Minister of Health and Local Government

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The Minister of Health and Local Government was a member of the Executive Committee of the Privy Council of Northern Ireland (Cabinet) in the Parliament of Northern Ireland which governed Northern Ireland from 1922 to 1972. The post was created in 1944 and was renamed Minister of Health and Social Services in 1965.

# Name Took Office Prime Minister Party
1. William Grant 1 June 1944 Brookeborough UUP
2. Dehra Parker 26 August 1949 Brookeborough UUP
Post vacant 13 March 1957 Brookeborough
3. Jack Andrews 26 March 1957 Brookeborough UUP
4. William James Morgan 17 February 1961 Brookeborough, O'Neill UUP
5. William Craig 22 July 1964 O'Neill UUP
6. William James Morgan 1 January 1965 O'Neill UUP
7. Robert Porter 27 January 1969 O'Neill UUP
8. William Fitzsimmons 12 March 1969 O'Neill, Chichester-Clark, Faulkner UUP


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