James Callaghan's Government (after September 1976)

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James Callaghan's Government (after September 1976)

The British Cabinet in 1976

(Formed April 1976 and reconstructed in September 1976)

Prime Minister James Callaghan
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Anthony Crosland
Chancellor of the Exchequer Denis Healey
Lord Chancellor Lord Elwyn-Jones
Secretary of State for the Home Department Merlyn Rees
Secretary of State for Social Services David Ennals
Secretary of State for Defence Frederick Mulley
Secretary of State for Scotland Bruce Millan
Secretary of State for Employment Albert Booth
Secretary of State for Education and Science Shirley Williams
Secretary of State for Wales John Morris
Secretary of State for Trade Edmund Dell
Secretary of State for Industry Eric Varley
Secretary of State for the Environment Peter Shore
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Roy Mason
Secretary of State for Energy Tony Benn
Secretary of State for Prices and Consumer Protection Roy Hattersley
Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House fo Commons Michael Foot
Lord Privy Seal and Leader of the House of Lords Lord Peart
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Harold Leaver
Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries John Silkin
Minister for Overseas Development Reginald Prentice
Minister for Social Security Stanley Orme