Cabinet Meetings

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Prime Minister Of The United Kingdom - Foundations of The Office of Prime Minister - Cabinet
... The modern Prime Minister is also the leader of the Cabinet ... A convention of the constitution, the modern Cabinet is a group of ministers who formulate policies ... political heads of government departments Cabinet Ministers ensure that policies are carried out by permanent civil servants ...
History Of The Cabinet Of The United Kingdom - Meetings of The Cabinet
... The Cabinet meets on a regular basis, usually weekly on a Thursday morning notionally to discuss the most important issues of government policy, and to make decisions ... Despite the custom of meeting on a Thursday, after the appointment of Gordon Brown as Prime Minister the meeting day was switched to Tuesday ... However, since becoming prime minister, David Cameron has held his cabinet meetings on Thursdays again ...
Vice Presidency Of The United States - Growth of The Office
... "Assistant President." However, until 1919, Vice Presidents were not included in meetings of the President's Cabinet ... Marshall to preside over Cabinet meetings while Wilson was in France negotiating the Treaty of Versailles ... Harding also invited his Vice President, Calvin Coolidge, to meetings ...

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