Foreign Affairs Office (Baustralia)

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Foreign Affairs Office (Baustralia)
Foreign Affairs Office logo.svg
Agency overview
Formed27 January 2019 (2019-01-27)
Jurisdiction Baustralia
Employees8
Ministers responsible
  • Ian Douglas Smith II, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and the Colonies

The Foreign Affairs Office, formerly the Foreign and Colonial Office, is the office responsible for the Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Baustralia. It is responsible for Foreign Affairs, as well as any diplomatic missions to nations foreign to Baustralia. Eight people are employed by the office.

Offices

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs[1]
Portrait Name[2]
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Ministry Sovereign
(Reign)
Ref.
Harrison Pickles, 2020 pattern naval photo.jpg The Right Honourable
Sir Harrison Pickles

MP for Wooler
(born 2003)
2 July
2017
22 September
2019
Conservative Timpson I John
Royal coat of arms of Baustralia.svg
(2017–present)
Timpson II
Emily Day, 2018 pattern army photo.jpg The Honourable
Emily Day

MP for Daytona
(born 2003)
22 September
2019
7 October
2019
Worker's McGrath
Harrison Pickles, 2020 pattern naval photo.jpg The Honourable
Sir Harrison Pickles

MP for Wooler
(born 2003)
7 October
2019
1 July
2022
Conservative Timpson III
Sullivan I
Sullivan II
Parker
The Honourable
Ian Douglas Smith II

MP for Northumbria
1 July
2022
4 December
2022
Libertarian Burgardt-Morris
Liberal Burgardt
Vacant 4 December
2022
12 December
2022
The Honourable
Ian Douglas Smith II

MP for Northumbria
12 December
2022
Incumbent Conservative Doig
Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and the Colonies[3]
Portrait Name[2]
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Ministry Sovereign
(Reign)
Ref.
The Honourable
Kyle Simpson

MP for McNevin
(born 2001)
6 May
2020
28 Feburary
2022
Conservative Sullivan I John
Royal coat of arms of Baustralia.svg
(2017–present)
Sullivan II
Parker

Staff

References

  1. Formerly the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and the Colonies
  2. 2.0 2.1 Including honorifics and constituencies for elected MPs.
  3. Formerly the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs