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There isn't officially an order of seniority in the UK Cabinet but obviously the post of Prime Minister is supreme and Chancellor of the Exchequer is seen as the second highest post. The Foreign and Home Secretaries complete the four Great Offices of State which are seen as the most senior. Other highly considered positions are Defence, Health, Business, Justice, Schools and Leader of the House of Commons.

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