We shall have to have a serious talk," the Prime Minister
said, "in a few days' time.
The Prime Minister
hasn't brought a valet; he's brought a secretary instead," observed Fisher.
The jewelled order of his knighthood went back to the Indian Government, and a new Prime Minister
was appointed to the charge of affairs, and a great game of General Post began in all the subordinate appointments.
But he worships strange gods," said the prime minister
Each member of the Cabinet was informed of it yesterday, but the pledge of secrecy which attends every Cabinet meeting was increased by the solemn warning which was given by the Prime Minister
You will go and write your letter to the Prime Minister
now, won't you?
And now to business," said the prime minister
, a very fat man.
The ambitious cardinal, who was prime minister
to Henry VIII.
Felix Sweetsir, being near-sighted, was obliged to fit his eye-glass in position before he could recognize the prime minister
of Lady Lydiard's household.
I make no manner of doubt but that, in this light, we may see the imaginary future chancellor just called to the bar, the archbishop in crape, and the prime minister
at the tail of an opposition, more truly happy than those who are invested with all the power and profit of those respective offices.
The prime minister
," she said, "is obliged in these unsettled days to inform the queen of all that is happening from time to time, without exciting the curiosity or remarks of the court.
A vision of English history, King following King, Prime Minister Prime Minister
, and Law Law had come over him while his wife spoke.