("Culture Secretary" redirects here. For the Scottish Culture Secretary, see Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs.) Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, or informally Culture Secretary, is a United Kingdom cabinet position with responsibility for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The role was created in 1992 by John Major as Secretary of State for National Heritage. The first to fill the role, David Mellor, dubbed it "Minister of Fun". On the 14th July 2016 Theresa May appointed Karen Bradley to the post.

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  • ("Culture Secretary" redirects here. For the Scottish Culture Secretary, see Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs.) Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, or informally Culture Secretary, is a United Kingdom cabinet position with responsibility for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The role was created in 1992 by John Major as Secretary of State for National Heritage. The first to fill the role, David Mellor, dubbed it "Minister of Fun". On the 14th July 2016 Theresa May appointed Karen Bradley to the post. (en)
  • El Secretario de Estado para la Cultura, Medios de Comunicación y Deporte (en inglés, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, informalmente Secretario de Cultura) es una Secretaría de Estado con responsabilidades hacia el Departamento para la Cultura, Medios de Comunicación y Deporte. El cargo fue creado en 1992 por John Major, bajo el nombre de "Secretario de Estado para el Patrimonio Nacional". El primer titular, David Mellor, lo llamó "Ministro de la Diversión". (es)
  • Au Royaume-Uni, le secrétaire d'État à la Culture, aux Médias et au Sport (officieusement Secrétaire à la Culture) est le membre du Cabinet responsable du département de la Culture, des Médias et du Sport. Le poste a été créé en 1992 par John Major en tant que secrétaire d'État pour le patrimoine national. Le premier à occuper le poste est David Mellor, aussi surnommé « Minister of Fun ». (fr)
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  • the Sovereign, on the advice of the Prime Minister
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  • ("Culture Secretary" redirects here. For the Scottish Culture Secretary, see Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs.) Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, or informally Culture Secretary, is a United Kingdom cabinet position with responsibility for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The role was created in 1992 by John Major as Secretary of State for National Heritage. The first to fill the role, David Mellor, dubbed it "Minister of Fun". On the 14th July 2016 Theresa May appointed Karen Bradley to the post. (en)
  • El Secretario de Estado para la Cultura, Medios de Comunicación y Deporte (en inglés, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, informalmente Secretario de Cultura) es una Secretaría de Estado con responsabilidades hacia el Departamento para la Cultura, Medios de Comunicación y Deporte. El cargo fue creado en 1992 por John Major, bajo el nombre de "Secretario de Estado para el Patrimonio Nacional". El primer titular, David Mellor, lo llamó "Ministro de la Diversión". (es)
  • Au Royaume-Uni, le secrétaire d'État à la Culture, aux Médias et au Sport (officieusement Secrétaire à la Culture) est le membre du Cabinet responsable du département de la Culture, des Médias et du Sport. Le poste a été créé en 1992 par John Major en tant que secrétaire d'État pour le patrimoine national. Le premier à occuper le poste est David Mellor, aussi surnommé « Minister of Fun ». (fr)
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  • Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (en)
  • Secretario de Estado para la Cultura, Medios de Comunicación y Deporte (es)
  • Secrétaire d'État à la Culture, aux Médias et au Sport (fr)
  • Ministrowie kultury, mediów i sportu Wielkiej Brytanii (pl)
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