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List of Cabinet Committees

Cabinet and Cabinet Committees are groups of ministers that can take collective decisions that are binding across government.

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List of Cabinet Committees and their members as at 16 November 2017

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Cabinet and Cabinet Committees are groups of ministers that can take collective decisions that are binding across government. The Cabinet is the supreme decision-making body in government, dealing with the big issues of the day and the government’s overall strategy. Cabinet Committees reduce the burden on Cabinet by enabling collective decisions to be taken by a smaller group of ministers. The composition and terms of reference of Cabinet Committees are a matter for the Prime Minister.

Published 16 September 2010
Last updated 16 November 2017 + show all updates
  1. Updated committee list
  2. Updated list of committees
  3. Updated 20 July 2017.
  4. Two new Sub-Committees, chaired by the Prime Minister, have been established following the triggering of Article 50.
  5. Updated list of Cabinet Committees and their members.
  6. List of Cabinet Committees and their members as at 11 April 2016
  7. Updated the list of Cabinet Committees and their members.
  8. Updated with Cabinet Committees list as at 2 December 2014.
  9. Added Devolution Committee membership list.
  10. Updated list of Cabinet Committees and their members.
  11. Updated list of Cabinet Committees and members
  12. Added membership of Local Growth Committee
  13. First published.