A curious anecdote has come down to us of John Burns, a great English labor leader and one time member of the British Cabinet
From 85,000 Jews in Palestine (around 12 percent of Palestine's population), few of them were Zionists, and the declaration was even rejected by the only Jewish member of the British Cabinet
at that time, Lord Montagu.
Prof Baylis said: "In the time prior to Attlee's meeting with President Truman to discuss these radical ideas a major debate took place in the British Cabinet
about the question of international control.
The British cabinet
minister hailed the initiatives being taken by the government of Pakistan and Ministry of textile industry for textile sector's development and sustainability.
Let's be clear: This letter, its tone and its very nature is racist and smacks of Islamophobia -- and the fact that it was written by a member of the British Cabinet
is a shame on the administration of Prime Minister David Cameron.
Many Scots applauded the decision of Robin Cook to resign from the British Cabinet
over the Iraq war.
KARACHI -- Secretary General of Jamaat-e-Islami women wing, Dr Rukhsana Jabeen Thursday paid glowing tribute to Barrister Saeeda Warsi, the British cabinet
member, for resigning from her post as a mark of solidarity with the victims of Palestine.
Meanwhile, a British cabinet
minister quit yesterday in protest over Prime Minister David Cameron's refusal to condemn the Israeli slaughter of Palestinians.
New laws are being drawn up to limit the public unions' rights to take industrial action," British Cabinet
Office Minister Francis Maude said, press tv reported.
Earlier, a spokesman for the British cabinet
said that the cabinet discussed with Nigerian officials ways to make Britain play a bigger role in the rescue operation of the kidnapped girls.
I was delighted to hold substantive discussions with Foreign Secretary William Hague and other key British cabinet
members on the progress of bilateral cooperation in areas of common interest.
That's Professor Niall Ferguson's opinion on the decision made by the British cabinet
to intervene in the war in Europe in 1914 - turning a continental skirmish into a global war lasting four and a quarter years and costing 10 million military deaths.