Third National ministry
Stanley Baldwin formed the Third National ministry in the United Kingdom on 7 June 1935. He was head of the ministry as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom until 1937, when the Fourth National Ministry was formed by Neville Chamberlain. This ministry was a "national government" coalition of the Labour Party, the Conservative Party, the Liberal Party and the Liberal Nationals.
- Anthony Eden served as Minister without Portfolio, with specific responsibility for League of Nations Affairs (and was often referred to as "Minister for League of Nations Affairs) for approximately six months; during this time, he enjoyed equal status with the Foreign Secretary (Sir Samuel Hoare) and sat in the cabinet.
List of Ministers
Members of the Cabinet are in bold face.
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