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Who has been chancellor of the exchequer?
Past Chancellors of the Exchequer
- Sajid Javid. 2019 to 2020.
- Philip Hammond. 2016 to 2019.
- George Osborne. 2010 to 2016.
- Alistair Darling. 2007 to 2010.
Who is in charge of the courts UK?
Lord Chief Justice
The current Lord Chief Justice, The Right Honourable The Lord Burnett of Maldon is the Head of the Judiciary of England and Wales and the President of the Courts of England and Wales.
What is the true about the Lord Chancellor?
The Lord Chancellor is appointed by the Monarch on the advice of the Prime Minister and is a senior member of the Cabinet. They head the Ministry of Justice as the Secretary of State for Justice. Previously the Lord Chancellor also acted as Speaker of the House of Lords and therefore sat on the Woolsack.
Who is the current Chancellor of the High Court?
Sir Julian Flaux
The Chancellor of the High Court – known as the Vice Chancellor prior to the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 – is the president of the Chancery Division of the High Court and vice-president of the Court of Protection. The current Chancellor of the High Court is Sir Julian Flaux.
Which conservative chancellor served the longest?
Perhaps as a result, Tony Blair chose to keep him in the same position throughout his ten years as prime minister; making Brown an unusually dominant figure and the longest-serving chancellor since the Reform Act of 1832.
Who is the shadow chancellor in the UK?
The current Shadow Chancellor is Rachel Reeves, who has held the position since 9 May 2021….
|Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer|
|Incumbent Rachel Reeves since 9 May 2021|
|Appointer||Leader of the Opposition|
|Inaugural holder||Rab Butler|
|Website||The Shadow Cabinet|
What is a judge called in England?
|Circuit Judge sitting as a High Court judge||Judge Smith|
|Barrister sitting as a deputy High Court judge|
What is a judge called in the UK?
Circuit judges are addressed as “Your Honour”, unless sitting in the Central Criminal Court (the Old Bailey), in which case addressed as “My Lord (Lady)”.
Who appoints the prime minister of England?
The prime minister is appointed by the monarch, through the exercise of the royal prerogative. In the past, the monarch has used personal choice to dismiss or appoint a prime minister (the last time being in 1834), but it is now the case that they should not be drawn into party politics.
What is the chancellor’s name?
Chancellor of the Exchequer
|Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of HM Exchequer|
|Incumbent Rishi Sunak since 13 February 2020|
|Her Majesty’s Treasury|
|Style||Chancellor (informal) The Right Honourable (UK and the Commonwealth)|
|Status||Great Office of State|
Who is the highest judge in England?
|Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales|
|Incumbent The Lord Burnett of Maldon since 2 October 2017|
|Style||The Right Honourable|
|Nominator||Judicial Appointments Commission|
|Appointer||Monarch of the United Kingdom, on the recommendation of the Lord Chancellor|
Who is the most powerful judge in the world?
16, 2020. After 15 years on the bench, Chief Justice John Roberts has emerged to be what many legal experts describe as the most influential head of the Supreme Court since the 1940s.