List of current members of the British Privy Council

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This is a list of the current members of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom, along with the roles they fulfil and the date when they were sworn of the council. Throughout this article, the prefix The Rt Hon. is omitted, because every counsellor bears it, as is the postnominal PC, as every counsellor who is also a peer uses it.

The council is composed mostly of politicians (be they from the British government, other parties, or Commonwealth governments) and civil servants, both current and retired (since membership is for life). Among those politicians generally sworn of the council are ministers of the Crown, the few most senior figures of the Loyal Opposition, the parliamentary leader of the third-largest party (currently SNP Westminster Leader Ian Blackford), and a couple of the most senior figures in the devolved British governments, including the first ministers. Besides these, the council includes a very few members of the Royal Family (usually the consort and heir apparent only), a few dozen judges (the Supreme Court justices, the senior judges of England and Wales, and the senators of the College of Justice of the Inner House in Scotland) and a few clergy (the three most senior Church of England bishops).

Non-partisan Royal Family/Household Civil Service Clergy HM judiciary Commonwealth judiciary
Partisan Conservative politician Labour politician Liberal/Lib. Dem. politician Commonwealth politician Other politician
Individual Appointed
and sworn[N 1]
Roles/reasons

A[edit]

Diane Abbott 15 February 2017[1] Shadow Home Secretary (2016–2020)
John Cameron, Lord Abernethy 22 March 2005[2] Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2005–2007)
Andrew Adonis, Baron Adonis 10 June 2009[3] Secretary of State for Transport (2009–2010)
Sir Richard Aikens 10 December 2008[4]
18 March 2009[5]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2008–2015)
Bob Ainsworth 22 March 2005[2] Government Deputy Chief Whip in the Commons and Treasurer of the Household (2003–2007)
Minister of State for the Armed Forces (2007–2009)
Secretary of State for Defence (2009–2010)
David Ogilvy, 13th Earl of Airlie 29 November 1984[6] Lord Chamberlain (1984–1997)
Ezekiel Alebua 26 July 1988[7] Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands (1986–1989)
Sir Danny Alexander 13 May 2010[8] Secretary of State for Scotland (2010)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2010–2015)
Douglas Alexander 10 May 2005[9]
7 June 2005[10]
Minister of State for Europe (2005–2006)
Secretary of State for Scotland and Secretary of State for Transport (2006–2007)
Secretary of State for International Development (2007–2010)
Shadow Foreign Secretary (2011–2015)
Valerie Amos, Baroness Amos 2003[7] Leader of the House of Lords; Lord President of the Council (2003–2007)
High Commissioner to Australia (2009–2010)
United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator (2010–2015)
Michael Ancram
(Michael Kerr, 13th Marquess of Lothian)
14 February 1996[11] Minister at the Northern Ireland Office (1994–1997)
Constitutional Affairs Spokesman in the Shadow Cabinet (1997–1998)
Chairman of the Conservative Party (1998–2001)
Deputy Leader of the Conservative Party (2001–2005)
Shadow Foreign Secretary (2001–2005)
Shadow Secretary of State for Defence (2005)
Donald Anderson, Baron Anderson of Swansea 2000
14 February 2001
Long-serving MP (1966–1970; 1974–2005)
Stuart Andrew 10 March 2021[12]
26 May 2021[13]
Government Deputy Chief Whip in the Commons and Treasurer of the Household (2020–present)
Dame Geraldine Andrews 11 November 2020[14]
26 May 2021[13]
Lady Justice of Appeal (2020–present)
Joyce Anelay, Baroness Anelay of St John's 8 July 2009[15]
15 October 2009[16]
Opposition Chief Whip in the Lords (2007–2010)
Government Chief Whip in the Lords; Captain of the Gentlemen-at-Arms (2010–2014)
Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (2014–2017)
Minister for Exiting the European Union (2017)
Dame Elish Angiolini 14 November 2006[17] Lord Advocate (2006–2011)
James Arbuthnot, Baron Arbuthnot of Edrom 1998[7] Minister for Defence Procurement (1995–1997)
Opposition Chief Whip in the Commons (1997–2001)
Shadow Secretary of State for Trade and Industry & for Work and Pensions (2003–2005)
Chairman of the House of Commons Defence Select Committee (2005–2014)
Mary Arden, Lady Arden 15 November 2000[18]
14 February 2001
Lady Justice of Appeal (2000–2018)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2018–present)
Hilary Armstrong, Baroness Armstrong of Hill Top 1999[7] Minister of State for Local Government and Housing (1997–2001)
Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (2001–2006)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; Minister for the Cabinet Office; Minister for Social Exclusion (2006–2007)
Sir Richard Arnold 17 December 2019[19]
12 February 2020[20]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2019–present)
Michael Ashcroft, Baron Ashcroft 10 September 2012[21]
7 November 2012[22]
Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party (2005–2010)
Henry Ashton, 4th Baron Ashton of Hyde 28 August 2019[23]
6 November 2019[24]
Government Chief Whip in the Lords; Captain of the Gentlemen-at-Arms (2019–present)
Catherine Ashton, Baroness Ashton of Upholland 24 May 2006[25] Parliamentary Under-Secretary in the Department for Constitutional Affairs (2004–2007)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary at the Ministry of Justice (2007)
Leader of the House of Lords; Lord President of the Council (2007–2008)
European Commissioner for Trade (2008–2009)
High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (2009–2014)
First Vice-President of the European Commission (2010–2014)
Jonathan Ashworth 10 March 2021[12]
26 May 2021[13]
Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care (2018–present)
Dame Sarah Asplin 15 November 2017[26]
8 February 2018[27]
Lady Justice of Appeal (2017–present)
John Astor, 3rd Baron Astor of Hever 14 May 2015[28] Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at Ministry of Defence (2010-2015)
(Sworn as Privy Counsellor on leaving government)
Sir Robert Atkins 28 June 1995[7] Minister of State for the Environment and the Countryside (1994–1995)
Sir Robin Auld 8 February 1995[7] Lord Justice of Appeal (1995–2007)
Senior Presiding Judge for England and Wales (1995–1998)

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Kenneth Baker, Baron Baker of Dorking 8 February 1984[7] Minister for Information Technology (1981–1985)
Secretary of State for the Environment (1985–1986)
Secretary of State for Education and Science (1986–1989)
Chairman of the Conservative Party; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1989–1990)
Home Secretary (1990–1992)
Sir Jonathan Baker 7 November 2018[29] Lord Justice of Appeal (2018–present)
Norman Baker 16 July 2014[30] Minister at the Home Office (2013–2014)
Sir Scott Baker 5 November 2002[31]
20 November 2002[32]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2002–2010)
Sir Tony Baldry 11 December 2013[33]
11 February 2014[34]
Long-serving MP (1983–2015)
Second Church Estates Commissioner (2010–2015)
Ed Balls 28 June 2007[35] Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (2007–2010)
Shadow Home Secretary (2010–2011)
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (2011–2015)
Stephen Barclay 20 November 2018[36] Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (2018–2020)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2020–2021)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office (2021–present)
Gregory Barker, Baron Barker of Battle 10 September 2012[21]
17 October 2012[37]
Minister of State for Climate Change (2010–2014)
Sir Kevin Barron 19 September 2001[38]
31 October 2001[39]
Member of the Intelligence and Security Committee (1997–2005)

Lord Commissioner (2006-2007)

Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Consumer Affairs (2009-2010)

Chairman of the House of Commons Select Committee on Standards (2010–2018)

Dean Barrow App. 15 March 2016[40] Prime Minister of Belize (2008–2020)
Gavin Barwell, Baron Barwell 3 May 2017[41]
14 June 2017[42]
Minister of State at the Department for Communities and Local Government (2016–2017)
Downing Street Chief of Staff (2017–2019)
Steve Bassam, Baron Bassam of Brighton 8 July 2009[15] Government Chief Whip in the Lords; Captain of the Gentlemen-at-Arms (2008–2010)
Opposition Chief Whip in the Lords (2010–2018)
Michael Bates, Baron Bates 14 May 2015[28] Minister of State at the Home Office (2015–2016)
Minister of State at the Department for International Development (2016–present)
John Battle 22 October 2002[43]
20 November 2002[32]
Member of the International Development Committee (2001–2010)
Sir David Bean 10 December 2014[44]
19 March 2015[45]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2014–present)
Sir Jack Beatson 12 February 2013[46]
15 May 2013[47]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2013–present)
Dame Margaret Beckett 10 March 1993[7]
29 July 1998[11]
Deputy Leader of the Opposition (1992–1994)
Leader of the Opposition (1994)
Shadow Secretary of State for Health (1994–1995)
Shadow Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (1995–1997)
Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (1997–1998)
Leader of the House of Commons; Lord President of the Council (1998–2001)
Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2001–2006)
Foreign Secretary (2006–2007)
Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee (2008)
Minister of State for Housing and Planning (2008–2009)

Chair of the National Security Strategy Joint Select Committee (2010-2019)

Alan Beith, Baron Beith 15 July 1992[7] Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats (1992–2003)
Liberal Democrat Spokesman for Home Affairs (1994–1999)
Liberal Democrat Shadow Leader of the House of Commons (1999–2003)
Chairman, House of Commons Justice Select Committee (2007–2015)
Hilary Benn 8 October 2003[48]
14 October 2003[49]
Secretary of State for International Development (2003–2007)
Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2007–2010)
Shadow Leader of the House of Commons (2010–2011)
Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (2011–2015)
Shadow Foreign Secretary (2015–2016)

Chair of the Committee on the Future Relationship with the European Union (2016–present)

Richard Benyon, Baron Benyon 15 February 2017[1] MP for Newbury (2005–2019)

Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Natural Environment Fisheries (2010-2013)

John Bercow 8 July 2009[15] Speaker of the House of Commons (2009–2019)
Jake Berry 25 July 2019[50]
8 October 2019[51]
Minister of State for the Northern Powerhouse (2017–2020)
Sir Bill Birch 8 April 1992[52] New Zealand Minister of Finance (1993–1999; 1999)
Sir Colin Birss App. 28 April 2021[53] Lord Justice of Appeal (2021–present)
Jill Black, Lady Black of Derwent 16 March 2011[54]
10 May 2011[55]
Lady Justice of Appeal (2010–2017)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2017–present)
Ian Blackford 19 July 2017[56]
11 October 2017[57]
Leader of the SNP group in the House of Commons (2017–present)
Tessa Blackstone, Baroness Blackstone 7 February 2001[58]
14 March 2001[59]
Minister for the Arts (2001–2003)
Tony Blair 27 July 1994[7] Leader of the Opposition (1994–1997)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1997–2007)
Sir Peter Blanchard 21 May 1998[52] Court of Appeal of New Zealand (1996–2004)
Supreme Court of New Zealand (2004–2012)
Hazel Blears 10 May 2005[9]
7 June 2005[10]
Minister of State at the Home Office (2003–2006)
Labour Party Chair; Minister without Portfolio (2006–2007)
Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (2007–2009)
David Maclean, Baron Blencathra 28 June 1995[11] Minister of State at the Home Office (1993–1997)
Opposition Chief Whip in the Commons (2001–2005)
David Blunkett, Baron Blunkett 1997[7] Secretary of State for Education and Employment (1997–2001)
Home Secretary (2001–2004)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2005)
Paul Boateng, Baron Boateng 1999[7] Minister of State for Home Affairs (1998–2001)
Financial Secretary to the Treasury (2001–2002)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2002–2005)
High Commissioner to South Africa (2005–2009)
Jim Bolger 16 April 1991[52] Prime Minister of New Zealand (1990–1997)
Iain Bonomy, Lord Bonomy 13 October 2010[60]
9 February 2011[61]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2010–2012)
Betty Boothroyd, Baroness Boothroyd 4 June 1992[7] Speaker of the House of Commons (1992–2000)
Virginia Bottomley, Baroness Bottomley of Nettlestone 13 April 1992[7] Secretary of State for Health (1992–1995)
Secretary of State for National Heritage (1995–1997)
Colin Boyd, Baron Boyd of Duncansby 2000[7] Solicitor General for Scotland (1997–2000)
Lord Advocate (2000–2006)
Ivon Moore-Brabazon, 3rd Baron Brabazon of Tara 9 January 2013[62]
13 March 2013[63]
Chairman of Committees (2002–2012)
Alastair Campbell, Lord Bracadale 9 April 2013[64]
15 May 2013[47]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2013–2017)
Karen Bradley 15 July 2016[65] Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (2016–2018)
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (2018–2019)
Keith Bradley, Baron Bradley 14 February 2001
14 March 2001[59]
Treasurer of the Household; Government Deputy Chief Whip in the Commons (1998–2001)
Minister of State for Criminal Justice, Sentencing, and Law Reform (2001–2002)
Ben Bradshaw 10 June 2009[3] Minister of State for Health (2007-2009)

Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (2009–2010)

Shadow Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (2010)

Tom Brake 13 July 2011[66] Deputy Leader of the House of Commons (2012–2015)
Foreign Affairs Spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats (2016–2017)
Liberal Democrats Shadow First Secretary of State and spokesperson for Exiting the European Union (2017–2019)
Suella Braverman 19 February 2020[67] Attorney General for England and Wales (2020–2021)
Michael Briggs, Lord Briggs of Westbourne 15 May 2013[47]
13 June 2013[68]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2013–2017)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2017–present)
Philip Brodie, Lord Brodie 12 February 2013[46]
9 October 2013[69]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2012–present)
James Brokenshire 10 June 2015[70]
8 October 2015[71]
Minister for Security and Immigration (2014–2016)
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (2016–2018)
Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government (2018–2019)
Dame Annette Brooke 16 July 2014[30] Long-serving MP (2001–2015)
Peter Brooke, Baron Brooke of Sutton Mandeville 19 January 1988[7] Chairman of the Conservative Party; Paymaster-General (1987–1989)
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1989–1992)
Secretary of State for National Heritage (1992–1994)
Gordon Brown 26 June 1996
23 July 1996[11]
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (1992–1997)
Chancellor of the Exchequer (1997–2007)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2007–2010)
Nick Brown 1997[7]
29 July 1998[11]
Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (1997–1998; 2008–2010)
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1998–2001)
Minister of Work (2001–2003)
Treasurer of the Household; Government Deputy Chief Whip in the Commons; Minister for the North East (2007–2008)
Opposition Chief Whip in the House of Commons (2016–present)
Simon Brown, Baron Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood 13 October 1992[7] Lord Justice of Appeal (1992–2004)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (2004–2009)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2009–2012)
Sir Stephen Brown 21 December 1983[7] Lord Justice of Appeal (1983–1988)
President of the Family Division of the High Court of Justice (1988–1999)
Des Browne, Baron Browne of Ladyton 7 May 2005[72]
10 May 2005[9]
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2005–2006)
Secretary of State for Defence (2006–2008)
Secretary of State for Scotland (2007–2008)
Malcolm Bruce, Baron Bruce of Bennachie 19 July 2006[73] Leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats (1988–1992)
Chairman of the International Development Committee (2005–2015)
Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats (2014–2015)
Robert Buckland 25 July 2019[50] Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (2019–2021)
Ian Burnett, Baron Burnett of Maldon 10 December 2014[44]
19 March 2015[45]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2014–2017)
Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales (2017–present)
Andy Burnham 28 June 2007[35] Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2007–2008)
Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (2008–2009)
Secretary of State for Health (2009–2010)
Shadow Secretary of State for Education (2010–2011)
Shadow Secretary of State for Health (2011–2015)
Shadow Home Secretary (2015-2016)
Mayor of Greater Manchester (2017–present)
Conor Burns 8 October 2019[51]
6 November 2019[24]
Minister of State for Trade Policy (2019–2020)
Minister of State for Northern Ireland (2021–present)
Sir Simon Burns 9 February 2011[61]
16 March 2011[54]
Minister of State at the Department of Health (2010–2012)
Minister of State for Transport (2012–2013)
Sir Stanley Burnton 11 June 2008[74] Lord Justice of Appeal (2008–2012)
Andrew Burrows, Lord Burrows App. 12 February 2020[20] Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2020–present)
Paul Burstow 10 September 2012[21]
7 November 2012[22]
Minister of State at the Department of Health (2010–2012)
Alistair Burt 6 November 2013[75] Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (2010-2013)
(Sworn as Privy Counsellor on leaving government)
Minister of State for Care and Support (2015–2016)
Minister at the Department for International Development (2017–present)
Minister at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (2017–present)
Robin Butler, Baron Butler of Brockwell 11 February 2004[76] Chairman of the Butler Review Committee (2004)
Elizabeth Butler-Sloss, Baroness Butler-Sloss 17 February 1988[7] Lord Justice of Appeal (1988–1999)
President of the Family Division of the High Court of Justice (1999–2005)
Deputy Coroner of the Queen's Household (2006–2007)
Sir Richard Buxton 30 October 1997
26 November 1997[11]
Lord Justice of Appeal (1997–2008)
Stephen Byers 29 July 1998[11] Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1998)
Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (1998–2001)
Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions (2001–2002)
Liam Byrne 9 October 2008[77] Minister for the Cabinet Office; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (2008–2009)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2009–2010)
Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office (2010–2011)
Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2011–2013)
Shadow Minister for Digital Economy (2017–2020)
Sir Dennis Byron 27 July 2004[78]
9 February 2005[79]
Chief Justice of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (1996–2004)
President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (2011–2018)

C[edit]

Sir Vince Cable 13 May 2010[8] Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills (2010–2015)

Leader of the Liberal Democrats (2017–2019)

Richard Caborn 1999 Minister of State at the Department of Trade and Industry (1999–2001)
Minister for Sport (2001–2007)
Alun Cairns 22 March 2016[80] Secretary of State for Wales (2016–2019)
Malcolm Sinclair, 20th Earl of Caithness 1990 Paymaster General (1989–1990)
Minister of State at the Foreign Office (1990–1992)
Minister of State at the Department of Transport (1992–1994)
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge 9 June 2016[81] Second in line to the throne
David Cameron 14 December 2005[82]
8 March 2006[83]
Leader of the Opposition (2005–2010)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2010–2016)
Kenneth Cameron, Baron Cameron of Lochbroom 1984 Lord Advocate (1984–1989)
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2000–2002)
Thomas Stonor, 7th Baron Camoys 30 October 1997[11] Lord Chamberlain (1998–2000)
Permanent Lord-in-waiting (2000–present)
Sir Alan Campbell 5 March 2014[84] Lord Commissioner of the Treasury (2006-2008)

Deputy Labour Chief Whip in the House of Commons (2010–present)

Menzies Campbell, Baron Campbell of Pittenweem 1999 Foreign Affairs Spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats (1997–2006)
Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats (2003–2006)
Leader of the Liberal Democrats (2006–2007)
Defence Spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats (2017–2019)
Sir Anthony Campbell 1999 Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (1998–2008)
George Carey, Baron Carey of Clifton 1991 Archbishop of Canterbury (1991–2002)
Colin Sutherland, Lord Carloway 9 October 2008[77] Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2008–2012)
Lord Justice Clerk (2012–2015)
Lord President of the Court of Session; Lord Justice General (2015–present)
Alistair Carmichael 15 December 2010[85]
9 February 2011[61]
Government Deputy Chief Whip in the House of Commons (2010–2013)
Secretary of State for Scotland (2013–2015)
Liberal Democrat Home Affairs spokesman (2015–2016)
Chief Whip of the Liberal Democrats (2017–present)
Robert Carnwath, Lord Carnwath of Notting Hill 12 February 2002[86]
22 May 2002[87]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2002–2012)
Senior President of Tribunals (2007-2012)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2012–present)
Dame Sue Carr 23 June 2020[88]
28 April 2021[53]
Lady Justice of Appeal (2020–present)
Robert Carswell, Baron Carswell 8 February 1994[89] Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (1993–1997)
Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland (1997–2004)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (2004–2009)
Sir John Chadwick 30 October 1997[11] Lord Justice of Appeal (1997–2007)[90]
Shami Chakrabarti, Baroness Chakrabarti 23 May 2018[91]
27 June 2018[92]
Shadow Attorney General for England and Wales (2016–2020)
Lynda Chalker, Baroness Chalker of Wallasey 1987 Minister for Europe (1986–1989)
Minister of State for Overseas Development in the Foreign Office (1989–1997)[N 2]
Sir Julius Chan 1981 Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (1980–1982; 1994–1997)
See Charles, Prince of Wales for Prince Charles.
Richard Chartres, Baron Chartres 13 December 1995
14 February 1996[11]
Bishop of London (1995–2017)
Sir John Chilcot 11 February 2004[76] Butler Review Committee (2004)
Chairman of the Iraq Inquiry
Perry Christie App. 10 March 2004[93] Prime Minister of the Bahamas (2002–2007; 2012–2017)
David Clark, Baron Clark of Windermere 1997 Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1997–1998)
Greg Clark 9 June 2010[94] Minister of State at the Department for Communities and Local Government (2010–2012)
Financial Secretary to the Treasury (2012–2013)
Minister of State at the Cabinet Office (2013–2015)
Minister for Universities, Science & Cities (2014–2015)
Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (2015–2016)
Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (2016–2019)
Helen Clark 9 February 1990[52] Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand (1989–1990)
Deputy Leader of the Opposition (1990–1993)
Leader of the Opposition (1993–1999)
Prime Minister of New Zealand (1999–2008)
Lynda Clark, Baroness Clark of Calton App. 6 November 2013[69] Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2013–2019)
Anthony Clarke, Baron Clarke of Stone-cum-Ebony 1998 Lord Justice of Appeal (1998–2005)
Master of the Rolls (2005–2009)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2009–2017)
Charles Clarke 18 July 2001[95] Minister without Portfolio; Labour Party Chair (2001–2002)
Secretary of State for Education and Skills (2002–2004)
Home Secretary (2004–2006)
Sir Christopher Clarke 6 November 2013[69]
11 February 2014[34]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2013–2017)
Kenneth Clarke, Baron Clarke of Nottingham 1984 Minister for Health (1982–1985)
Paymaster General; Minister for Employment (1985–1987)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; Minister at the DTI (1987–1988)
Secretary of State for Health (1988–1990)
Secretary of State for Education and Science (1990–1992)
Home Secretary (1992–1993)
Chancellor of the Exchequer (1993–1997)
Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (2009–2010)[96]
Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (2010–2012)
Minister without portfolio (2012–2014)
Father of the House of Commons (2017–2019)
Matthew Clarke, Lord Clarke 9 October 2008[77]
11 February 2009[97]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2008–2016)
Simon Clarke App. 20 September 2021[98] Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2021–present)
Tom Clarke 20 May 1997[11] Minister for Film and Tourism (1997–1998)
Sir Nick Clegg 30 January 2008[99]
12 March 2008[100]
Leader of the Liberal Democrats (2007–2015)
Deputy Prime Minister and Lord President of the Council (2010–2015)
James Cleverly 28 August 2019[23]
8 October 2019[51]
Chairman of the Conservative Party and Minister without portfolio (2019–2020)
Stanley Clinton Davis, Baron Clinton-Davis 29 July 1998[11] Minister at the Department of Trade and Industry (1997–1998)
Ann Clwyd 13 October 2004[101] Vice-Chair of the Parliamentary Labour Party (2001–2005)
Chair of the Parliamentary Labour Party (2005–2006)
Thérèse Coffey 8 October 2019[51] Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2019–present)
Sir Patrick Coghlin 11 February 2009[97]
18 March 2009[5]
Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (2009–2015)
Lawrence Collins, Baron Collins of Mapesbury 7 February 2007[102]
21 March 2007[103]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2007–2009)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (2009)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2009–2011)
Yvette Cooper 10 October 2007[104]
14 November 2007[105]
Minister for Housing and Planning (2007–2008)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2008–2009)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2009–2010)
Shadow Foreign Secretary (2010–2011)
Shadow Home Secretary (2011–2015)

Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee (2016–present)

John Cope, Baron Cope of Berkeley 1988 Treasurer of the Household; Government Deputy Chief Whip in the Commons (1983–1987)
Paymaster General (1992–1994)
Opposition Chief Whip in the Lords (2001–2007)
Jeremy Corbyn 11 November 2015[106] Leader of the Opposition (2015–2020)
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall 9 June 2016[81] Consort to the Prince of Wales (2005–present)
Jean Corston, Baroness Corston 2003 Chair of the Parliamentary Labour Party (2001–2005)
Hazel Cosgrove, Lady Cosgrove 27 February 2003[107]
8 May 2003[108]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2003–2006)
Stephen Cottrell 21 July 2020[109]
23 June 2021[110]
Archbishop of York (2020–present)
Sir Peter Coulson 24 April 2018[111]
23 May 2018[91]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2018–present)
Geoffrey Cox 11 July 2018[112] Attorney General for England and Wales (2018–2020)
Stephen Crabb 16 July 2014[30] Secretary of State for Wales (2014–2016)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2016)
Robert Lindsay, 29th Earl of Crawford 1972 Minister for Defence (1970–1972)
Minister for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (1972–1974)
Wyatt Creech 24 November 1999[52] Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand (1998–1999)
Deputy Leader of the Opposition (1999–2001)
William Cullen, Baron Cullen of Whitekirk 12 February 1997[11] Lord Justice Clerk (1997–2001)
Lord Justice General (2001–2005)
Jack Cunningham, Baron Cunningham of Felling 1993
29 July 1998[11]
Shadow Foreign Secretary (1992–1994)
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1997–1998)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; Minister for the Cabinet Office (1998–1999)
David Curry 26 June 1996 Minister at the Department for Environment (1993–1997)
Shadow Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1997)
Shadow Secretary of State for Local and Devolved Government (2003–2004)

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Frances D'Souza, Baroness D'Souza 8 July 2009[15] Convenor of the Crossbench peers (2007–2011)
Lord Speaker (2011–2016)
Alistair Darling, Baron Darling of Roulanish 1997
29 July 1998
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1997–1998)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (1998–2002)
Secretary of State for Transport (2002–2006)
Secretary of State for Scotland (2003–2006)
Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (2006–2007)
Chancellor of the Exchequer (2007–2010)
Ara Darzi, Baron Darzi of Denham 8 July 2009[15]
15 October 2009[16]
Minister in the Department of Health (2007–2009)
Sir Ed Davey 8 February 2012[113] Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change (2012–2015)
Liberal Democrat Leader (2020–present)
Ruth Davidson, Baroness Davidson of Lundin Links 15 July 2016[65]
12 October 2016[114]
Leader of the Scottish Conservatives (2011–2019)
Bryan Davies, Baron Davies of Oldham 14 December 2006[115]
7 February 2007[102]
Government Deputy Chief Whip in the Lords (2003–2010)

Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard (2003–2010)

Shadow Spokesperson for HM Treasury (2020–present)

Dame Nicola Davies 7 November 2018[29] Lady Justice of Appeal (2018–present)
Ron Davies 1997 Shadow Secretary of State for Wales (1992–1997)

Secretary of State for Wales (1997–1998)

David Davis 12 February 1997[11] Minister of State for Europe (1994–1997)
Chairman of the Commons Public Accounts Committee (1997–2001)
Chairman of the Conservative Party (2001–2002)
Shadow Secretary of State for the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (2002–2003)
Shadow Home Secretary (2003–2008)
Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (2016–2018)
Sir Nigel Davis 16 November 2011[116]
15 February 2012[117]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2011–present)
Terry Davis 1999 Long-serving MP (1971–2004)
Secretary General of the Council of Europe (2004–2009)
John Gummer, Baron Deben 1985 Chairman of the Conservative Party (1983–1985)
Paymaster General (1984–1985)
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1989–1993)
Secretary of State for the Environment (1993–1997)
Sir Donnell Deeny 11 October 2017[57]
15 November 2017[26]
Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (2017–2019)
Michael de la Bastide 27 July 2004[78] President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (2004–2011)[118]
Bertram Bowyer, 2nd Baron Denham 1981 Government Deputy Chief Whip in the Lords; Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard (1971–1974)
Government Chief Whip in the Lords; Captain of the Gentlemen-at-Arms (1979–1991)
Longest-serving member in the House of Lords (2018–2021)
John Denham 2000 Minister at the Department of Health (1999–2001)
Minister for Policing (2001–2003)
Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills (2007–2009)
Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (2009–2010)
Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition (2011–2013)
Navnit Dholakia, Baron Dholakia 15 December 2010[85]
16 March 2011[54]
Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords (2004–present)
Sir James Dingemans App. 17 December 2019[19] Lord Justice of Appeal (2019–present)
Nigel Dodds, Baron Dodds of Duncairn 9 June 2010[94]
13 October 2010[60]
Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party in the House of Commons (2010–present)
Deputy Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (2008–present)
Sir Jeffrey Donaldson 15 May 2007[119] Junior Minister, Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister (2008–2009)
Michelle Donelan App. 20 September 2021[98] Minister of State for Universities (2020–present)
Stephen Dorrell 1994 Secretary of State for National Heritage (1994–1995)
Secretary of State for Health (1995–1997)
Leeona Dorrian, Lady Dorrian 12 February 2013[46]
9 October 2013[69]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2012–2016)
Lord Justice Clerk (2016–present)
Nadine Dorries 20 September 2021[98] Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (2021–present)
Denzil Douglas 16 November 2011[116]
15 February 2012[117]
Prime Minister of Saint Kitts and Nevis (1995–2015)
Oliver Dowden 25 July 2019[50]
8 October 2019[51]
Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General (2019–2021)
Chairman of the Conservative Party and Minister without Portfolio (2021–present)
Mark Drakeford 13 February 2019[120] First Minister of Wales (2018–present)
Paul Drayson, Baron Drayson 9 October 2008[77]
5 November 2008[121]
Minister for Science and Innovation (2008–2010)
Minister of State for Strategic Defence Acquisition Reform (2009–2010)
James Drummond Young, Lord Drummond Young 9 October 2013[69]
6 November 2013[69]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2013–present)
Sir Alan Duncan 9 June 2010[94] Minister for International Development (2010–2014)
Minister for Europe and the Americas (2016–2019)
Iain Duncan Smith 19 September 2001[38]
31 October 2001[39]
Leader of the Opposition (2001–2003)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2010–2016)
Philip Dunne 13 February 2019[120] MP| (2005–present)
John Dyson, Lord Dyson 14 March 2001[59] Lord Justice of Appeal (2001–2010)[122]
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2010–2012)
Master of the Rolls (2012–2016)

E[edit]

Ronald Mackay, Lord Eassie 14 November 2006[17]
7 February 2007[102]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2006–2015)
Paul East 21 May 1998[52] New Zealand Attorney-General (1990–1997)
Minister of Defence (1996–1997)
High Commissioner from New Zealand to the United Kingdom (1999–2002)
Sir Andrew Edis 10 March 2021[12]
26 May 2021[13]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2021–present)
Sir David Edward 14 December 2005[82]
14 February 2006[123]
Judge at the European Court of Justice (1992–2004)
Temporary judge at the Court of Session (2005–2009)
Timothy Eggar 8 February 1995
15 March 1995[11]
Minister for Energy in the Department of Trade and Industry (1992–1996)[124]
Sir Patrick Elias 18 March 2009[5]
13 May 2009[125]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2009–2017)
Dame Sian Elias 24 November 1999[52]
6 May 2004[126]
Chief Justice of New Zealand (1999–2019)
Dafydd Elis-Thomas, Baron Elis-Thomas 13 October 2004[101] Presiding Officer of the National Assembly for Wales (1999–2011)
Michael Ellis 8 October 2019[51]
12 February 2020[20]
Solicitor General for England and Wales (2019–2021)
Attorney General for England and Wales (2021)
Paymaster General (2021–present)
Tobias Ellwood 12 April 2017[127]
3 May 2017[41]
Minister at the Foreign Office (2014–2017)
Minister at the Ministry of Defence (2017–2019)
Chair of the Defence Select Committee (2020–present)
Nigel Emslie, Lord Emslie 7 April 2011[128]
10 May 2011[55]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2010–2012)
Sir Manuel Esquivel 1986
19 November 1996
Prime Minister of Belize (1984–1989; 1993–1998)
Terence Etherton, Baron Etherton 5 November 2008[121] Lord Justice of Appeal (2008–2013)
Chancellor of the High Court (2013–2016)
Master of the Rolls (2016–present)
Sir Anthony Evans 1992 Lord Justice of Appeal (1992–2000)[129]
Nigel Evans 10 March 2021[12]
26 May 2021[13]
Chairman of Ways and Means (2020–present)
Natalie Evans, Baroness Evans of Bowes Park 15 July 2016[65] Leader of the House of Lords; Lord Privy Seal (2016–present)
Sir David Evennett 19 March 2015[45]
30 March 2015[130]
Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury (2012–2018)

F[edit]

Charles Falconer, Baron Falconer of Thoroton 12 June 2003[131] Lord Chancellor (2003–2007)
Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs (2003–2007)
Secretary of State for Justice (2007)
Shadow Justice Secretary and Shadow Lord Chancellor (2015–2016)

Shadow Attorney General for England and Wales (2020–present)

Shadow Advocate General for Northern Ireland (2020–present)

Sir Michael Fallon 10 September 2012[21]
17 October 2012[37]
Minister of State for Business and Enterprise (2012–2014)
Minister of State at the Department of Energy and Climate Change (2013–2014)
Secretary of State for Defence (2014–2017)
Lynne Featherstone, Baroness Featherstone 16 July 2014[30] Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for International Development (2012–2014)
Minister of State at the Home Office (2014–2015)
Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Energy and Climate Change (2015–present)
Andrew Feldman, Baron Feldman of Elstree 14 May 2015[28] Chairman of the Conservative Party (2010–2016)
Robert Fellowes, Baron Fellowes 1990 Private Secretary to the Queen (1990–1999)
Frank Field, Baron Field of Birkenhead 20 May 1997[11] Minister of Welfare Reform at the Department of Social Security (1997–1998)

Chair of the Work and Pensions Select Committee (2015–2019)

Mark Field 19 March 2015[45] Minister at the Foreign Office (2017–present)
Caroline Flint 30 January 2008[99]
12 March 2008[100]
Minister for Europe (2008–2009)
Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (2010–2011)
Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change (2011–2015)
Sir Julian Flaux 15 February 2017[1] Lord Justice of Appeal (2016–present)
Sir Christopher Floyd 15 May 2013[47]
9 October 2013[69]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2013–present)
Michael Forsyth, Baron Forsyth of Drumlean 8 February 1995[11] Secretary of State for Scotland (1995–1997)
Arlene Foster 15 July 2016[65]
12 October 2016[114]
First Minister of Northern Ireland (2016–2021)
Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (2015–2021)
Don Foster, Baron Foster of Bath 15 December 2010[85]
16 March 2011[54]
Long-serving MP (1992–2015)
Parliamentary Under Secretary at the Department for Communities and Local Government (2012–2013)
Comptroller of the Household (2013–2015)
Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (2016–2017)
George Foulkes, Baron Foulkes of Cumnock[132] 26 June 2002[133]
16 July 2002[134]
Minister for Scotland (2001–2002)
Norman Fowler, Baron Fowler 1979 Secretary of State for Transport[N 3] (1979–1981)
Secretary of State for Social Services (1981–1987)
Secretary of State for Employment (1987–1990)
Chairman of the Conservative Party (1992–1994)
Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Transport and the Regions (1997–1998)
Shadow Home Secretary (1998–1999)
Lord Speaker (2016–2021)
Liam Fox 13 May 2010[8] Secretary of State for Defence (2010–2011)
Secretary of State for International Trade (2016–2019)
Mark Francois 9 June 2010[94] Vice-Chamberlain of the Household (2010–2012)
Minister at the Ministry of Defence (2012–2015)
Minister at the Department for Communities and Local Government (2015–2016)
Minister for Portsmouth (2015–2016)
Lucy Frazer 10 March 2021[12]
21 July 2021[135]
Solicitor General for England and Wales (2019, 2021)
Financial Secretary to the Treasury (2021–present)
Sir Lawrence Freedman 8 July 2009[15]
17 November 2009[136]
Key foreign policy advisor to Tony Blair (c. 1997–2007)
Member of the Iraq Inquiry
Roger Freeman, Baron Freeman 1993 Minister for Public Transport (1990–1995)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1995–1997)
David Freud, Baron Freud 14 May 2015[28] Minister for Welfare Reform (2015–2016)
David Frost, Baron Frost App. 10 March 2021[12] Minister of State for the Cabinet Office (2021–present)
Sir Adrian Fulford 13 June 2013[68]
9 October 2013[69]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2013–present)
Senior Presiding Judge for England and Wales (2016–2017)
Investigatory Powers Commissioner (2017–2019)

G[edit]

Sir William Gage 17 November 2004[137] Lord Justice of Appeal (2004–2008)[138]
Sir Roger Gale 13 February 2019[120] Long-serving MP (1983–present)
Susan Garden, Baroness Garden of Frognal 19 March 2015[45]
30 March 2015[130]
Baroness-in-waiting (2010-2013; 2014-2015)
(Sworn as Privy Counsellor on leaving government)
Edward Garnier, Baron Garnier 19 March 2015[45]
30 March 2015[130]
Long-serving MP (1992–2017)
David Gauke 15 July 2016[65]
12 October 2016[114]
Financial Secretary to the Treasury (2014–2016)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2016–2017)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2017–2018)
Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (2018–2019)
Christopher Geidt, Baron Geidt 25 July 2007[139] Private Secretary to the Queen (2007–2017)
Nick Gibb 16 November 2016[140]
15 February 2017[1]
Minister of State for School Standards (2010–2012; 2015–2021)
Minister of State for School Reform (2014–2015)
Sir Peter Gibson 1993 Lord Justice of Appeal (1993–2005)[141]
Intelligence Services Commissioner (2006–2010)
Chair of the Torture inquiry (2010–2013)[142]
Brian Gill, Lord Gill 26 March 2002[143] Lord Justice Clerk (2001–2012)
Lord President of the Court of Session; Lord Justice General (2012–2015)
Sir John Gillen 10 December 2014[44]
19 March 2015[45]
Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (2014–2017)
Sir Paul Girvan 7 February 2007[102] Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (2007–2015)
Angus Glennie, Lord Glennie 13 July 2016[144]
12 October 2016[114]
Senator of the College of Justice (2005–2020)
Dame Elizabeth Gloster 15 May 2013[47]
13 June 2013[68]
Lady Justice of Appeal (2013–2018)
Sir John Goldring 5 November 2008[121]
11 February 2009[97]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2009–2014)
Senior Presiding Judge for England and Wales (2010–2012)
Intelligence Services Commissioner (2017)
Peter Goldsmith, Baron Goldsmith 26 March 2002[143]
22 May 2002[87]
Attorney General for England and Wales (2001–2007)
Zac Goldsmith, Baron Goldsmith of Richmond Park 8 October 2019[51]
6 November 2019[24]
Minister of State for the International Environment (2019–2020)
Minister of State for the Pacific and the Environment (2019–present)
Alastair Goodlad, Baron Goodlad 1992 Treasurer of the Household; Government Deputy Chief Whip in the Commons (1990–1992)
Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (1992–1995)
Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (1995–1997)
Shadow Leader of the House of Commons; Opposition Chief Whip in the Commons (1997)
Shadow Secretary of State for International Development (1997–1998)
High Commissioner to Australia (2000–2005)
Robert Goodwill 24 April 2018[111]
23 May 2018[91]
Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (2019)
Michael Gove 13 May 2010[8] Secretary of State for Education (2010–2014)
Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury and Government Chief Whip (2014–2015)
Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (2015–2016)
Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2017–2019)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (2019–2021)
Minister for the Cabinet Office (2020–2021)
Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (2021–present)
Sir Doug Graham 21 May 1998[52] New Zealand Minister of Justice (1990–1999)
Attorney-General of New Zealand (1997–1999)
Chris Grayling 9 June 2010[94]
21 July 2010[145]
Minister at the Department of Work and Pensions (2010–2012)
Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (2012–2015)
Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons (2015–2016)
Secretary of State for Transport (2016–2019)
Damian Green 10 September 2012[21]
17 October 2012[37]
Minister for Policing and Criminal Justice (2012–2014)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2016–2017)
First Secretary of State and Minister for the Cabinet Office (2017)
Sir Nicholas Green 7 November 2018[29] Lord Justice of Appeal (2018–present)
Justine Greening 17 October 2011[146] Secretary of State for Transport (2011–2012)
Secretary of State for International Development (2012–2016)
Secretary of State for Education (2016–2018)
Dominic Grieve 9 June 2010[94] Attorney General for England and Wales (2010–2014)
Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee (2015–2019)
Bruce Grocott, Baron Grocott 5 November 2002[31]
20 November 2002[32]
Government Chief Whip in the Lords (2002–2008)
Sir Peter Gross 16 March 2011[54]
10 May 2011[55]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2010–2019)
Senior Presiding Judge for England and Wales (2013–2015)
Ben Gummer 15 July 2016[65]
12 October 2016[114]
Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General (2016–2017)

H[edit]

Sir Charles Haddon-Cave 7 November 2018[29] Lord Justice of Appeal (2018–present)
William Hague, Baron Hague of Richmond 10 July 1995[11] Secretary of State for Wales (1995–1997)
Leader of the Opposition (1997–2001)
Shadow Foreign Secretary; "Senior Member of the Shadow Cabinet" (2005–2010)
Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State (2010–2014)
Leader of the House of Commons and First Secretary of State (2014–2015)
Peter Hain, Baron Hain 18 July 2001[95] Minister for Europe (2000–2002)
Secretary of State for Wales (2002–2008, 2009–2010)
Lord Privy Seal; Leader of the House of Commons (2003–2005)
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (2005–2007)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2007–2008)
Shadow Secretary of State for Wales (2010–2012)
Brenda Hale, Baroness Hale of Richmond 1999 Lord Justice of Appeal (1999–2004)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (2004–2009)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2009–2013)
Deputy President of the Supreme Court (2013–2017)
President of the Supreme Court (2017–2020)
Robert Halfon 14 May 2015[28] Minister without Portfolio, attending Cabinet (2015–2016)
Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party (2015–2016)
Minister of State for Skills (2016–2017)
Heather Hallett, Baroness Hallett 15 November 2005[147] Lady Justice of Appeal (2005–2019)
Nicholas Hamblen, Lord Hamblen 12 April 2016[148]
8 June 2016[149]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2015–2020)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2020–present)
Arthur Hamilton, Lord Hamilton 26 March 2002[143] Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2002–2005)
Lord President of the Court of Session; Lord Justice General (2005–2012)
Archie Hamilton, Baron Hamilton of Epsom 1991 Minister at the Ministry of Defence (1986–1993)
Chairman of the 1922 Committee (1997–2001)
Philip Hammond, Baron Hammond of Runnymede 13 May 2010[8] Secretary of State for Transport (2010–2011)
Secretary of State for Defence (2011–2014)
Foreign Secretary (2014–2016)
Chancellor of the Exchequer (2016–2019)
Matthew Hancock 16 July 2014[30] Minister at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2014–2015)
Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General (2015–2016)
Minister for Digital and Culture (2016–2018)
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (2018)
Secretary of State for Health and Social Care (2018–2021)
Greg Hands 5 March 2014[84] Deputy Conservative Chief Whip in the House of Commons (2013–2015)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2015–2016)
Minister at the Department for International Trade (2016–2018; 2020–2021)
Minister for London (2017–2018)
Minister of State for Business, Energy and Clean Growth (2021–present)
Sir Jeremy Hanley 1994 Chairman of the Conservative Party; Minister without portfolio (1994–1995)
Minister at the Foreign Office (1995–1997)
Sir David Hanson 6 March 2007[150] Minister in the Ministry of Justice (2007–2009)
Minister for Security (2009–2010)
Shadow Financial Secretary to the Treasury (2010–2011)
Shadow Minister at the Home Office (2011–2015)
Andrew Hardie, Baron Hardie 20 May 1997[11] Lord Advocate (1997–2000)
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2010–2012)
Sir Michael Hardie Boys 1 November 1989[52] Court of Appeal of New Zealand (1989–1996)
Governor-General of New Zealand (1996–2001)
Harriet Harman 1997 Secretary of State for Social Security (1997–1998)
Minister for Women and Equality (1997–1998; 2007–2010)
Solicitor General (2001–2005)
Minister in the Department for Constitutional Affairs (2005–2007)
Minister in the Ministry of Justice (2007)
Deputy Leader of the Labour Party; Labour Party Chair (2007–2015)
Leader of the House of Commons; Lord Privy Seal (2007–2010)
Leader of the Labour Party; Leader of the Opposition (2010; 2015)
Mark Harper 14 May 2015[28] Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (2015–2016)
Simon Hart 17 December 2019[19] Secretary of State for Wales (2019–present)
Alan Haselhurst, Baron Haselhurst 1999 Chairman of Ways and Means (1997–2010)
Roy Hattersley, Baron Hattersley 1975 Minister for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (1974–1976)
Secretary of State for Prices and Consumer Protection

(1976–1979)
Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment (1979–1980)
Shadow Home Secretary (1980–1983; 1987–1992)
Deputy Leader of the Labour Party (1983–1992)
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (1983–1987)

Sir John Hayes April 2013[64]
15 May 2013[47]
Minister without portfolio at the Cabinet Office (2013–2014)
Minister of State for Transport (2014–2015; 2016–2018)
Minister at the Home Office (2015–2016)
Helene Hayman, Baroness Hayman 14 February 2001 Minister at the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1999–2001)
Lord Speaker (2006–2011)
Sir Oliver Heald 12 October 2016[114]
16 November 2016[140]
Minister of State for Justice (2016–2017)
John Healey 5 November 2008[121] Minister for Local Government (2007–2009)
Minister of State for Housing and Planning (2009–2010)
Shadow Secretary of State for Health (2010–2011)
Shadow Secretary of State for Housing (2016–2020)

Shadow Secretary of State for Defence (2020–present)

David Heath 19 March 2015[45] Long-serving MP (1997–2015)
David Heathcoat-Amory 14 February 1996[11] Paymaster General (1994–1996)
Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1997–2000)
Shadow Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (2000–2001)
Sir Launcelot Henderson 14 December 2016[151]
15 February 2017[1]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2016–present)
Charles Hendry 19 March 2015[45] Long-serving MP (1992–1997, 2001–2015)
Oliver Eden, 8th Baron Henley 9 January 2013[62]
13 March 2013[63]
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2010-2012)
Minister of State at the Home Office (2011-2012)
Lord-in-waiting (2016-2017)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Work and Pensions (2016-2017)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (2017-2019)
Sir John Henry 19 November 1996[52] Court of Appeal of New Zealand (1995–2000)
Nick Herbert, Baron Herbert of South Downs 9 June 2010[94]
21 July 2010[145]
Minister for Policing and Criminal Justice (2010–2012)
Michael Heseltine, Baron Heseltine 1979 Secretary of State for the Environment (1979–1983; 1990–1992)
Secretary of State for Defence (1983–1986)
President of the Board of Trade (1992–1995)
Deputy Prime Minister; First Secretary of State (1995–1997)
Sir William Heseltine 1986 Private Secretary to the Queen (1986–1990)
Alexander Fermor-Hesketh, 3rd Baron Hesketh 1991 Government Chief Whip in the Lords; Captain of the Gentlemen-at-Arms (1991–1993)
Patricia Hewitt 2001 Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, and Minister for Women (2001–2005)
Secretary of State for Health (2005–2007)
Sir Gary Hickinbottom 3 May 2017[41] Lord Justice of Appeal (2017–2021)
Terence Higgins, Baron Higgins 1979 Financial Secretary to the Treasury (1972–1974)
Long-serving MP (1964–1997)
Sir Malachy Higgins 7 February 2007[102] Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (2007–2014)[152]
Jonathan Hill, Baron Hill of Oareford 9 January 2013[62] Leader of the House of Lords; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (2013–2014)
European Commissioner for Financial Stability Financial Services and Capital Markets Union (2014-2016)
Keith Hill 2003 Minister for London (1999–2001)

Treasurer of the Household (2001–2003)

Minister for Housing and Planning (2003–2005)
Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Prime Minister (2005–2007)

Damian Hinds 11 January 2018[153] Secretary of State for Education (2018–2019)
Patrick Hodge, Lord Hodge 15 May 2013[47]
13 June 2013[68]
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2013–2020)
Deputy President of the Supreme Court (2020–present)
Dame Margaret Hodge 2003 Minister for Children (2003–2005)
Minister for Work (2005–2006)
Minister at the Department of Trade and Industry (2006–2007)
Minister for Culture, Creative Industries and Tourism (2007–2008)
Minister for Department for Culture, Media and Sport (2009–2010)
Chair of the Commons Public Accounts Committee (2010–2015)
Leonard Hoffmann, Baron Hoffmann 1992 Lord Justice of Appeal (1992–1995)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (1995–2009)
Douglas Hogg, 3rd Viscount Hailsham 1992 Minister at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (1992–1995)
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1995–1997)
Andrew Holness App. 26 May 2021[13] Prime Minister of Jamaica (2016–present)
Sir Timothy Holroyde 15 November 2017[26]
8 February 2018[27]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2017–present)
Geoff Hoon 1999 Secretary of State for Defence (1999–2005)
Leader of the House of Commons; Lord Privy Seal (2005–2006)
Minister for Europe (2006–2007)
Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (2007–2008)
Secretary of State for Transport (2008–2009)
Sir Anthony Hooper 6 May 2004[126]
10 June 2004[154]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2004–2012)[155]
David Hope, Baron Hope of Craighead 1989 Lord President of the Court of Session & Lord Justice General (1989–1996)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (1996–2009)
Deputy President of the Supreme Court (2009–2013)
Convenor of the Crossbench peers (2015–2019)
David Hope, Baron Hope of Thornes 1991 Bishop of London (1991–1995)
Archbishop of York (1995–2005)
Sir Peter Hordern 1993 Long-serving MP (1964–1997)
Stewart Hosie App. 10 March 2021[12] SNP Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office (2021–present)
Michael Howard, Baron Howard of Lympne 1990 Secretary of State for Employment (1990–1992)
Secretary of State for the Environment (1992–1993)
Home Secretary (1993–1997)
Shadow Foreign Secretary (1997–1999)
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (2001–2003)
Leader of the Opposition (2003–2005)
Alan Howarth, Baron Howarth of Newport 15 November 2000[18] Minister for the Arts (1998–2001)
Sir George Howarth 12 October 2005[156] Long-serving MP (1986–present)

Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1999-2001)

Frederick Curzon, 7th Earl Howe 9 January 2013[62]
12 February 2013[46]
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department of Health (2010–2015)
Minister of State for Defence (2015–2019)
Deputy Leader of the House of Lords (2015–present)
David Howell, Baron Howell of Guildford 1979 Secretary of State for Energy (1979–1981)
Secretary of State for Transport (1981–1983)
Shadow Deputy Leader of the House of Lords (2005–2010)
Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs (2007–2010)
Minister at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (2010–2012)
Kim Howells 11 February 2009[97]
18 March 2009[5]
Long serving MP (1989–2010)
Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee (2008–2010)
Sir Lindsay Hoyle 12 February 2013[46] Chairman of Ways and Means (2010–2019)
Speaker of the House of Commons (2019–present)
Anthony Hughes, Lord Hughes of Ombersley 19 July 2006[73] Lord Justice of Appeal (2006–2013)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2013–2018)
Beverley Hughes, Baroness Hughes of Stretford 11 February 2004[76] Minister for Immigration and Counter-Terrorism (2002–2004)
Minister for Children (2005–2009)
Minister for the North West (2007–2009)
Sir Simon Hughes 15 December 2010[85]
9 February 2011[61]
Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats (2010–2014)
Minister at the Ministry of Justice (2013–2015)
Jeremy Hunt 13 May 2010[8] Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport (2010–2012)
Secretary of State for Health (2012–2018)
Foreign Secretary (2018–2019)
Jonathan Hunt 1 November 1989[52] Long-serving New Zealand MP (1966–2005)
Chairman of Committees of the New Zealand House of Representatives (1974–1975)
Leader of the House (1987–1990)
Speaker of the New Zealand House of Representatives (1999–2005)
Philip Hunt, Baron Hunt of Kings Heath 8 July 2009[15] Deputy Leader of the House of Lords (2008–2010)
Shadow Deputy Leader of the House of Lords (2010–2011)
David Hunt, Baron Hunt of Wirral 1990 Secretary of State for Wales (1990–1993; Acting 1995)
Secretary of State for Employment (1993–1994)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1994–1995)
Nick Hurd 13 December 2017[157]
8 February 2018[27]
Minister of State for Policing and the Fire Service (2017–2019)
Minister for London (2018–2019)
Minister of State for Northern Ireland (2019)
Douglas Hurd, Baron Hurd of Westwell 1982 Minister of State for Europe (1979–1983)
Minister at the Home Office (1983–1984)
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1984–1985)
Home Secretary (1985–1989)
Foreign Secretary (1989–1995)
John Hutton, Baron Hutton of Furness 18 July 2001[95] Minister for Health (2001–2005)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; Minister for the Cabinet Office (2005)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2005–2007)
Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (2007–2008)
Secretary of State for Defence (2008–2009)

I[edit]

Peter Inge, Baron Inge 11 February 2004[76] Chief of the General Staff (1992–1994; 1994–1997)
Constable of the Tower of London (1996–2001)
Butler Review Committee (2004)
Hubert Ingraham 1993 Prime Minister of the Bahamas (1992–2002; 2007–2012)
Adam Ingram 1999 Junior Minister at the Northern Ireland Office (1997–2001)
Armed Forces Minister at the Ministry of Defence (2001–2007)
Derry Irvine, Baron Irvine of Lairg 1997 Lord Chancellor (1997–2003)
Sir Stephen Irwin 16 November 2016[140]
8 March 2017[158]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2016–present)

J[edit]

Alister Jack 25 July 2019[50] Secretary of State for Scotland (2019–present)
Michael Jack 12 February 1997[11] Financial Secretary to the Treasury (1995–1997)
Shadow Agriculture Minister (1997–1998)
Sir Peter Jackson 15 November 2017[26]
8 February 2018[27]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2017–present)
Sir Rupert Jackson 5 November 2008[121]
11 February 2009[97]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2008–2018)[159]
Sir Robin Jacob 11 February 2004[76] Lord Justice of Appeal (2003–2011)
Sir Francis Jacobs 14 December 2005[82]
14 February 2006[123]
Advocate General in the European Court of Justice (1988–2006)
Robin Janvrin, Baron Janvrin 1998 Deputy Private Secretary to the Queen (1996–1999)
Private Secretary to the Queen (1999–2007)
Sajid Javid 15 April 2014[160] Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (2014–2015)
Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills (2015–2016)
Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (2016–2018)
Home Secretary (2018–2019)
Chancellor of the Exchequer (2019–2020)
Secretary of State for Health and Social Care (2021–present)
Margaret Jay, Baroness Jay of Paddington 29 July 1998[11] Leader of the House of Lords (1998–2001)
Robert Jenrick 25 July 2019[50] Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government (2019–2021)
Alan Johnson 8 October 2003[48] Minister for Higher Education (2003–2004)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2004–2005)
Secretary of State for Trade and Industry; President of the Board of Trade (2005–2006)
Secretary of State for Education and Skills (2006–2007)
Health Secretary (2007–2009)
Home Secretary (2009–2010)
Boris Johnson 15 July 2016[65] Mayor of London (2008-2016)
Foreign Secretary (2016–2018)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2019–present)
Dame Diana Johnson 10 March 2021[12]
21 July 2021[135]
Long-serving MP (2005–present)
Jo Johnson, Baron Johnson of Marylebone 25 July 2019[50]
8 October 2019[51]
Minister of State for Universities (2019)
Barry Jones, Baron Jones 1999 Intelligence and Security Committee (1994–2001)
Carwyn Jones 9 June 2010[94]
21 July 2010[145]
First Minister of Wales (2009–2018)
David Jones 10 September 2012[21] Secretary of State for Wales (2012–2014)
Minister for Europe (2016–2017)
Kevan Jones 24 April 2018[111]
23 May 2018[91]
Long-serving MP (2001–present)

Minister of State for Veterans (2008–2010)

Shadow Minister for the Armed Forces (2010–2016)

Michael Jopling, Baron Jopling 1979 Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (1979–1983)
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1983–1987)
Igor Judge, Baron Judge 26 June 1996[11] Lord Justice of Appeal (1996–2003)
Senior Presiding Judge for England and Wales (1998–2003)
Deputy Lord Chief Justice (2003–2005)
President of the Queen's Bench Division (2005–2008)
Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales (2008–2013)
Chief Surveillance Commissioner (2015–2017)
Convenor of the Crossbench peers (2019–present)

K[edit]

Ajay Kakkar, Baron Kakkar 10 December 2014[44] Chairman of the House of Lords Appointments Commission (2013–2018)
Sir Maurice Kay 11 February 2004[76]
6 May 2004[126]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2004–2014)[161]
Richard Keen, Baron Keen of Elie 11 October 2017[57]
15 November 2017[26]
Advocate General for Scotland (2015–2020)
Sir David Keene 14 February 2001 Lord Justice of Appeal (2000–2009)[161]
Sir Kenneth Keith 21 May 1998[52]
14 November 2001[162]
Court of Appeal of New Zealand (1996–2003)
Supreme Court of New Zealand (2004–2005)
Judge of the International Court of Justice (2006–2015)
Ruth Kelly 2004 Secretary of State for Education and Skills (2004–2006)
Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government; Minister for Women and Equality (2006–2007)
Secretary of State for Transport (2007–2008)
Jane Kennedy 8 October 2003[48]
13 November 2003[163]
Minister for Education and Employment in Northern Ireland (2002–2004)
Minister at the Department of Work and Pensions (2004–2005)
Minister at the Department of Health (2005–2006)
Financial Secretary to the Treasury (2007–2008)
Minister for Farming and the Environment (2008–2009)

Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner (2012–present)

Sir Paul Kennedy 1992 Lord Justice of Appeal (1992–2005)
Vice-President of the Queen's Bench Division (1997–2002)
Sadiq Khan 12 June 2009[164]
8 July 2009[15]
Minister of State for Transport (2009–2010)
Shadow Secretary of State for Transport (2010)
Shadow Secretary of State for Justice (2010–2015)
Shadow Lord Chancellor (2010–2015)
Mayor of London (2016-present)
Dame Eleanor King 10 December 2014[44]
19 March 2015[45]
Lady Justice of Appeal (2014–present)
Tom King, Baron King of Bridgwater 1979 Minister[165] at the Department of the Environment (1979–1983)
Secretary of State for the Environment (1983)
Secretary of State for Transport (1983)
Secretary of State for Employment (1983–1985)
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1985–1989)
Secretary of State for Defence (1989–1992)
Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee (1994–2001)
Derek Emslie, Lord Kingarth 8 March 2006[83]
9 May 2006[166]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2005–2010)
Neil Kinnock, Baron Kinnock 1983 Leader of the Opposition (1983–1992)
European Commissioner for Transport (1995–1999)
Vice-President of the European Commission (1999–2004)
Archy Kirkwood, Baron Kirkwood of Kirkhope 2000 Liberal Democrat Chief Whip in the Lords (1992–1997)
David Kitchin, Lord Kitchin 16 November 2011[116] Lord Justice of Appeal (2011–2018)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2018–present)
Sir Greg Knight 10 July 1995[11] Government Deputy Chief Whip in the Commons (1993–1996)
Minister for Industry (1996–1997)
Vice-Chamberlain of the Household (2012–2013)
Jim Knight, Baron Knight of Weymouth 5 November 2008[121]
11 February 2009[97]
Minister for Schools and Learners (2007–2009)
Minister for Employment and Welfare Reform (2009–2010)
Susan Kramer, Baroness Kramer 10 December 2014[44] Minister of State for Transport (2013–2015)
Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesman (2015–2019)
Kwasi Kwarteng 25 July 2019[50]
8 October 2019[51]
Minister of State for Energy (2019–2021)
Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (2021–present)

L[edit]

Dame Eleanor Laing 13 December 2017[157]
8 February 2018[27]
First Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means (2013–2019)
Chairman of Ways and Means (2020–present)
Dame Elisabeth Laing App. 16 December 2020[167] Lady Justice of Appeal (2020–present)
Sir Norman Lamb 16 July 2014[30] Minister at the Department of Health (2012–2015)
Herbert Laming, Baron Laming 16 July 2014[30] Convenor of the Crossbench peers (2011–2015)
Chairman of Committees (2015–2016)
David Lammy 5 November 2008[121] Minister for Higher Education and Intellectual Property (2008–2010)
Shadow Secretary of State for Justice and Shadow Lord Chancellor (2020–present)
Norman Lamont, Baron Lamont of Lerwick 1986 Financial Secretary to the Treasury (1986–1989)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1989–1990)
Chancellor of the Exchequer (1990–1993)
Mark Lancaster, Baron Lancaster of Kimbolton 13 December 2017[157]
14 March 2018[168]
Minister of State for the Armed Forces (2017–2019)
Ian Lang, Baron Lang of Monkton 1990 Secretary of State for Scotland (1990–1995)
President of the Board of Trade and Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (1995–1997)
Andrew Lansley, Baron Lansley 13 May 2010[8] Secretary of State for Health (2010–2012)
Leader of the House of Commons and Lord Privy Seal (2012–2014)
Sir Kamuta Latasi 26 June 1996[11]
3 January 2008[169]
Prime Minister of Tuvalu (1993–1996)
Speaker of the Parliament of Tuvalu (2006–2014)
Sir David Latham 2000 Lord Justice of Appeal (2000–2009)[161]
David Laws 13 May 2010[8] Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2010)
Minister for the Cabinet Office (2012–2015)
Nigel Lawson, Baron Lawson of Blaby 1981 Secretary of State for Energy (1981–1983)
Chancellor of the Exchequer (1983–1989)
Andrea Leadsom 15 July 2016[65] Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2016–2017)
Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons (2017–2019)
Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (2019–2020)
Sir George Leggatt 24 April 2018[111]
23 May 2018[91]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2018–present)
Sir Edward Leigh 13 February 2019[120] Long-serving MP (1983–present)
Sir Oliver Letwin 26 June 2002[133]
22 October 2002[43]
Shadow Home Secretary (2001–2003)
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (2003–2005)
Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2005)
Chairman of the Policy Review; Chairman of the Conservative Research Department (2005–2010)
Minister at the Cabinet Office (2010–2015)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (2014–2016)
Sir Brian Leveson 14 November 2006[17] Lord Justice of Appeal (2006–2013)
Senior Presiding Judge for England and Wales (2007–2009)[161]
President of the Queen's Bench Division (2013–2019)
Investigatory Powers Commissioner (2019–present)
Brandon Lewis 12 October 2016[114]
16 November 2016[140]
Minister of State for Policing, Fire and Criminal Justice (2016–2017)
Minister of State for Immigration (2017–2018)
Chairman of the Conservative Party (2018–2019)
Minister without Portfolio (2018–2019)
Minister of State for Security (2019–2020)
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (2020–present)
Sir Clive Lewis 11 November 2020[14]
28 April 2021[53]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2020–present)
Julian Lewis 19 March 2015[45]
30 March 2015[130]
Long-serving MP (1997–present)

Chair of the Defence Select Committee (2015–2019)

Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee (2020–present)

Sir Kim Lewison 16 November 2011[116] Lord Justice of Appeal (2011–present)
Helen Liddell, Baroness Liddell of Coatdyke 1998 Economic Secretary to the Treasury (1997–1998)
Secretary of State for Scotland (2001–2003)
High Commissioner to Australia (2005–2009)
Sir David Lidington 15 December 2010[85]
9 February 2011[61]
Minister for Europe (2010–2016)
Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons (2016–2017)
Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (2017–2018)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (2018–2019)
Minister for the Cabinet Office (2018–2019)
Peter Lilley, Baron Lilley 1990 Secretary of State for Trade and Industry; President of the Board of Trade (1990–1992)
Secretary of State for Social Security (1992–1997)
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (1997–1998)
Deputy Leader of the Conservative Party (1998–1999)
Sir Keith Lindblom 4 May 2016[170]
8 June 2016[149]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2015–present)
Edward Llewellyn, Baron Llewellyn of Steep 14 May 2015[28] Downing Street Chief of Staff (2010–2016)
Anthony Lloyd, Baron Lloyd of Berwick 1984 Lord Justice of Appeal (1984–1993)[171]
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (1993–1998)
Sir Peter Lloyd 8 February 1994[89] Minister at the Home Office (1992–1994)
Sir Timothy Lloyd 7 June 2005[10] Lord Justice of Appeal (2005–2013)
David Lloyd Jones, Lord Lloyd-Jones 7 November 2012[22]
12 February 2013[46]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2012–2017)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2017–present)
Elfyn Llwyd 9 February 2011[61]
16 March 2011[54]
Leader of Plaid Cymru in the UK Parliament (1997–2015)
Sir Andrew Longmore 14 March 2001[59] Lord Justice of Appeal (2001–2019)
Richard Luce, Baron Luce 1986 Minister for the Arts (1985–1990)
Governor of Gibraltar (1997–2000)
Lord Chamberlain (2000–2006)
Sir Roderic Lyne 8 July 2009[15]
17 November 2009[136]
Ambassador to the Russian Federation (2000–2004)
Member of the Iraq inquiry

M[edit]

Tommy McAvoy, Baron McAvoy 2003 Comptroller of the Household (1997–2008)
Treasurer of the Household; Government Deputy Chief Whip in the Commons (2008–2010)
Opposition Deputy Chief Whip in House of Lords (2015–2018)

Opposition Chief Whip in the Lords (2018–present)

Shadow Spokesperson for the Northern Ireland Office (2020–present)

Sir Ian McCartney 1999 Minister at the Cabinet Office (1999–2001)
Minister for Pensions (2001–2003)
Minister without portfolio; Labour Party Chair (2003–2006)
Minister of State for Trade (2006–2007)
Sir Bernard McCloskey 8 October 2019[51]
12 February 2020[20]
Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (2019–present)
Sir Liam McCollum 12 February 1997[11] Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (1997–2004)
Surveillance Commissioner (2004–2007)
Sir Richard McCombe 12 December 2012[172]
12 February 2013[46]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2012–2021)
Jack McConnell, Baron McConnell of Glenscorrodale 11 December 2001[173]
12 February 2002[86]
First Minister of Scotland (2001–2007)
Leader of the Scottish Labour Party (2001–2007)
Sir John MacDermott 1987 Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (1987–1998)
Surveillance Commissioner for Northern Ireland (1998–2004)[174][175]
Gus Macdonald, Baron Macdonald of Tradeston 1999 Minister of State for Transport (1999–2001)
Minister for the Cabinet Office; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (2001–2003)
John McDonnell 12 October 2016[114]
16 November 2016[140]
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (2015–2020)
Pat McFadden 5 November 2008[121] Minister for Employment Relations and Postal Affairs (2007–2009)
Minister at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2009–2010)
Shadow Minister for Europe (2014–2016)

Shadow Economic Secretary to the Treasury (2020–present)

John McFall, Baron McFall of Alcluith 10 June 2004[154]
27 July 2004[78]
Chair of the Treasury Select Committee (2001–2010)
Senior Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords (2016–2021)
Lord Speaker (2021–present)
Sir Andrew McFarlane 12 October 2011[176]
16 November 2011[116]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2011–2018)
President of the Family Division (2018–present)
John MacGregor, Baron MacGregor of Pulham Market 1985 Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1985–1987)
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1987–1989)
Secretary of State for Education and Science (1989–1990)
Lord President of the Council; Leader of the House of Commons (1990–1992)
Secretary of State for Transport (1992–1994)
Dame Anne McGuire 5 November 2008[121]
11 February 2009[97]
Assistant Government Whip (1998–2001)

Lord Commissioner of the Treasury (2001–2002)

Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Scotland (2002–2005)

Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Disabled People (2005–2008)

Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition (2010–2011)
Shadow Minister for Disabled People (2011–2013)

Ken Macintosh 16 November 2016[140] Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament (2016–2021)
Andrew MacKay 1998 Treasurer of the Household; Deputy Government Chief Whip in the Commons (1996–1997)
Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1997–2001)
James Mackay, Baron Mackay of Clashfern 1979 Lord Advocate (1979–1984)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (1985–1987)
Lord Chancellor (1987–1997)
Lord Clerk Register (2007–present)
Sir Don McKinnon 8 April 1992[52] Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand (1990–1996)
Minister of Foreign Affairs (1990–1999)
Commonwealth Secretary-General (2000–2008)
Ranald MacLean, Lord MacLean 31 October 2001[39] Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2001–2005)
Henry McLeish 15 November 2000[18]
14 November 2001[162]
Minister of State for Scotland (1997–1999)

Minister for Enterprise and Lifelong Learning (1999–2000)

First Minister of Scotland (2000–2001)

Patrick McLoughlin, Baron McLoughlin 22 June 2005[177] Opposition Chief Whip in the Commons (2005–2010)
Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (2010–2012)
Secretary of State for Transport (2012–2016)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (2016–2018)
Chairman of the Conservative Party (2016–2018)
Tom McNally, Baron McNally 16 December 2004[178]
9 February 2005[79]
Liberal Democrat Leader in the House of Lords (2004–2013)
Minister at the Ministry of Justice (2010–2013)
Tony McNulty 25 July 2007[139] Lord Commissioner of the Treasury (2001–2002)

Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport (2003–2004)

Minister of State for Immigration, Citizenship and Nationality (2005–2006)

Minister for Security, Counter-Terrorism, Crime and Policing (2006–2008)
Minister for Employment and Welfare Reform (2008–2009)

Minister for London (2008–2009)

Fiona Mactaggart 19 March 2015[45]
30 March 2015[130]
Long-serving MP (1997–2017)
Esther McVey App. 5 March 2014[84] Minister at the Department for Work and Pensions (2013–2015)
Treasurer of the Household; Government Deputy Chief Whip in the Commons (2017–2018)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2018)
Minister of State for Housing and Planning (2019–2020)
Dame Julia Macur 9 October 2013[69]
6 November 2013[69]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2013–present)
Senior Presiding Judge for England and Wales (2017–2019)
Sir Paul Maguire App. 10 March 2021[12] Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (2021–present)
Sir John Major 1987 Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1987–1989)
Foreign Secretary (1989)
Chancellor of the Exchequer (1989–1990)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1990–1997)
Leader of the Opposition; Shadow Foreign Secretary (1997)
Colin Campbell, Lord Malcolm 11 February 2015[179]
19 March 2015[45]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2014–present)
Sir Stephen Males 13 February 2019[120]
13 March 2019[180]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2018–present)
Mark Malloch Brown, Baron Malloch-Brown 25 July 2007[139] Minister for Africa, Asia and the United Nations (2007–2009)
Kit Malthouse App. 20 September 2021[98] Minister of State for Crime and Policing (2019–present)
Jonathan Mance, Baron Mance 1999 Lord Justice of Appeal (1999–2005)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (2005–2009)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2009–2017)
Deputy President of the Supreme Court (2017–2018)
Peter Mandelson, Baron Mandelson 29 July 1998[11] Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (1998)
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1999–2001)
European Commissioner for Trade (2004–2008)
Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (2008–2009)
President of the Board of Trade (2008–2010)
Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills; First Secretary of State; Lord President of the Council (2009–2010)
Michael Bruce, Lord Marnoch 18 July 2001[95]
31 October 2001[39]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2001–2005)
Tricia Marwick 17 October 2012[37]
7 November 2012[22]
Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament (2011–2016)
Michael Mates 11 February 2004[76] Butler Review Committee (2004)
Francis Maude, Baron Maude of Horsham 1992 Financial Secretary to the Treasury (1990–1992)
Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (1997–1998)
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (1998–2000)
Shadow Foreign Secretary (2000–2001)
Chairman of the Conservative Party (2005–2007)
Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office (2007–2010)
Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General (2010–2015)
Minister for Trade and Investment (2015–2016)
Sir Anthony May 18 March 1998[11] Lord Justice of Appeal (1997–2002)
Vice-President of the Queen's Bench Division (2002–2008)
President of the Queen's Bench Division (2008–2011)
Theresa May 17 July 2003[181] Chairman of the Conservative Party (2002–2003)
Shadow Secretary of State for Environment and Transport (2003–2004)
Shadow Secretary of State for the Family (2004–2005)
Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (2005)
Shadow Leader of the House of Commons (2005–2009)
Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2009–2010)
Minister for Women and Equalities (2010–2012)
Home Secretary (2010–2016)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2016–2019)
David Mellor 1990 Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1990–1992)
Secretary of State for National Heritage (1992)
Duncan Menzies, Lord Menzies 14 March 2012[182] Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2012–present)
Alun Michael 1998 Deputy Home Secretary; Minister for Home Affairs (1997–1998)
Secretary of State for Wales (1998–1999)
First Secretary for Wales; Leader of Welsh Labour (1999–2000)
Minister of State for Rural Affairs (2001–2005)
Minister of State for Industry and the Regions (2005–2006)

South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner (2012–present)

Alan Milburn 1998 Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1998–1999)
Secretary of State for Health (1999–2003)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; Minister for the Cabinet Office (2004–2005)

Chair of the Social Mobility Commission (2012–2017)

Chancellor of Lancaster University (2015–present)

David Miliband 7 May 2005[72] Minister of State for Communities and Local Government (2005–2006)
Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2006–2007)
Foreign Secretary (2007–2010)
Ed Miliband 29 June 2007[183] Minister for the Cabinet Office; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (2007–2008)
Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change (2008–2010)
Leader of the Opposition (2010–2015)

Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (2020–present)

Maria Miller 10 September 2012[21] Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (2012–2014)
Minister for Women and Equalities (2012–2014)
Amanda Milling 19 February 2020[67] Chairman of the Conservative Party and Minister without Portfolio (2020–2021)
Minister of State for Asia (2021–present)
Anne Milton 19 March 2015[45] Vice-Chamberlain of the Household (2014–2015)
Deputy Chief Whip and Treasurer of the Household (2015–2017)
Minister of State for Skills (2017–2019)
Andrew Mitchell 13 May 2010[8] Secretary of State for International Development (2010–2012)
Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (2012)
Sir James Mitchell 1985 Premier of St Vincent (1972–1974)
Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (1984–2000)
Keith Mitchell App. 10 March 2004[93] Prime Minister of Grenada (1995–2008; 2013–present)
Michael Moore 9 June 2010[94] Secretary of State for Scotland (2010–2013)
Sir Martin Moore-Bick 7 June 2005[10]
22 June 2005[177]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2005–2016)
Penny Mordaunt 15 November 2017[26] Secretary of State for International Development (2017–2019)
Secretary of State for Defence (2019)
Paymaster General (2020–2021)
Minister of State for Trade (2021–present)
Sir Declan Morgan 9 December 2009[184]
10 February 2010[185]
Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland (2009–present)
Nicky Morgan, Baroness Morgan of Cotes 15 April 2014[160] Minister for Women and Equalities (2014–2016)
Secretary of State for Education (2014–2016)
Chair of the Treasury Select Committee (2017–2019)
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (2019–2020)
Estelle Morris, Baroness Morris of Yardley 1999 Minister in the Department for Education and Employment (1997–2001)
Secretary of State for Education and Skills (2001–2002)
Minister for the Arts (2003–2005)
John Morris, Baron Morris of Aberavon 1970 Minister at the Ministry of Defence (1968–1970)
Secretary of State for Wales (1974–1979)
Shadow Attorney General for England and Wales (1983–1997)
Attorney General for England and Wales and for Northern Ireland (1997–1999)
Sir Andrew Morritt 2 November 1994
24 November 1994[11]
Lord Justice of Appeal (1994–2000)
Vice-Chancellor (2000–2005)
Chancellor of the High Court (2005–2013)
Sir Alan Moses 15 November 2005[147] Lord Justice of Appeal (2005–2014)
Sir Andrew Moylan 11 October 2017[57]
15 November 2017[26]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2017–present)
Frank Mulholland, Lord Mulholland 13 July 2011[66]
12 October 2011[176]
Lord Advocate (2011–2016)
Dame Sarah Mullally 14 March 2018[168] Bishop of London (2018–present)
Sir John Mummery 15 October 1996
19 December 1996[11]
Lord Justice of Appeal (1996–2013)
Sir James Munby 17 November 2009[136]
10 February 2010[185]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2009–2013)
President of the Family Division (2013–2018)
David Mundell 9 June 2010[94]
21 July 2010[145]
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Scotland Office (2010–2015)
Secretary of State for Scotland (2015–2019)
Jim Murphy 9 October 2008[77] Secretary of State for Scotland (2008–2010)
Shadow Secretary of State for Defence (2010–2013)
Shadow Secretary of State for International Development (2013–2014)
Leader of the Scottish Labour Party (2014–2015)
Paul Murphy, Baron Murphy of Torfaen 1999 Secretary of State for Wales (1999–2002; 2008–2009)
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (2002–2005)
Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee (2005–2008)
Andrew Murrison 22 May 2019[186] Minister of State for the Middle East and for International Development (2019–present)
Said Musa App. 12 October 2005[156] Prime Minister of Belize (1998–2008)

N[edit]

Sir Rabbie Namaliu 1989 Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (1988–1992)
Michael Morris, Baron Naseby 1994 Chairman of Ways and Means (1992–1997)
Richard Needham, 6th Earl of Kilmorey 1994 Minister of State for Trade (1992–1995)
David Neuberger, Baron Neuberger of Abbotsbury 11 February 2004[76]
6 May 2004[126]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2004–2007)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (2007–2009)
Master of the Rolls (2009–2012)
President of the Supreme Court (2012–2017)
Pauline Neville-Jones, Baroness Neville-Jones 9 June 2010[94] Minister for Security (2010–2011)
Richard Newby, Baron Newby 5 March 2014[84] Liberal Democrats Chief Whip in the House of Lords (2012–2016)
Leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords (2016–present)
Sir Guy Newey 15 November 2017[26]
14 March 2018[168]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2017–present)
Sir Michael Nicholson 17 May 1995[11] Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (1995–2007)
William Nimmo Smith, Lord Nimmo Smith 7 June 2005[10] Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2005–2009)
Caroline Nokes 11 January 2018[153]
14 March 2018[168]
Minister of State for Immigration (2018–2019)
Jesse Norman 6 November 2019[24]
12 February 2020[20]
Financial Secretary to the Treasury (2019–2021)
Lindsay Northover, Baroness Northover 19 March 2015[45]
30 March 2015[130]
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for International Development (2014–2015)
Sir John Nott 1979 Secretary of State for Trade (1979–1981)
Secretary of State for Defence (1981–1983)
Sir Christopher Nugee 11 November 2020[14]
28 April 2021[53]
High Court Judge (2013-2020)

Lord Justice of Appeal (2020–present)

O[edit]

Mike O'Brien 12 June 2009[164]
8 July 2009[15]
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Immigration (1997-2001)

Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (2002-2003)

Minister of State for Trade (2003-2004)

Minister of State for Trade and Industry (2004-2005)

Solicitor General for England and Wales (2005-2007)

Minister of State for Pensions (2007-2008)

Minister of State for Energy (2008-2009)

Minister of State for Health Services (2009–2010)

Stephen O'Brien 13 March 2013[63]
15 May 2013[47]
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department for International Development (2010–2012)
Sally Oppenheim-Barnes, Baroness Oppenheim-Barnes 1979 Minister of State for Department of Trade (1979–1982)
George Osborne 13 May 2010[8] Chancellor of the Exchequer (2010–2016)
Kenneth Osborne, Lord Osborne 18 July 2001[95]
31 October 2001[39]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2001–2011)
Sir Richard Ottaway 9 October 2013[69]
6 November 2013[69]
Long-serving MP (1983–1987; 1992–2015)
Sir Philip Otton 8 February 1995[11] Lord Justice of Appeal (1995–2001)
David Owen, Baron Owen 1976 Minister of State at the Foreign Office (1976–1977)
Foreign Secretary (1979–1979)
Leader of the Social Democratic Party (1983–1987; 1988–1990)

P[edit]

Bikenibeu Paeniu 1991 Prime Minister of Tuvalu (1989–1993; 1996–1999)
Sir Jim Paice 15 December 2010[85]
16 March 2011[54]
Minister for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2010–2012)
Sir Geoffrey Palmer 23 December 1985[52] Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand (1984–1989)
Prime Minister of New Zealand (1989–1990)
Dame Janet Paraskeva 21 July 2010[145]
10 November 2010[187]
Member of the Torture inquiry (2010–present)[142]
Sir Jonathan Parker 10 August 2000[7]
15 November 2000[18]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2000–2007)
Andrew Parker, Baron Parker of Minsmere App. 28 April 2021[53] Lord Chamberlain (2021–present)
Priti Patel 14 May 2015[28] Minister for Employment (2015–2016)
Secretary of State for International Development (2016–2017)
Home Secretary (2019–present)
Owen Paterson 13 May 2010[8] Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (2010–2012)
Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2012–2014)
Ann Paton, Lady Paton 10 October 2007[104] Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2007–present)
Chris Patten, Baron Patten of Barnes 1989 Secretary of State for the Environment (1989–1990)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1990–1992)
Governor of Hong Kong (1992–1997)
European Commissioner for External Relations (1999–2004)
John Patten, Baron Patten 1990 Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Home Affairs (1987–1992)
Secretary of State for Education (1992–1994)
Sir Nicholas Patten 8 July 2009[15]
17 November 2009[136]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2009–present)
P. J. Patterson 1993 Prime Minister of Jamaica (1992–2006)
Sir Geoffrey Pattie 1987 Junior minister at Ministry of Defence (1979–1983)
Minister at the Department of Trade and Industry (1983–1987)
Swraj Paul, Baron Paul 8 July 2009[15]
15 October 2009[16]
Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords and Deputy Chairman of Committees (2008–2010)
William Peel, 3rd Earl Peel 14 November 2006[17] Lord Chamberlain (2006–2021)
Tom Pendry, Baron Pendry 14 February 2001 Long-serving MP (1970–2001)
Sir Mike Penning 5 March 2014[84] Minister of State at the Department for Work and Pensions (2013–2014)
Minister of State at the Ministry of Justice (2014–2016)
Minister of State for the Armed Forces (2016–2017)
George William Penrose, Lord Penrose 18 July 2001[95]
31 October 2001[39]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2001–2005)
Paul Cullen, Lord Pentland 2 September 2020[188]
28 April 2021[53]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2020–present)
Claire Perry 11 January 2018[153]
14 March 2018[168]
Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth (2018–2019)
Winston Peters 21 May 1998[52] Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand (1996–1998; 2017–2020)
Treasurer of New Zealand (1996–1998)
Minister of Foreign Affairs (2005–2008; 2017–2020)
Alexander Philip, Lord Philip 15 November 2005[147]
14 February 2006[123]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2005–2007)
Sir Stephen Phillips App. 12 February 2020[20] Lord Justice of Appeal (2019–present)
Nicholas Phillips, Baron Phillips of Worth Matravers 23 November 1995 Lord Justice of Appeal (1995–1999)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (1999–2000)
Master of the Rolls (2000–2005)
Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales (2005–2008)
Senior Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (2008–2009)
President of the Supreme Court (2009–2012)
Erick Pickles, Baron Pickles 13 May 2010[8] Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (2010–2015)
Christopher Pincher 12 December 2018[189]
13 February 2019[120]
Treasurer of the Household; Government Deputy Chief Whip in the Commons (2018–2019)
Minister of State for Europe and the Americas (2019–present)
Sir Malcolm Pill 8 February 1995[11] Lord Justice of Appeal (1995–2013)
Sir Andrew Popplewell App. 17 December 2019[19] Lord Justice of Appeal (2019–present)
Michael Portillo 1992 Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1992–1994)
Secretary of State for Employment (1994–1995)
Secretary of State for Defence (1995–1997)
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (2000–2001)
Sir Mark Potter 26 June 1996
23 July 1996[11]
Lord Justice of Appeal (1996–2005)
President of the Family Division (2005–2010)
Usha Prashar, Baroness Prashar 8 July 2009[15]
15 October 2009[16]
Member of the Iraq Inquiry
Dawn Primarolo, Baroness Primarolo 26 June 2002[133]
16 July 2002[134]
Paymaster General (1999–2007)
Minister for Public Health (2007–2009)
Minister for Children, Young People and Families (2009–2010)
Mark Pritchard 10 March 2021[12]
21 July 2021[135]
Long-serving MP (2005–present)
Sir Tomasi Puapua 1982 Prime Minister of Tuvalu (1981–1989)
Governor-General of Tuvalu (1998–2003)
James Purnell 28 June 2007[35] Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (2007–2008)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2008–2009)

Q[edit]

Joyce Quin, Baroness Quin 1998 Minister of State for Europe (1998–1999)

R[edit]

Dominic Raab 11 July 2018[112] Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (2018)
Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State (2019–2021)
Deputy Prime Minister, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (2021–present)
Giles Radice, Baron Radice 1999 Chair of the Treasury Select Committee (1997–2001)
Dame Anne Rafferty 12 October 2011[176]
16 November 2011[116]
Lady Justice of Appeal (2011–2020)
Angela Rayner 10 March 2021[12]
21 July 2021[135]
Shadow First Secretary of State and Deputy Leader of the Opposition (2020–present)
Nick Raynsford 14 February 2001
14 March 2001[59]
Minister for Local Government (2001–2002)
Minister in the Deputy Prime Minister's Office (2002–2005)
John Randall, Baron Randall of Uxbridge 9 June 2010[94]
13 October 2010[60]
Treasurer of the Household and Deputy Chief Whip (2010–2013)
Sir John Redwood 1993 Secretary of State for Wales (1993–1995)
Shadow Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (1997–1999)
Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions (1999–2000)
Shadow Secretary of State for Deregulation (2005)
Robert Reed, Baron Reed of Allermuir 30 January 2008[99]
12 February 2008[190]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2008–2012)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2012–2018)
Deputy President of the Supreme Court (2018–2020)
President of the Supreme Court (2020–present)
Jacob Rees-Mogg 25 July 2019[50] Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons (2019–present)
Sir George Reid 13 October 2004[101] Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament (2003–2007)
John Reid, Baron Reid of Cardowan 29 July 1998[11] Minister of State for Transport (1998–1999)
Secretary of State for Scotland (1999–2001)
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (2001–2002)
Minister without portfolio; Labour Party Chair (2002–2003)
Leader of the House of Commons and Lord President of the Council (2003)
Secretary of State for Health (2003–2005)
Secretary of State for Defence (2005–2006)
Home Secretary (2006–2007)
Sir David Richards 4 May 2016[170]
13 July 2016[144]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2015–present)
Sir Stephen Richards 15 November 2005[147] Lord Justice of Appeal (2005–2016)
Peter Riddell 21 July 2010[145]
10 November 2010[187]
Member of the Detainee Inquiry (2010–2011)[142][191]
Sir Malcolm Rifkind 1986 Secretary of State for Scotland (1986–1990)
Secretary of State for Transport (1990–1992)
Secretary of State for Defence (1992–1995)
Foreign Secretary (1995–1997)
Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2005)
Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee (2010–2015)
Sir Colin Rimer 14 November 2007[105] Lord Justice of Appeal (2007–2014)
Sir Bernard Rix 2000 Lord Justice of Appeal (2000–2013)
Andrew Robathan, Baron Robathan 15 December 2010[85]
9 February 2011[61]
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry of Defence (2010–2012)
Minister of State for the Armed Forces (2012–2013)
Minister at the Northern Ireland Office (2013–2014)
Angus Robertson 10 September 2015
8 October 2015[71]
SNP Westminster Group Leader (2007–2017)
George Robertson, Baron Robertson of Port Ellen 1997 Secretary of State for Defence (1997–1999)
Secretary General of NATO (1999–2004)
Sir Hugh Robertson 10 September 2012[21]
17 October 2012[37]
Minister of State for Sport (2010–2013)
Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (2013–2014)
Peter Robinson 15 May 2007[119] Deputy Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (1980–2008)
First Minister of Northern Ireland (2008–2016)
Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (2008–2015)
Sir John Roch 1993 Lord Justice of Appeal (1993–2000)[192]
William Rodgers, Baron Rodgers of Quarry Bank 1975 Secretary of State for Transport[N 4] (1976–1979)
Shadow Secretary of State for Defence (1979–1980)
Leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords (1997–2001)
Jeff Rooker, Baron Rooker 1999 Minister at the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1997–1999)
Minister at the Department of Social Security (1999–2001)
Minister of State for Immigration (2001–2002)
Minister of State for Housing and Planning (2002–2003)
Minister for Children in Northern Ireland (2005–2006)
Minister at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2006–2008)
Sir Christopher Rose 1992 Lord Justice of Appeal (1992–2006)
Chief Surveillance Commissioner (2006–2015)[193]
Dame Vivien Rose 13 February 2019[120]
13 March 2019[180]
Lady Justice of Appeal (2018–present)
Donald Ross, Lord Ross 1985 Lord Justice Clerk (1985–1997)
Janet Royall, Baroness Royall of Blaisdon 30 January 2008[99]
12 March 2008[100]
Government Chief Whip in the Lords; Captain of the Gentlemen-at-Arms (2008)
Leader of the House of Lords (2008–2010)
Lord President of the Council (2008–2009)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (2009–2010)
Leader of the Opposition in the House of Lords (2010–2015)
Amber Rudd 14 May 2015[28] Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change (2015–2016)
Home Secretary (2016–2018)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2018–2019)
Dame Joan Ruddock 9 June 2010[94]
13 October 2010[60]
Minister of State for Energy (2009–2010)
Joan Ryan 25 July 2007[139] Special Representative to Cyprus (2007–2008)
Sir Ernest Ryder 15 May 2013[47]
13 June 2013[68]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2013–present)
Senior President of Tribunals (2015–present)
Richard Ryder, Baron Ryder of Wensum 1990 Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (1990–1995)

S[edit]

Sir Tim Sainsbury 1992 Minister for Trade (1990–1992)
Minister for Industry (1992–1994)
Philip Sales, Lord Sales 10 December 2014[44]
19 March 2015[45]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2014–2019)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2019–present)
Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 7th Marquess of Salisbury
(prev. Viscount Cranborne)
1994 Leader of the House of Lords and Lord Privy Seal (1994–1997)
Leader of the Opposition in the House of Lords (1997–1998)
Alex Salmond 13 June 2007[194]
25 July 2007[139]
First Minister of Scotland (2007–2014)
Sir Lloyd Erskine Sandiford 1989 Prime Minister of Barbados (1987–1994)
Mark Saville, Baron Saville of Newdigate 1994 Lord Justice of Appeal (1994–1997)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (1997–2009)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2009–2010)
Bloody Sunday Inquiry (1998–2010)
Liz Saville Roberts 13 March 2019[180] Leader of Plaid Cymru in the House of Commons (2017–present)
Dame Joan Sawyer 27 July 2004[78]
12 October 2005[156]
President of the Court of Appeal of the Bahamas (2001–2010)
Sir Konrad Schiemann 17 May 1995[11] Lord Justice of Appeal (1995–2003)
Judge at the European Court of Justice (2004–2012)
Patricia Scotland, Baroness Scotland of Asthal 18 July 2001[95] Attorney General (2004–2010)
Commonwealth Secretary-General (2016–present)
Richard Scott, Baron Scott of Foscote 1991 Lord Justice of Appeal (1991–1994)
Vice-Chancellor (1994–2000)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (2000–2009)
Sir Stephen Sedley 1999 Lord Justice of Appeal (1999–2011)
James Douglas-Hamilton, Baron Selkirk of Douglas 26 June 1996
23 July 1996[11]
Junior minister at the Scottish Office (1987–1997)
John Sentamu, Baron Sentamu 15 November 2005[147] Archbishop of York (2005–2020)
Grant Shapps 9 June 2010[94]
21 July 2010[145]
Minister of State at the Department for Communities and Local Government (2010–2012)
Minister without Portfolio and Chairman of the Conservative Party (2012–2015)
Minister of State at both DfID and FCO (2015)
Secretary of State for Transport (2019–present)
Alok Sharma 25 July 2019[50] Secretary of State for International Development (2019–2020)
Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (2020–2021)
President for COP26 (2020–present)
Dame Victoria Sharp 6 November 2013[69]
11 February 2014[34]
Lady Justice of Appeal (2013–2019)
President of the Queen's Bench Division (2019–present)
Sir John Sheil 16 December 2004[178]
9 February 2005[79]
Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (2004–2006)[195][196]
Alec Shelbrooke 8 October 2019[51]
6 November 2019[24]
MP (2010–present)
Gillian Shephard, Baroness Shephard of Northwold 1992 Secretary of State for Employment (1992–1993)
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1993–1994)
Secretary of State for Education (1994–1997)
Shadow Leader of the House of Commons (1997–1998)
Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Transport and the Regions (1998–1999)
Dame Jenny Shipley 21 May 1998[52] Prime Minister of New Zealand (1997–1999)
Leader of the Opposition (1999–2001)
Clare Short 1997 Secretary of State for International Development (1997–2003)
Dame Ingrid Simler 10 July 2019[197]
12 February 2020[20]
Lady Justice of Appeal (2019–present)
Sir Kennedy Simmonds 1984 Prime Minister of Saint Kitts and Nevis (1983–1995)
Mark Simmonds 10 December 2014[44] Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (2012-2014)
(Sworn as Privy Counsellor on leaving government)
Sir Peregrine Simon 11 November 2015[106] Lord Justice of Appeal (2015–2020)
Keith Simpson 19 March 2015[45] Long-serving MP (1997–2019)
Ian Sinclair 1977 Australian government minister (1965–1972; 1975–1983)
Sir Rabinder Singh 15 November 2017[26]
14 March 2018[168]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2017–present)
Chris Skidmore 8 October 2019[51]
6 November 2019[24]
Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation (2019–2020)
Sir Christopher Slade 1982 Lord Justice of Appeal (1982–1991)
Andrew Smith 20 May 1997[11] Minister for Employment (1997–1999)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1999–2002)
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2002–2004)
Angela Smith, Baroness Smith of Basildon 12 June 2009[164]
8 July 2009[15]
Parliamentary Secretary at the Cabinet Office (2009–2010)
Opposition Deputy Chief Whip in House of Lords (2012–2015)
Leader of the Opposition in the House of Lords (2015–present)
Anne Smith, Lady Smith App. 12 February 2013[46] Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2012–present)
Chris Smith, Baron Smith of Finsbury 1997 Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (1997–2001)
Jacqui Smith 8 October 2003[48]
11 February 2004[76]
Deputy Minister for Women (2003–2005)
Minister of State for Schools (2005–2006)
Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (2006–2007)
Home Secretary (2007–2009)
Dame Janet Smith 17 December 2002[198]
27 February 2003[107]
Lady Justice of Appeal (2002–2011)
Julian Smith 6 November 2017[199]
15 November 2017[26]
Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (2017–2019)
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (2019–2020)
Sir Nicholas Soames 13 July 2011[66] Parliamentary Secretary at the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1992–1994)
Minister of State for the Armed Forces (1994–1997)
Shadow Secretary of State for Defence (2003–2005)
Enele Sopoaga App. 14 March 2018[168] Prime Minister of Tuvalu (2013–2019)
Anna Soubry 14 May 2015[28] Minister for Small Business (2015–2016)
John Spellar 18 July 2001[95] Minister of State for Transport (2001–2003)
Minister of State at the Northern Ireland Office (2003–2005)
Government Deputy Chief Whip in the House of Commons (2008–2010)
Shadow Minister at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (2010–2015)
Dame Caroline Spelman 13 May 2010[8] Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2010–2012)
Second Church Estates Commissioner (2015–2020)
Mark Spencer 25 July 2019[50]
8 October 2019[51]
Government Chief Whip in the House of Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (2019–present)
Sir John Stanley 1984 Minister for the Armed Forces (1983–1987)
Minister of State at the Northern Ireland Office (1987–1988)
Sir Keir Starmer 19 July 2017[56] Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (2016–2020)
Leader of the Opposition (2020–present)
David Steel, Baron Steel of Aikwood 1977 Leader of the Liberal Party (1976–1988)
Leader of the Liberal Democrats (1988)
Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament (1999–2003)
Ben Stephens, Lord Stephens of Creevyloughgare 11 October 2017[57]
15 November 2017[26]
Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (2017–2020)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2020–present)
Bob Stewart App. 10 March 2021[12] MP (2010–present)
Rory Stewart 3 May 2019[200] Secretary of State for International Development (2019)
Tina Stowell, Baroness Stowell of Beeston 16 July 2014[30] Leader of the House of Lords and Lord Privy Seal (2014–2016)
Gavin Strang 1997 Minister of State for Transport (1997–1998)
Thomas Galbraith, 2nd Baron Strathclyde 28 June 1995[11] Government Chief Whip in the Lords (1995–1997)
Opposition Chief Whip in the Lords (1997–1998)
Leader of the Opposition in the Lords (1998–2010)
Leader of the House of Lords; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (2010–2013)
Jack Straw 1997 Home Secretary (1997–2001)
Foreign Secretary (2001–2006)
Leader of the House of Commons (2006–2007)
Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (2007–2010)
Acting Shadow Deputy Prime Minister; Shadow Lord Chancellor and Shadow Secretary of State for Justice (2010)
Mel Stride 3 May 2017[41]
14 June 2017[42]
Financial Secretary to the Treasury and Paymaster General (2017–2019)
Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons (2019)
Chair of the Treasury Select Committee (2019–present)
Freundel Stuart App. 11 December 2013[33] Prime Minister of Barbados (2010–2018)
Gisela Stuart, Baroness Stuart of Edgbaston 10 September 2015
8 October 2015[71]
Long-serving MP (1997–2017)
Sir Jeremy Stuart-Smith 11 November 2020[14]
23 June 2021[110]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2020–present)
Sir Murray Stuart-Smith 1988 Lord Justice of Appeal (1988–2008)
Andrew Stunell, Baron Stunell 10 September 2012[21]
7 November 2012[22]
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department of Communities and Local Government (2010–2012)
Nicola Sturgeon 20 November 2014[201] First Minister of Scotland (2014–present)
Sir Jeremy Sullivan 11 February 2009[97]
18 March 2009[5]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2009–2015)
Senior President of Tribunals (2012-2015)
Jonathan Sumption, Lord Sumption 14 December 2011[202]
15 February 2012[117]
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2012–2018)
Rishi Sunak 25 July 2019[50]
6 November 2019[24]
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2019–2020)
Chancellor of the Exchequer (2020–present)
Ranald Sutherland, Lord Sutherland 14 February 2001 Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (?–2001)
Sir Desmond Swayne 13 July 2011[66] Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Prime Minister (2010–2012)
Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury (2012–2013)
Vice-Chamberlain of the Household (2013–2014)
Minister for International Development (2014–2016)
Sir Hugo Swire 15 December 2010[85]
9 February 2011[61]
Minister of State at the Northern Ireland Office (2010–2012)
Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (2012–2016)
Elizabeth Symons, Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean 14 February 2001
14 March 2001[59]
Minister of State for Trade (2001–2003)
Minister of State at the Foreign Office (2003–2005)
Deputy Leader of the House of Lords (2003–2005)

T[edit]

Mark Tami 12 December 2018[189]
13 February 2019[120]
Long-serving MP (2001–present)

Opposition Paring Whip (2010–present)

Ann Taylor, Baroness Taylor of Bolton 1997 Leader of the House of Commons; Lord President of the Council (1997–1998)
Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (1998–2001)
Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee (2001–2005)
Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology (2007–2008)
Minister for International Defence and Security (2008–2010)
John Taylor, Baron Taylor of Holbeach 10 December 2014[44] Government Chief Whip in the Lords; Captain of the Gentlemen-at-Arms (2014–2019)
Norman Tebbit, Baron Tebbit 1981 Secretary of State for Employment (1981–1983)
Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (1983–1985)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Chairman of the Conservative Party (1985–1987)
Dame Kathryn Thirlwall 12 April 2017[127]
3 May 2017[41]
Lady Justice of Appeal (2017–present)
Senior Presiding Judge for England and Wales (2020–present)
Sir Ted Thomas 19 November 1996[52] Justice of the Court of Appeal of New Zealand (1995–2001)
John Thomas, Baron Thomas of Cwmgiedd 8 October 2003[48]
11 February 2004[76]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2003–2011)
Senior Presiding Judge for England and Wales (2003–2006)
President of the Queen's Bench Division (2011–2013)
Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales (2013–2017)
Nick Thomas-Symonds App. 10 March 2021[12] Shadow Home Secretary (2020–present)
Emily Thornberry 15 February 2017[1] Shadow Foreign Secretary (2016–2020)
Shadow First Secretary of State (2017–2020)

Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade (2020–present)

Sir Mathew Thorpe 23 November 1995[11] Lord Justice of Appeal (1995–2013)
John Sinclair, 3rd Viscount Thurso 16 July 2014[30] Long-serving MP (2001–15)
Chairman of the Finance and Services Committee (2010–2015)
Stephen Timms 9 May 2006[166] Financial Secretary to the Treasury (1999–2001; 2004–2005; 2008–2010)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2006–2007)
Minister of State for Competitiveness (2007–2010)
Shadow Minister for Employment (2010–2015)
Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (2015)
Sir Andrew Tipping 21 May 1998[52]
22 May 2002[87]
Justice of the Court of Appeal of New Zealand (1997–2004)
Justice of the Supreme Court of New Zealand (2004–2012)
Sir Stephen Tomlinson 16 March 2011[54]
10 May 2011[55]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2010–2017)
Don Touhig, Baron Touhig 19 July 2006[73] Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry of Defence (2005–2006)
Sir Colman Treacy 7 November 2012[22]
12 February 2013[46]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2012–present)
David Trefgarne, 2nd Baron Trefgarne 1989 Minister for Trade and Industry (1989–1990)
Longest-serving member in the House of Lords (2021–present)
Anne-Marie Trevelyan 2020 Secretary of State for International Development (2020)
Minister of State for Business, Energy and Clean Growth (2021)
Secretary of State for International Trade and President of the Board of Trade (2021–present)
David Trimble, Baron Trimble 1997 Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party (1995–2005)
First Minister of Northern Ireland (1998–2001; 2001–2002)
Elizabeth Truss 16 July 2014[30] Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2014–2016)
Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (2016–2017)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (2017–2019)
Secretary of State for International Trade and President of the Board of Trade (2019–2021)
Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs (2021–present)
Sir Simon Tuckey 1998 Lord Justice of Appeal (1998–2009)
Alan Turnbull, Lord Turnbull 12 October 2016[114]
16 November 2016[140]
Senator of the College of Justice (2006–present)
Paul Tyler, Baron Tyler 5 March 2014[84] Long-serving MP (1974; 1992–2005) and peer (2005–present)
Andrew Tyrie, Baron Tyrie 16 July 2014[30] Chairman of the Treasury Select Committee (2010–2017)

U[edit]

Edward Lister, Baron Udny-Lister 10 March 2021[12]
21 July 2021[135]
Prime Minister's Chief Strategic Advisor (2019–2020)
Nicholas Lowther, 2nd Viscount Ullswater 1994 Minister for the Department of the Environment
Sir Nicholas Underhill 15 May 2013[47]
13 June 2013[68]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2013–present)
Simon Upton 14 December 1999[52]
14 November 2001[162]
New Zealand Minister of Health (1990–1993)
Minister for the Environment (1990–1999)
Minister of Research, Science and Technology (1990–1996)
Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment (2017–present)

V[edit]

Shriti Vadera, Baroness Vadera 8 July 2009[15]
15 October 2009[16]
Parliamentary Under-Secretary in the Department for International Development (2007–2008)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary in the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (2007–2009)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary in the Cabinet Office (2008–2009)
Edward Vaizey, Baron Vaizey of Didcot 15 July 2016[65]
12 October 2016[114]
Minister of State for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries (2010–2016)
(Appointed as Privy Counsellor on leaving government)
Keith Vaz 19 July 2006[73]
10 October 2006[203]
Minister for Europe (1999–2001)
Valerie Vaz 8 October 2019[51]
12 February 2020[20]
Shadow Leader of the House of Commons (2016–present)
Theresa Villiers 9 June 2010[94]
21 July 2010[145]
Minister of State for Transport (2010–2012)
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (2012–2016)
Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2019–present)
Sir Geoffrey Vos 6 November 2013[69]
11 February 2014[34]
Lord Justice of Appeal (2013–2016)
Chancellor of the High Court (2016–present)

W[edit]

Sir John Waite 1993 Lord Justice of Appeal (1993–1997)
John Wakeham, Baron Wakeham 1983
William Waldegrave, Baron Waldegrave of North Hill 1990 Secretary of State for Health (1990–1992)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1992–1994)
Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1994–1995)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1995–1997)
Charles, Prince of Wales 1977 Heir apparent
Robert Walker, Baron Walker of Gestingthorpe 30 October 1997[11] Lord Justice of Appeal (1997–2002)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (2002–2009)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2009–2013)
Ben Wallace 12 April 2017[127]
3 May 2017[41]
Minister of State at the Home Office (2016–2019)
Secretary of State for Defence (2019–present)
William Wallace, Baron Wallace of Saltaire 10 September 2012[21]
7 November 2012[22]
Lord-in-waiting (2010–2015)
Jim Wallace, Baron Wallace of Tankerness 13 December 2000[204] Leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats (1992–2005)
Deputy First Minister of Scotland (1999–2005)
Minister for Justice (Scotland) (1999–2003)
Minister for Enterprise and Lifelong Learning (Scotland) (2003–2005)
Advocate General for Scotland (2010–2015)
Leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords (2013–2016)
Sir Mark Waller 1996 Lord Justice of Appeal (1996–2010)
Intelligence Services Commissioner (2011–2016)
Sir Mark Warby App. 10 March 2021[12] Lord Justice of Appeal (2021–present)
Sir Alan Ward 15 March 1995[11] Lord Justice of Appeal (1995–2013)
Norman Warner, Baron Warner 19 July 2006[73] Minister in the Department for Health (2005–2007)
Sayeeda Warsi, Baroness Warsi 13 May 2010[8] Minister without Portfolio and Chairman of the Conservative Party (2010–2012)
Senior Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (2012–2014)
Sir Ronald Weatherup 10 February 2016[205] Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (2015–2017)
Sir Steve Webb 16 July 2014[30] Minister at the Department for Work and Pensions (2010–2015)
Sir Reginald Weir 10 February 2016[205] Lord Justice of Appeal, Northern Ireland (2015–2017)
Justin Welby 12 February 2013[46]
13 March 2013[63]
Archbishop of Canterbury (2013–present)
Alan West, Baron West of Spithead 9 June 2010[94]
13 October 2010[60]
Minister for Security and Counter-Terrorism (2007–2010)
John Wheatley, Lord Wheatley 6 March 2007[150]
2 May 2007[206]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2007–2011)
Sir John Wheeler 1993 Minister for Security, Northern Ireland Office (1993–1997)
John Whittingdale 14 May 2015[28] Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (2015–2016)
Minister of State for Media and Data (2020–2021)
Larry Whitty, Baron Whitty 12 October 2005[156] General Secretary of the Labour Party (1985–1994)
Lord-in-waiting (1997–1998)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for roads and road safety issues (1998–2001)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Farming, Food and Sustainable Energy (2001–2005)
Ann Widdecombe 12 February 1997[11] Minister for Prisons (1995–1997)
Shadow Secretary of State for Health (1998–1999)
Shadow Home Secretary (1999–2001)
Dafydd Wigley, Baron Wigley 30 October 1997[11] Long-serving MP (1974–2001)
Welsh Assembly Member (1999–2003)
Plaid Cymru Leader (1991–2000)
David Willetts, Baron Willetts 9 June 2010[94] Minister of State for Universities and Science (2010–2014)
See Prince William, Duke of Cambridge for Prince William.
Rowan Williams, Baron Williams of Oystermouth 20 November 2002[32]
17 December 2002[198]
Archbishop of Canterbury (2002–2012)
Gavin Williamson 14 May 2015[28] Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Prime Minister (2013–2016)
Government Chief Whip in the Commons and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (2016–2017)
Secretary of State for Defence (2017–2019)
Secretary of State for Education (2019–2021)
Jenny Willott 10 December 2014[44] Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2013-2014)
(Sworn as Privy Counsellor on leaving government)
Michael Wills, Baron Wills 5 November 2008[121] Minister in the Ministry of Justice (2007–2010)
Brian Wilson 17 July 2003[181] Special Representative on Overseas Trade (2003–2005)
Nicholas Wilson, Lord Wilson of Culworth 15 November 2005[147] Lord Justice of Appeal (2005–2011)
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2011–2020)
Sammy Wilson 13 December 2017[157]
8 February 2018[27]
MP (2005–present)
Paias Wingti 1987 Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (1985–1988; 1992–1994)
Dame Rosie Winterton 19 July 2006[73] Minister at the Department of Health (2003–2007)
Minister of State for Transport (2007–2008)
Minister for the Work and Pensions (2008–2009)
Minister for Yorkshire and the Humber (2008–2010)
Minister for Regional Economic Development and Co-ordination (2009–2010)
Shadow Leader of the House of Commons (2010)
Opposition Chief Whip in the House of Commons (2010–2016)
Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons (2017–2019)
First Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means (2020–present)
James Wolffe 12 October 2016[114]
16 November 2016[140]
Lord Advocate (2016–present)
Shaun Woodward 28 June 2007[35] Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (2007–2010)
Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (2010–2011)
Harry Woolf, Baron Woolf 1986 Lord Justice of Appeal (1986–1992)
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (1992–1996)
Master of the Rolls (1996–2000)
Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales (2000–2005)
Stephen Woolman, Lord Woolman 2 September 2020[188]
28 April 2021[53]
Senator of the College of Justice, Inner House (2020–present)
Jeremy Wright 16 July 2014[30] Attorney General for England and Wales (2014–2018)
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (2018–2019)

X[edit]

Y[edit]

Sir Edward Young 11 October 2017[57] Private Secretary to the Queen (2017–present)
George Young, Baron Young of Cookham 1993 Financial Secretary to the Treasury (1994–1995)
Secretary of State for Transport (1995–1997)
Shadow Leader of the House of Commons (2009–2010)
Leader of the House of Commons and Lord Privy Seal (2010–2012)
Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury and Government Chief Whip (2012–2014)
David Young, Baron Young of Graffham 1984 Minister without Portfolio (1984–1985)
Secretary of State for Employment (1985–1987)
Secretary of State for Trade and Industry & President of the Board of Trade (1987–1989)

Z[edit]

Nadhim Zahawi 20 September 2021[98] Secretary of State for Education (2021–present)

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Members may be appointed "by order" or "by command". In the former case, two orders are recorded: one for the appointment and one reflecting the person has taken the oath (or affirmation). Members appointed by command are appointed at the meetings at which they are sworn, generating an order only for the oath. Where there is one date listed and it is preceded by "App.", the person has been appointed by order but not sworn. Where only one date is shown, from October 2000 forward it means the person was appointed by command. Full dates before October 2000 are gleaned from Leigh Rayment's list of Privy Counsellors 1969–present, and bare years from the Privy Council's list of current members. It is not clear whether these are dates of appointment or oath.
  2. ^ Reported roles and dates conflict.
  3. ^ Called "Minister for Transport" until 1981.
  4. ^ Rodgers was Minister for Transport while still a Labour MP. He was later part of the "Gang of Four" Labour MPs who split off to form the Social Democrat Party, which later merged with the Liberal Party.

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