Minister of the Crown


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Minister of the Crown

Brit any Government minister of cabinet rank
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For a Minister of the Crown to behave in the petulant way he has towards this newspaper and its readers is demeaning to the office he holds.
Can this mean that the civil servants have taken it upon themselves to intercept and summarily dismiss matters which constituents had expected to be attended to by a duly appointed minister of the Crown? The public, whether they be veterans seeking answers from the Ministers for Veterans, or Defence, or anyone at all, have a right to expect a degree of consideration.
He is, by choice, a public figure, a minister of the Crown whose pounds 140,000-plus salary is paid by the public.
We have another minister of the Crown advocating the use of postal ballots for this referendum when postal balloting has been discredited by the experts as being prone to mismanagement.
The Government of Wales Act does, however, exclude a Minister of the Crown or former Ministers of the Crown from this provision.
His smarmy lawyer's tactics may work in a courtroom but they are sickening when adopted by a minister of the crown.
In a change to Assembly procedure as a result of the Government of Wales Act, the new First Minister will have to be formally appointed by the Queen as a Minister of the Crown. There is no formal requirement for the face-to-face meeting which follows a British general election, although it is possible a ceremony will be arranged.
But I never expected it to be confirmed by a minister of the crown.
The section was designed to oblige 'any Minister of the Crown' to consult the National Assembly on relevant public appointments made by UK ministers.
But there is a big difference between being a zany MP and a serving Minister of the Crown.

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