First Lord of the Treasury


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Noun1.First Lord of the Treasury - the British cabinet minister responsible for economic strategyFirst Lord of the Treasury - the British cabinet minister responsible for economic strategy
British Cabinet - the senior ministers of the British government
cabinet minister - a person who is a member of the cabinet
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Number 10 is also the official residence and office of the First Lord of the Treasury, a post which, for much of the 18th and 19th centuries and invariably since 1905, has been held by the Prime Minister.
For Philip Hammond, "Brexit means Brexit" means remaining in the EU in all but name - with the Chancellor of the Exchequer openly defying the First Lord of the Treasury.
She "kissed hands" with the Queen in a simple procedure at Buckingham Palace which made her the 13th holder of the post of Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury during Elizabeth II's reign.
Maybe she'll copy Terry Jones in Monty Python's Life of Brian, popping out from a Buck House window after their chat and announcing to the masses: "He's not the Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury – he's a very naughty boy
The 47-year-old First Lord of the Treasury has been staying with his wife Samantha and children at a 200 pounds-a-night yoga retreat at the resort.
HOUGHTON HALL was built in the eighteenth century by Sir Robert Walpole, on the site of his father s earlier home, which he deemed unfit to display the art he had assembled while Paymaster-General serving King George I, then First Lord of the Treasury, succeeding to Chancellor of the Exchequer, and finishing with Prime Minister.
HE'S the Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and a wealthy man.
Though his brother, Henry Pelham, was first Lord of the Treasury for much of the latter part of the war and later, Harding's book makes it very clear that by his contribution Newcastle was the real first minister and underscores why Newcastle was a mainstay in government for over 30 years.
It was a gift from George II which he accepted on condition it should be for whoever was First Lord of the Treasury - an office now always held by the Prime Minister.
The fact that his title is First Lord of the Treasury or, in common parlance, Prime Minister, is neither here nor there.
Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil Service: Gordon Brown.