquand, as Minister of Pensions

  903. Robert Rhodes James

    1979-1982

    to Nicholas Ridley and Neil Marten, as Ministers of State at Foreign and Commonwealth Office

  904. Charles Rhys

    1927-1929

    to Stanley Baldwin

  905. Ivor Richard

    1966-1969

    to Denis Healey, as Minister of Defence

  906. Rod Richards

    1993-1994

    to Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office

  907. Graham Riddick

    1992-1994

    to John MacGregor, as Secretary of State for Transport

  908. Graham Riddick

    1990-1992

    to Francis Maude

  909. Nicholas Ridley

    1962-1964

    to Sir Edward Boyle, as Minister of Education

  910. George Ridley

    1940-1942

    to Arthur Greenwood, as Minister Without Portfolio

  911. Julian Ridsdale

    1957-1958

    to John Profumo, as Under-Secretary of State for Colonial Affairs

  912. Julian Ridsdale

    1958-1960

    to John Profumo, as Minister of State at the Foreign Office

  913. Benjamin Riley

    1929

    to Noel Buxton, as Minister of Agriculture

  914. Tom Sackville

    1985-1987

    to Barney Hayhoe, as Minister of State at the Treasury and Minister of State at the Department of Health

  915. Tom Sackville

    1987-1988

    to Nicholas Scott, as Northern Ireland Minister and Minister of State for Social Security

  916. Geoffrey Rippon

    1956-1957

    to Duncan Sandys, as Minister of Housing and Local Government

  917. Geoffrey Rippon

    1957-1959

    to Duncan Sandys, as Minister of Defence

  918. Andrew Robathan

    1994-1995

    to Iain Sproat, as Minister for National Heritage

  919. Alfred Robens

    1946

    to Alfred Barners, as Minister of Transport

  920. Gwilym Roberts

    1976-1978

    to Alan J. Williams, as Minister of State at Department of Industry

  921. Wyn Roberts

    1970-1974

    to Peter Thomas, as Secretary of State for Wales

  922. Anne Campbell

    2001-2003

    to Patricia Hewitt, as Secretary of State for Trade and Industry

  923. Bob Blizzard

    2001-2003

    to Nick Brown, as Minister of State at Department of Work and Pensions

  924. Ken Purchase

    2001-2003

    to Robin Cook, as Leader of the House of Commons

  925. Ken Purchase

    1997-2001

    to Robin Cook, as Foreign Secretary

  926. Richard Buchanan

    1967-1970

    to Ministers of State at the Treasury

  927. Peter Smithers

    1952-1955

    to Henry Hopkinson, as Minister of State for the Colonies

  928. Peter Smithers

    1956-1959

    to Alan Lennox-Boyd, as Secretary of State for the Colonies

  929. Wilfrid Roberts

    1941-1942

    to Sir Archibald Sinclair, as Secretary of State for Air

  930. Geoffrey Howard

    1908-1910

    to Herbert Asquith, as Prime Minister

  931. Frank Judd

    1968-1970

    to Anthony Greenwood, as Minister of Housing and Local Government

  932. Raymond Robertson

    to Michael Ancram, as Northern Ireland Minister

  933. Mark Robinson

    1995-1997

    to William Waldegrave, as Chief Secretary to the Treasury, and other Treasury ministers

  934. Mark Robinson

    1994-1995

    to Douglas Hurd, as Foreign Secretary

  935. Mark Robinson

    1992-1994

    to Overseas Development Minister

  936. Mark Robinson

    1984-1985

    to Secretary of State for Wales

  937. Barbara Roche

    1993-1994

    to Margaret Beckett, as Deputy Leader of the Opposition

  938. Caerwyn Roderick

    1975-1979

    to Michael Foot

  939. John Rodgers

    1951-1957

    to David Eccles

  940. George Rogers

    1947-1949

    to George Strauss, as Minister of Supply

  941. George Rogers

    1950-1951

    to Kenneth Younger, as Minister of State

  942. Austin Mitchell

    1977-1979

    to J.D. Fraser, as Minister of State for Prices and Consumer Protection

  943. Jeff Rooker

    1974-1977

    to Peter Archer, as Solicitor-General

  944. John Roper

    1978-1979

    to Alan Williams, as Minister of State at Department of Industry

  945. Leonard Ropner

    1924-1928

    to Sir Laming Worthington-Evans, as Secretary of State for War

  946. Paul Rose

    1966-1968

    to Barbara Castle, as Minister of Transport and Secretary of State for Employment and Productivity

  947. Ronald Ross

    1931-1935

    to Sir Bolton Eyres Monsell, as First Lord of the Admiralty

  948. Andrew Rowe

    1992-1995

    to Lord Ferrers and Richard Needham, as Ministers of State for Trade and Industry

  949. Christopher Rowland

    1964-1967

    to Ministers of State at the Foreign Office

  950. Guy Rowson

    1935

    to Clement Attlee

  951. Angela Rumbold

    1983-1985

    to Nicholas Ridley, as Financial Secretary to the Treasury

  952. Thomas Dugdale

    1935-1937

    to Stanley Baldwin, as Prime Minister

  953. Ronald Russell

    1951-1954

    to Duncan Sandys, as Minister of Supply

  954. Ronald Russell

    1954-1955

    to Duncan Sandys, as Minister of Housing and Local Government

  955. Stuart Russell

    1936-1937

    to Sir Philip Sassoon, as Under-Secretary of State for Air

  956. Stuart Russell

    1937-1938

    to Sir John Simon, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  957. Joan Ryan

    1998-2002

    to Andrew Smith, at Department of Education and Employment and as Chief Secretary to the Treasury

  958. Richard Ryder

    1984-1986

    to Foreign Secretary

  959. Richard Ryder

    1984

    to Financial Secretary to the Treasury

  960. Edwin Montagu

    1906-1908

    to Herbert Asquith, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  961. Edwin Montagu

    1908-1910

    to Herbert Asquith, as Prime Minister

  962. Philip Sassoon

    1920-1922

    to David Lloyd George, as Prime Minister

  963. Jonathan Sayeed

    1991-1992

    to Lord Belstead, as Paymaster-General and Minister of State at Northern Ireland Office

  964. Alexander Scott

    1917-1919

    to Winston Churchill, at Ministry of Munitions and as Secretary for War

  965. James Scott

    1931

    to Sir Archibald Sinclair, as Secretary of State for Scotland

  966. Nicholas Scott

    1970

    to Iain Macleod, as Chancellor of the Exchequer

  967. Nicholas Scott

    1972

    to Robert Carr, as Leader of the House

  968. Nicholas Scott

    1972-1974

    to Robert Carr, as Home Secretary

  969. Walter Scott-Elliott

    1946-1947

    to Frederick Bellenger and John Freeman, as Financial Secretaries to the War Office

  970. James Scott-Hopkins

    1961-1962

    to Bernard Braine, as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at Commonwealth Relations Office

  971. Ronald Scott-Miller

    1953-1954

    to John Boyd-Carpenter, as Financial Secretary to the Treasury

  972. Ronald Scott-Miller

    1954-1955

    to John Boyd-Carpenter, as Minister of Transport

  973. Ronald Scott-Miller

    1955-1959

    to John Boyd-Carpenter, as Minister of Pensions and National Insurance

  974. Francis Douglas

    1945-1946

    to J. Chuter Ede, as Home Secretary

  975. Brian Sedgemore

    1976-1978

    to Tony Benn, as Secretary of State for Energy

  976. Hugh Seely

    1940-1941

    to Sir Archibald Sinclair, as Secretary of State for Air

  977. William Edge

    1919

    to Sir Robert Horne, as Minister of Labour

  978. John Sever

    1978-1979

    to Peter Archer, as Solicitor-General

  979. Ian Malcolm

    1895-1898

    to Lord Salisbury, as Prime Minister

  980. Ian Malcolm

    1900-1903

    to George Wyndham, as Chief Secretary for Ireland

  981. Ian Malcolm

    1916-1919

    to Arthur Balfour, as Foreign Secretary

  982. Anthony Eden

    1926-1929

    to Austen Chamberlain, as Foreign Secretary

  983. Joseph Pease

    1892-1895

    to John Morley, as Chief Secretary for Ireland

  984. Stanley

    1922

    to Earl of Derby (his father)

  985. Oliver Stanley

    1924-1929

    to Lord Eustace Percy, as President of the Board of Education

  986. Richard Stanley

    1951-1955

    to J.P.L. Thomas, as First Lord of the Admiralty

  987. Edward Shackleton

    1949-1950

    to George Strauss, as Minister of Supply

  988. Edward Shackleton

    1950-1951

    to Herbert Morrison

  989. Geoffrey Shakespeare

    1931

    August-October 1931; to J. Pybus, as Minister of Transport

  990. Granville Sharp

    1946-1947

    to Lord Winster, as Minister of Civil Aviation

  991. Granville Sharp

    1947-1950

    to Charles Key, as Minister of Works

  992. Richard Sharples

    1955-1956

    to Anthony Nutting, as Minister of State at the Foreign Office

  993. Richard Sharples

    1957-1959

    to R.A. Butler, as Home Secretary and Lord Privy Seal

  994. Arnold Shaw

    1977-1979

    to Reg Freeson, as Minister for Housing and Construction

  995. Bob Mitchell

    1974-1976

    to Shirley Williams, as Secretary of State for Prices and Consumer Protection

  996. Bob Mitchell

    1967-1968

    to Patrick Gordon Walker, as Secretary of State for Education

  997. Gillian Shephard

    1988-1989

    to Peter Lilley, as Economic Secretary to the Treasury

  998. Colin Shepherd

    1987-1990

    to Peter Walker, as Secretary of State for Wales

  999. Michael Shersby

    1974

    to Michael Heseltine, as Minister for Aerospace and Shipping

  1000. Peter Shore

    1965-1966

    to Harold Wilson, as Prime Minister

  1001. Claire Ward

    to John Hutton as Minister of State, Department of Health

  1002. George Wallace

    1964-1966

    to H.W. Bowden, as Lord President of the Council

  1003. Fred Silvester

    1979-1981

    to James Prior, as Secretary of State for Employment

  1004. Fred Silvester

    1981-1983

    to James Prior, as Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

  1005. Denis MacShane

    1997-2001

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office

  1006. Roger Sims

    1979-

    to William Whitelaw, as Home Secretary

  1007. John Baldock

    1957-1959

    to D. Ormsby-Gore, as Minister of State at the Foreign Office.

  1008. Peter Hardy

    1974-1976

    to Anthony Crosland, as Secretary of State for the Environment

  1009. Peter Hardy

    1977-1979

    to David Owen, as Foreign Secretary

  1010. Peter Hardy

    1976-1977

    to Anthony Crosland, as Foreign Secretary

  1011. Roy Hughes

    1974-1975

    to Fred Mulley, as Minister of Transport

  1012. Keith Best

    to Secretary of State for Wales

  1013. Mervyn Pike

    1957-1959

    to Patricia Hornsby-Smith, as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Home Affairs

  1014. Stan Cohen

    1976-1977

    to Harold Walker, as Minister of State at Department of Employment

  1015. Stan Cohen

    1977-1979

    to Gordon Oakes, as Minister of State at Department of Education and Science

  1016. Chris Patten

    1979-1981

    to Leader of House of Commons

  1017. Chris Patten

    1981-1983

    to Secretary of State for Social Services

  1018. Nick Hawkins

    1995-1996

    to Nicholas Soames and James Arbuthnot, as Ministers of State at Ministry of Defence

  1019. Nick Hawkins

    1996-1997

    to Virginia Bottomley, as Secretary of State for National Heritage

  1020. John Peel

    1958-1959

    to Frederick Erroll, as Economic Secretary to the Treasury

  1021. John Peel

    1959-1960

    to Frederick Erroll, as Minister of State at Board of Trade

  1022. Sebastian Coe

    1995-1996

    to Michael Heseltine, as Deputy Prime Minister

  1023. Arthur Skeffington

    1945-1947

    to J.B. Hynd, as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister of Pensions

  1024. Arthur Skeffington

    1947-1948

    to G. Buchanan, as Minister of Pensions

  1025. Joseph Slater

    -1963

    to Hugh Gaitskell, as Leader of the Opposition

  1026. Joseph Slater

    1963-1964

    to Harold Wilson, as Leader of the Opposition

  1027. William Small

    1964-1966

    to Frederick Lee, as Minister of Power

  1028. William Small

    1966-1967

    to Frederick Lee, as Secretary of State for the Colonies

  1029. William Small

    1967-1969

    to Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster

  1030. Walter Smiles

    1939-1940

    to Sir Hugh O'Neill, as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for India and Burma

  1031. Walter Smiles

    1940

    June-December 1940; to L.S. Amery, as Secretary of State for India and Burma

  1032. Angela Smith

    1999-2001

  1033. Charles Smith

    1947-1949

    to Philip Noel-Baker, as Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations

  1034. Dudley Smith

    1963-1964

    to Robert Carr, as Secretary for Technical Co-operation

  1035. Francis Smith

    1930-1931

    to George Lansbury, as First Commissioner of Works

  1036. James Smith

    1901-1903

    to Joseph Chamberlain, as Colonial Secretary

  1037. John Smith

    1974

    March-October 1974; to William Ross, as Secretary of State for Scotland

  1038. John Smith

    1989-1992

    to Roy Hattersley, as Deputy Leader of Labour Party

  1039. John Smith

    1997-1998

    to Dr John Reid, as Minister of State, Ministry of Defence

  1040. John Smith

    1998-1999

    to Dr John Reid, as Minister of State, Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions

  1041. John Prescott

    1974-1976

    to Peter Shore, as Secretary of State for Trade

  1042. Alan Johnson

    1997-1999

    to Dawn Primarolo, as Financial Secretary to the Treasury

  1043. Alan Johnson

    1999

    to Dawn Primarolo, as Paymaster-General

  1044. John Watkinson

    to Roy Jenkins

  1045. John Watkinson

    to Merlyn Rees

  1046. Colin Mitchell

    1972-1973

    to Gorden Campbell, as Secretary of State for Scotland

  1047. Peter Emery

    1961-1963

    to J.B. Godber, as Minister of State, Foreign Office

  1048. Peter Emery

    1963

    to J.B. Godber, as Secretary of State for War

  1049. Peter Emery

    1963-1964

    to J.B. Godber, as Minister of Labour

  1050. Andrew Hunter

    1985-1986

    to Lord Elton, as Minister of State, Department of the Environment

  1051. Ruth Kelly

    1998-2001

    to Nick Brown, as Secretary of State for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food

  1052. Peter Morrison

    -1990

    to Margaret Thatcher, as Prime Minister

  1053. Frederick Corfield

    to Airey Neave

  1054. Frank Doran

    1997-2001

    to Ian McCartney

  1055. Gerald Howarth

    1990-1991

    to Sir George Young

  1056. Gerald Howarth

    1987-1990

    to Michael Spicer

  1057. Graham Brady

    2003-2004

    to Michael Howard, as Leader of the Opposition

  1058. Graham Brady

    1999-2000

    to Michael Ancram

  1059. David Lidington

    1994-1997

    to Michael Howard

  1060. David Lidington

    1997-1999

    to William Hague, as Leader of the Opposition

  1061. Jeff Ennis

    1997-2001

    to Tessa Jowell

  1062. Gisela Stuart

    1998-1999

    to Paul Boateng

  1063. Steve McCabe

    2003-2005

    to Charles Clarke

  1064. Richard Burden

    1997-2001

    to Jeff Rooker

  1065. David Hanson

    2001-2005

    to Tony Blair, as Prime Minister

  1066. David Hanson

    1997-1998

    to Alastair Darling

  1067. Hazel Blears

    1998-1999

    to Alan Milburn

  1068. James Purnell

    -2004

    to Ruth Kelly, at the Cabinet Office

  1069. Robert Jenrick

    2015

    PPS to Esther McVey

  1070. Robert Jenrick

    2014-2015

    PPS to Amber Rudd

  1071. Robert Jenrick

    2015

    PPS to Michael Gove

  1072. Stephen Lloyd

    PPS to Ed Davey