Who is the chief secretary of England
|Chief Secretary to the Treasury|
|Incumbent John Glen since 25 October 2022|
|His Majesty’s Treasury|
|Style||The Right Honourable|
|Reports to||Chancellor of the Exchequer and Prime Minister|
Who advises the president?
The Cabinet – The Cabinet is an advisory body made up of the heads of the 15 executive departments. Appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate, the members of the Cabinet are often the President’s closest confidants. In addition to running major federal agencies, they play an important role in the Presidential line of succession — after the Vice President, Speaker of the House, and Senate President pro tempore, the line of succession continues with the Cabinet offices in the order in which the departments were created.
Who are the president’s top advisors
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
|Incumbent Top row: Mike Donilon & Anita Dunn Middle row: Gene Sperling, Mitch Landrieu and John Podesta Bottom row: Stephen K. Benjamin & Tom Perez No Picture Provided: Annie Tomasini|
|Executive Office of the President|
|Website||The White House|
Senior Advisor to the President is a title used by high-ranking political advisors to the president of the United States, White House senior advisors are senior members of the White House Office, The title has been formally used since 1993.
What are the two oldest cabinet departments?
In 1789, Congress created three Executive Departments: Foreign Affairs (later in the same year renamed State), Treasury, and War. It also provided for an Attorney General and a Postmaster General. Domestic matters were apportioned by Congress among these departments. The first Interior Building, 1852 -1917. The Patent Office building, today housing the Smithsonian Institution’s Portrait Gallery and the National Museum of American Art, served as DOI headquarters. Photo circa 1890, Library of Congress,
How much do top civil servants earn?
‘Laughing all the way to the bank’ – The figures, released by the Cabinet Office last week, show that 118 civil servants earn more than £200,000 – including 43 on more than £250,000 and 18 on more than £300,000. Conor Holohan, media campaign manager of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, said: “This senior salary inflation will be a kick in the teeth for taxpayers.
- While hard-pressed households grapple with 70-year-high taxes, high-flying civil servants are laughing all the way to the bank.
- Time for ministers to drive down the mandarin bill.” Many of the pay packets are much higher than the salary of Rishi Sunak, the Prime Minister, who receives around £160,000 per year.
It comes as tens of thousands of civil servants opt to work from home rather than going into the office. Despite being head of the Civil Service, Simon Case, the Cabinet Secretary, comes in at only 103rd on the Whitehall rich list. He earns up to £205,000.
- The pay figures, which are usually published annually but have only now been released following a six-month delay, are reported in bands of £5,000.
- The list only features staff employed by central government, so does not include council chiefs or NHS trust bosses – meaning there are likely to be hundreds more public sector workers earning more than the Prime Minister.
The figures reveal that 74 members of staff at Network Rail earn more than £150,000, with four of them making the top 10. The highest-paid is Andrew Haines, the chief executive, with a salary of up to £590,000, closely followed by Jeremy Westlake, his chief financial officer, who receives as much as £420,000.
- The Atomic Weapons Establishment employs 19 people on salaries of more than £150,000, the report also reveals.
- Alison Atkinson, its chief executive, was paid up to £415,000.
- The organisation’s staff were not included in the pay list the previous year.
- Meanwhile there are 25 people from the Nuclear Decommissioning Agency (NDA) on the list.
David Peattie, the chief executive, was the most well remunerated with a pay packet of up to £400,000. The list further reveals that 123 of those earning more than £150,000 work for health organisations, including 53 for NHS England. Its highest paid member of staff is Amanda Pritchard, the chief executive, who receives around £260,000, according to the latest figures.
Who is the founder of the cabinet in England
Into the 20th century – In David Lloyd George’s governmental re-organisation of 1916, Sir Maurice Hankey (left) was appointed first Secretary to Cabinet. Hankey remained in the post for the next 22 years, until 1938. © TopFoto When David Lloyd George became Prime Minister in December 1916, the secretariat of the Committee for Imperial Defence, under Sir Maurice Hankey, became the nucleus of a new Cabinet Office and served a War Cabinet of five members.
With the return of peace, Lloyd George replaced the small War Cabinet with a traditional Cabinet of 20 members. At its first meeting on 4 November 1919 the new Cabinet decided to retain the methods of record keeping used by the War Cabinet. In the early 20th century the term ‘Prime Minister’ to describe the role of chief minister began to be used.
The use of ‘Prime Minister’ and its position as head of the government was formalised by the 1937 Ministers of the Crown Act.