Cabinet of the United Kingdom
Cabinet Room, 10 Downing Street
|Type||Committee of the Privy Council|
|Jurisdiction||Government of the United Kingdom|
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The Cabinet of the United Kingdom is the senior decision making body of the Government of the United Kingdom. A committee of the Privy Council, it is chaired by the Prime Minister and its members include Secretaries of State and other senior ministers.
The Ministerial Code says that the business of the Cabinet (and cabinet committees) is mainly: questions of major issues of policy, questions of critical importance to the public and questions on which there is an unresolved argument between departments.