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First Manning MinistryEdit

  • Deputy Prime Minister and First Secretary of State: Stephen Armstrong
  • Chief Whip: Michael Harman
  • Chancellor of the Exchequer, Second Lord of the Treasury: James Wilson
  • Leader of the House of Commons: Nina Pyror

Secretaries of StateEdit

  • Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Oscar Traynor
  • Secretary of State for the Home Department: Stephen Armstrong
  • Secretary of State for Defence: Brad Cooke
  • Secretary of State for International Development: John McClellan
  • Secretary of State for Europe: Chesney Lewis
  • Secretary of State for Education: Nina Pyror
  • Secretary of State for Health: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for Social Security: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for Trade, Industry and Employment: James Wilson
  • Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport: Michael Harman
  • Secretary of State for Housing and Local Government: Oscar Traynor
  • Secretary of State for the Environment: Gordon Scott
  • Secretary of State for Transport: Angela Roberts
  • Secretary of State for Wales: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for Scotland: Stephen Armstrong
  • Secretary of State for Northern Ireland: Michael Harman

Ministers of StateEdit

  • Minister of State for TIE (Public Utilities): Chesney Lewis
  • Minister for Women and Equality: Nina Pyror

Changes (From the Sixth Wright Ministry)Edit

  • Stephen Armstrong was appointed Deputy Prime Minister. The position was vacant in the Sixth Wright Ministry.
  • Stephen Armstrong was appointed Home Secretary, due to Manning's appointment as Prime Minister.
  • Claudia Newton was replaced by Rhys Jenkins as Health Secretary
  • Department of Employment folded into Department of Trade and Industry to form Department of Trade, Industry, and Employment. Position of Secretary of Employment eliminated.
    • James Wilson was appointed Trade, Industry, and Employment Secretary, due to Manning's appointment as Prime Minister.
  • Marcus Brookes was replaced by Nina Pyror as Education Secretary.
  • Department of Environment, Agriculture, Fisheries, Food and Rural Affairs renamed as Department of the Environment.
    • Daniel Perren was replaced by Gordon Scott as the new Environment Secretary.
  • Gordon Scott was replaced by Michael Harman as Culture, Media, and Sport Secretary.
  • Lachlan Anderson was replaced by Angela Roberts as Transport Secretary.
  • Angela Roberts was replaced by Oscar Traynor as Housing and Local Government Secretary.
  • Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster's position became vacant. Tamrat Mohammad was relieved of this office.
  • Cabinet Office Minister's position became vacant. Claudia Newton was relieved of this office.
  • Minister of State for Public Utilities became a subsidiary ministry of the Department of Trade, Industry, and Employment.


Second Manning MinistryEdit

  • Deputy Prime Minister and First Secretary of State: Stephen Armstrong
  • Chief Whip: Michael Harman
  • Chancellor of the Exchequer, Second Lord of the Treasury: James Wilson
  • Leader of the House of Commons: Claudia Newton

Secretaries of StateEdit

  • Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Oscar Traynor
  • Secretary of State for the Home Department: Stephen Armstrong
  • Secretary of State for Defence: Brad Cooke
  • Secretary of State for International Development: Dennis Simon
  • Secretary of State for Europe: Chesney Lewis
  • Secretary of State for Education: Chesney Lewis
  • Secretary of State for Health: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for Social Security: Donald Campbell
  • Secretary of State for Trade, Industry and Employment: James Wilson
  • Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport: Michael Harman
  • Secretary of State for Housing and Local Government: Kevin Davidson
  • Secretary of State for the Environment: Gordon Scott
  • Secretary of State for Transport: Angela Roberts
  • Secretary of State for Wales: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for Scotland: Stephen Armstrong
  • Secretary of State for Northern Ireland: Michael Harman

Ministers of StateEdit

  • Minister for Women and Equality: Nina Pyror

Changes (From the First Manning Ministry)Edit

  • Nina Pyror was replaced by Claudia Newton as Leader of the House of Commons
  • John McClellan was replaced by Dennis Simon as International Development Secretary
  • Nina Pyror was replaced by Chesney Lewis as Education Secretary
  • Rhys Jenkins was replaced by Donald Campbell as Social Security Secretary.
  • Oscar Traynor was replaced by Kevin Davidson as Housing and Local Government Secretary.
  • Ministry of the Department of Trade, Industry, and Employment (Public Utilities) was eliminated.


Third Manning MinistryEdit

  • Deputy Prime Minister and First Secretary of State: Stephen Armstrong
  • Chief Whip: Michael Harman
  • Chancellor of the Exchequer, Second Lord of the Treasury: James Wilson
  • Leader of the House of Commons: Claudia Newton

Secretaries of StateEdit

  • Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Oscar Traynor
  • Secretary of State for the Home Department: Stephen Armstrong
  • Secretary of State for Defence: Brad Cooke
  • Secretary of State for International Development: Dennis Simon
  • Secretary of State for Europe: Chesney Lewis
  • Secretary of State for Education: Chesney Lewis
  • Secretary of State for Health: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for Social Security: Donald Campbell
  • Secretary of State for Trade, Industry and Employment: James Wilson
  • Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport: Charles Thomas
  • Secretary of State for Housing and Local Government: Rory Brugha
  • Secretary of State for the Environment: Gordon Scott
  • Secretary of State for Transport: Angela Roberts
  • Secretary of State for Wales: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for Scotland: Stephen Armstrong
  • Secretary of State for Northern Ireland: Patrick Smith

Ministers of StateEdit

  • Minister for Women and Equality: Nina Pyror

Changes (From the Second Manning Ministry)Edit

  • Michael Harman was replaced by Charles Thomas as Culture, Media, and Sports Secretary.
  • Kevin Donaldson was replaced by Rory Brugha as Housing and Local Government Secretary.
  • Michael Harman was replaced by Patrick Smith as Northern Ireland Secretary.


Fourth Manning MinistryEdit

  • Deputy Prime Minister and First Secretary of State: Stephen Armstrong
  • Chief Whip: Michael Harman
  • Chancellor of the Exchequer, Second Lord of the Treasury: Oscar Traynor
  • Leader of the House of Commons: Claudia Newton

Secretaries of StateEdit

  • Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for the Home Department: Stephen Armstrong
  • Secretary of State for Defence: Brad Cooke
  • Secretary of State for International Development: Dennis Simon
  • Secretary of State for Europe: Chesney Lewis
  • Secretary of State for Education: Chesney Lewis
  • Secretary of State for Health: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for Social Security: Donald Campbell
  • Secretary of State for Trade, Industry and Employment: Oscar Traynor
  • Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport: Charles Thomas
  • Secretary of State for Housing and Local Government: Gordon Scott
  • Secretary of State for the Environment: Gordon Scott
  • Secretary of State for Transport: Angela Roberts
  • Secretary of State for Wales: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for Scotland: Stephen Armstrong
  • Secretary of State for Northern Ireland: Patrick Smith

Ministers of StateEdit

  • Minister for Women and Equality: Nina Pyror
  • Minister Without Portfolio: James Wilson

Changes (From the Third Manning Ministry)Edit

  • James Wilson was replaced by Oscar Traynor as Chancellor of the Exchequer.
  • James Wilson was replaced by Oscar Traynor as Trade, Industry, and Employment Secretary.
  • Rory Brugha was replaced by Gordon Scott as Housing and Local Government Secretary.
  • A Minister Without Portfolio position was created: James Wilson was appointed to this position.


Fifth Manning MinistryEdit

  • Deputy Prime Minister and First Secretary of State: Stephen Armstrong
  • Chief Whip: Oscar Traynor
  • Chancellor of the Exchequer and Second Lord of the Treasury: Oscar Traynor
  • Leader of the House of Commons: Claudia Newton

Secretaries of StateEdit

  • Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for the Home Department: Stephen Armstrong
  • Secretary of State for Defence: Brad Cooke
  • Secretary of State for International Development: Dennis Simon
  • Secretary of State for Europe: Liam B Bourne
  • Secretary of State for Education: Patrick Smith
  • Secretary of State for Health: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for Social Security: Donald Campbell
  • Secretary of State for Trade, Industry and Employment: Oscar Traynor
  • Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport: Charles Thomas
  • Secretary of State for the Environment and Local Government: Gordon Scott
  • Secretary of State for Transport: Redvers Buller
  • Secretary of State for Wales: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for Scotland: Stephen Armstrong
  • Secretary of State for Northern Ireland: Patrick Smith

Ministers of StateEdit

  • Minister for Women and Equality: Tricia Riley
  • Minister Without Portfolio: James Wilson
  • Minister of State for Health: Claudia Newton

Changes (From the Fourth Manning Ministry)Edit

  • Michael Harman was replaced by Oscar Traynor as Chief Whip.
  • Chesney Lewis was replaced by Liam B. Bourne as Europe Secretary.
  • Chesney Lewis was replaced by Patrick Smith as Education Secretary
  • Angela Roberts was replaced by Redvers Buller as Transport Secretary.
  • Nina Pyror was replaced by Tricia Riley as Women and Equality Minister.
  • A Minister of State for Health position was created: Claudia Newton was appointed to this position.


Sixth Manning MinistryEdit

  • Deputy Prime Minister and First Secretary of State: Stephen Armstrong
  • Chief Whip: Oscar Traynor
  • Chancellor of the Exchequer and Second Lord of the Treasury: Oscar Traynor
  • Chief Secretary to the Treasury: James Wilson
  • Leader of the House of Commons: Claudia Newton

Secretaries of StateEdit

  • Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for the Home Department: Stephen Armstrong
  • Secretary of State for Defence: Brad Cooke
  • Secretary of State for International Development: Dennis Simon
  • Secretary of State for Europe: Liam B Bourne
  • Secretary of State for Education: James Wilson
  • Secretary of State for Health: Claudia Newton
  • Secretary of State for Social Security: Harold Richmond
  • Secretary of State for Trade, Industry and Employment: Oscar Traynor
  • Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport: Charles Thomas
  • Secretary of State for the Environment and Local Government: Gordon Scott
  • Secretary of State for Transport: James Wilson
  • Secretary of State for Wales: Rhys Jenkins
  • Secretary of State for Scotland: Stephen Armstrong
  • Secretary of State for Northern Ireland: Patrick Smith

Ministers of StateEdit

  • Minister for Women and Equality: Tricia Riley

Changes (From the Fifth Manning Ministry)Edit

  • The Chief Secretary to the Treasury position is filled: James Wilson is appointed to this position.
  • Donald Campbell was replaced by Harold Richmond as Social Security Secretary.
  • Redvers Buller was replaced by James Wilson as Transport Secretary.
  • The Minister of State for Health position was eliminated.
  • The Minister Without Portfolio position was eliminated.
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