Court of St James's


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Court of St James's

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the official name of the royal court of Britain

Court of St. James's

(or Saint James),


n.
the British royal court.
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The President hinted in January that Johnson was set for the job, saying he was "going to St James's" - the role is also known as Ambassador to the Court of St James's.
He had told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme: "If I've offended anybody in bongo bongo land, I shall write to the ambassador at the Court of St James's and apologise to him personally."
If I've offended anybody in bongo bongo land I shall write to the ambassador at the Court of St James's and apologise personally.
He had told the BBC Radio 4 Today programme: "If I've offended anybody in bongo-bongo land, I shall write to the ambassador at the Court of St James's and apologise to him personally."
Ivan StancioffFormer Ambassador to the Court of St James's
His Excellency Khaled Al-Duwaisan, Kuwait's Ambassador to the UK and Doyen of the Diplomatic Corps at the Court of St James's, on behalf of the Arab Ambassadors thanked the ABCC for organising what he said, "would surely be a successful Forum for the UK and Arab participants."
The UN job has been filled but she could still be named to the Court of St James's.
With the advent of a Welsh Assembly Government, Philip Larder, then American Ambassador to the Court of St James's, suggested an office be created especially designated to Wales and all matters Welsh.
Certainly, those who worship at the court of St James's Palace think so.