Writing in a Sunday newspaper, Johnson said: "I believe the occupant of No10 should be not just prime minister and first lord of the treasury
and minister for the civil service.
The office of Prime Minister evolved from that of First Lord of the Treasury
. Originally, the monarch personally presided at Cabinet meetings of departmental heads, but with the advent of the Hanoverian dynasty in 1714, the King, George I, spoke little English.
Walpole accepted on the condition that the gift was to the office of First Lord of the Treasury
rather than to him personally.
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.
Which cabinet minister is always appointed as First Lord of the Treasury
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.
Which Government minister has the title of First Lord of the Treasury
HE'S the Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury
and a wealthy man.