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- United Kingdom : Constitutional monarchy which includes England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
- Government of the United Kingdom
- Great Offices of State : Four most senior posts in the government of the United Kingdom: Prime Minister, Chancellor of the Exchequer (finance minister), Foreign Secretary (foreign minister), and Home Secretary (internal affairs minister).
- Home Office : Add brief definition or description
- Amber Rudd : UK Home Secretary (internal affairs minister) since July 2016; previously minister for energy and climate change and current MP for Hastings and Rye (born 1963).
Previous Home Secretaries
- Theresa May : Prime Minister of the United Kingdom since 13th July 2016 and leader of the Conservative Party since 11th July 2016; Home Secretary (responsible for internal affairs) 2010-2016 who has held various positions in government and Opposition since 1999; Member of Parliament for Maidenhead since 1997 (born 1956).
- Alan Johnson : Add brief definition or description
- Jacqui Smith : Add brief definition or description
- John Reid : Add brief definition or description
- Charles Clarke : Add brief definition or description
- David Blunkett : Add brief definition or description
- Jack Straw : Add brief definition or description
- Michael Howard : Add brief definition or description
- Parliament of the United Kingdom : The supreme legislative body in the United Kingdom its territories.
Great Offices of State
- Prime Minister of the United Kingdom : The head of the British government, usually the leader of the largest political party in the House of Commons.
- Chancellor of the Exchequer : The head of the department of the British government that administers the public revenue, including the receipt and expenditure of money for public services.
- Foreign Secretary : Foreign minister in the UK Government, responsible for relations with foreign countries including those of the Commonwealth.