McGrath ministry

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McGrath ministry
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2019
Aidan McGrath, 2018 pattern medic photo.jpg
Date formed22 September 2019 (2019-09-22)
Date dissolved7 October 2019 (2019-10-07)
People and organisations
Head of stateJohn I,
Monarch
Head of governmentAidan McGrath,
Prime Minister
Member partyWorker's Party
Status in legislatureMinority
Opposition cabinetTimpson shadow cabinet
Opposition partyConservative Party of Baustralia
Opposition leaderJohn Timpson
History
PredecessorSecond Timpson ministry
SuccessorThird Timpson ministry

Aidan McGrath formed the McGrath ministry on 22 September 2019, after being invited by King John I to form the third government. The ministry, a Worker's ministry in a Conservative majority House is the third ministry after the appointing of John Timpson as the 1st Prime Minister and 1st ministry for McGrath.

2019

The ministry in 2019 consisted of the same members as his Shadow Ministry, losing Luis Medina to a new party.

Members of Cabinet

Name Aidan McGrath Emily Day Leon Montan Oliver Doig John Williamson Charles Burgardt
Image Aidan McGrath, 2018 pattern medic photo.jpg Emily Day, 2018 pattern army photo.jpg
Portfolio Prime Minister,
Lord High Treasurer,
Secretary of State for Routes,
and Secretary of State for the Secret Service
Deputy Prime Minister,
Speaker of the House of Commons,
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs,
and Secretary of State for Ostreum
Secretary of State for Communications,
and Secretary of State for Edstmae
Secretary of State for Whiskey Islands,
and Secretary of State for Wangatangia
Secretary of State for the Environment,
and Secretary of State for Justice
Secretary of State for the Economy,
and Secretary of State for the Baustralian Antarctic Territory
Dates 22 September 2019 22 September 2019 22 September 2019 22 September 2019 22 September 2019 1 October 2019
Notes
House House of Commons
Name The Lord Carleton
Image Caleb Arthur, 2018 pattern aerial photo.jpg
Portfolio Lord Speaker
Dates 22 September 2019
Notes
House House of Lords

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