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- n. A member of the executive branch of a government who has been appointed to the cabinet, the group of leading policy makers, advisers, and overseers of governmental departments who report to the prime minister.
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- n. a person who is a member of the cabinet
- n. the job of a senior minister who is a member of the cabinet
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In Essex, cabinet minister Iain Duncan Smith and other local MPs – Tory and Labour – are opposing the closure of accident and emergency departments and maternity units at King George hospital in Ilford.
Count Botho Eulenburg, the elder brother of Augustus, has repeatedly held the offices of cabinet minister and Premier of Prussia.
A senior cabinet minister who is knowledgeable about Israel-Jordan relations confirmed the crisis, as did Jordanian officials who spoke to Haaretz.