unministerial

unministerial

(ˌʌnˌmɪnɪˈstɪərɪəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not befitting a minister, esp relating to a head of a government department
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Only last week, Johnson made a very unministerial four-letter-word attack on business which must have enraged the Prime Minister.
Only the other day, Johnson made a very unministerial four-letter-word attack on business which must have enraged the Prime Minister.
Only the other day, Johnson made a very unministerial four-letterword attack on business which must have enraged the Prime Minister.
Yes, a few ministers were sacked after they were found to have indulged in 'unministerial' deeds, but when questions started coming at Kejriwal himself, there was a blatant attempt at obfuscation.
Here we have a Minister judged by Wales' top civil servant to have broken the Ministerial Code, then reprieved by the First Minister on what many have seen as flimsy grounds, and finally forced out of the Cabinet ignominiously after being reported for further unministerial conduct by his own Private Secretary.
"His approach is entirely unministerial and graceless.