Minister for the Cabinet Office
The minister for the Cabinet Office is a position in the Cabinet Office of the United Kingdom. The minister is responsible for the work and policies of the Cabinet Office, and since February 2022, reports to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. The position is currently the third highest ranking minister in the Cabinet Office, after the Prime Minister and the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
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|Minister for the Cabinet Office|
|Style||The Right Honourable|
|Member of||Cabinet (Since February 2022 the role attends Cabinet but not as a full member)|
National Security Council
|Reports to||Prime Minister of the United Kingdom|
on the advice of the Prime Minister
|Term length||No fixed term|
From the Second May ministry until mid-2019 when the First Johnson ministry came to power, it functioned as an alternative title to Deputy Prime Minister or First Secretary of State. This practice ended when Dominic Raab was appointed as First Secretary of State on 24 July 2019, by Boris Johnson. Since a reshuffle in February 2022, the role attends Cabinet but not as a full member.
The corresponding shadow minister is the shadow minister for the Cabinet Office.