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British Cabinet   /brˈɪtɪʃ kˈæbənət/   Listen
British Cabinet

noun
1.
The senior ministers of the British government.






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"British Cabinet" Quotes from Famous Books



... at a farewell dinner given by the Liverpool Canning Club, in August, 1822, in honor of Mr. Canning, who had been Governor-General of India. But Mr. Canning, instead of going to India, entered the British Cabinet, and in 1827 became Prime Minister, and John Gladstone moved a congratulatory address to the king upon the formation of the ...
— The Grand Old Man • Richard B. Cook

... Revolution, which originated in the Anglo and American mania, and the desire to transplant English institutions into the soil of France, would never have taken place. Had the same views prevailed in the British Cabinet, the iniquitous support of the revolt of the South American colonies in 1821 and 1822, and the insidious encouragement of the ruinous revolutions of Spain and Portugal during the Carlist war, would not have stained ...
— Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 58, Number 360, October 1845 • Various



Words linked to "British Cabinet" :   UK, Chancellor of the Exchequer, pm, United Kingdom, Lord Privy Seal, treasury, Britain, Home Secretary, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, First Lord of the Treasury, U.K., prime minister, Chief Secretary, premier, cabinet, chancellor, Secretary of State for the Home Department, Great Britain



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