Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster


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Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Brit a minister of the crown, nominally appointed as representative of the Queen (who is the Duke, not Duchess, of Lancaster), but in practice chiefly employed on parliamentary work determined by the prime minister
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He became Treasurer of the Exchequer, Speaker of the House of Commons, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, and last of all Lord Chancellor of England.
The Duke of Devenham, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, whose wife entertained for his party, and whose immense income, derived mostly from her American relations, was always at its disposal, was a person almost as important in the councils of his country as the Prime Minister himself.
David Lidington, the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, who is leading the talks process with the devolved governments, stressed that discussion will continue.
Meanwhile, the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster was at the Airbus factory in north Wales, a favourite destination of politicians who want to be photographed at an example of engineering success outside London.
THE UK Government will set out its vision for devolution after Brexit when the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster delivers a major speech at Airbus Broughton.
A written statement from the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, which confirmed the appointment of Sir Langstaff, stated: "The victims of this tragedy who have endured so much pain and hardship deserve answers.
The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster David Lidington and the Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom to the European Parliament Sir Tim Barrow also attended the meeting.
A No 10 announcement said Lidington, who was also formerly leader of the Commons and is a generally popular figure among Tory MPs, had been made minister for the Cabinet Office and chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
Mr Lidington was also named Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, replacing Sir Patrick McLoughlin, who was sacked as Conservative chairman following criticism of his role in the party's poor performance in last year's snap election.
David Clark Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Cabinet Office Minister Clark served in the cabinet for just over a year.
17OLIVER LETWIN Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 58 Went to Eton.
Double take: Actress Meryl Streep makes a convincing Margaret Thatcher What a bunch: The 1983 Conservative cabinet: top, standing, from left, Chief Whip John Wakeham, Agriculture Michael Jopling, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Lord Cockfield, Employment Norman Tebbit, Lord Privy Seal John Biffen, Wales Nicholas Edwards, Environment Patrick Jenkin, Social Services Norman Fowler, Trade Cecil Parkinson, Transport Tom King, Chief Secretary Peter Rees, Cabinet Secretary Robert Armstrong.
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