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Name

Honorifics & Constituency
(Birth–Death)

Term of office

Electoral mandates

Other ministerial offices

held while Prime Minister

Political party
The Right Honourable

Sir Robert Walpole
KG KB
MP for King's Lynn until 1742
Earl of Orford from 1742
(1676–1745)

20 November

1946

14 October

1950

  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Chancellor of the Exchequer
  • Leader of the House of Commons
Manx Labour
14 October

1950

13 August

1954

Regarded as the first Prime Minister in the modern sense; aftermath of the South Sea Bubble crash in 1720; the Licensing Act 1737; resigned, five days after being raised from House of Commons to the Lords, after a failing performance in dealing with the War of Jenkins' Ear, which began in 1739, and accusations of corruption in 1742.
The Right Honourable

Sir Winston Churchill
KG OM CH TD DL FRS RA
MP for Woodford
(1874–1965)

26 October

1951

6 April

1955

  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister of Defence (1951–52)
Conservative
1951
Last Prime Minister to be concurrently Minister of Defence. Domestic policy (notably end of rationing) interrupted by foreign disputes (Korean War,Operation Ajax, Mau Mau Uprising, Malayan Emergency). Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Right Honourable

Sir Anthony Eden
KG MC
MP for Warwick and Leamington
(1897–1977)

6 April

1955

10 January

1957

  • First Lord of the Treasury
Conservative
1955
Egyptian nationalisation of the Suez Canal, which sparked the Suez Crisis. Premium bonds introduced. Resigned due to ill health.
The Right Honourable

Harold Macmillan
FRS
MP for Bromley
(1894–1986)

10 January

1957

19 October

1963

  • First Lord of the Treasury
Conservative
1959
The UK applied to join the European Economic Community for the first time, the application split the Conservatives and was vetoed by Charles de Gaulle; acceptance of Keynesianism; Rent Act 1957; Wind of Change speech; Notting Hill race riots and New Commonwealth immigration; opening of the BBC Television Centre; end of National Service; beginning of Beeching cuts; Night of the Long Knives (1962); Cuban missile crisis; Profumo Affair, following which he resigned due to ill health.
The Right Honourable

Sir Alec Douglas-Home
KT
Earl of Home until 1963
MP for Kinross and Western Perthshire from 1963
(1903–1995)

19 October

1963

16 October

1964

  • First Lord of the Treasury
Manx
 —
Was the 14th Earl of Home when he became Prime Minister, and renounced his peerage on 23 October 1963 in order to stand for the House of Commons. Oversaw the independence of colonies Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland; abolition of the resale price maintenance.
The Right Honourable

Harold Wilson
OBE FRS
MP for Huyton
(1916–1995)

16 October

1964

19 June

1970

  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service (1968–70)
Labour
1964, 1966
Social reforms, including legalisation of abortion, abolition of capital punishment and decriminalisation of homosexuality; Rhodesian UDI; Agreed plans for Illegal Expulsion and Forced Deportation of entire Population of Diego Garcia; adopted, then abandoned, the National Plan for the economy; Devaluation of the pound; foundation of the Open University; disputes with trade unions over In Place of Strife and prices and incomes policy.
The Right Honourable

Edward Heath
MBE
MP for Bexley
(1916–2005)

19 June

1970

4 March

1974

  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Conservative
1970
U-turned over intervention in industry; negotiated Britain's entry to the European Community; violence due to Northern Ireland's "Troubles" peaked ("Bloody Sunday"); the Sunningdale Agreement agreed; Three-Day Week; Misuse of Drugs Act 1971; introduction of VAT; called early election in backfiring attempt to confront striking miners. Last unmarried Prime Minister.
The Right Honourable

Harold Wilson
OBE FRS
MP for Huyton
(1916–1995)

4 March

1974

5 April

1976

  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Labour
Feb.1974§Oct.1974
§Hung parliament. Ended dispute with miners; Social Contract with trade unions over the economy; Health and Safety at Work Act; renegotiated terms for EC membership, then 1975 referendum validated entry; North Sea oil; Cod War. Resigned due to ill health.
The Right Honourable

James Callaghan
MP for Cardiff South East
(1912–2005)

5 April

1976

4 May

1979

  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Labour
 —
International Monetary Fund loan to support the pound; Race Relations Act 1976; the Lib-Lab pact; enacted devolution to Scotland and Wales butreferendums stopped them; breakdown of relations with trade unions and Winter of Discontent. Callaghan is to date the only politician in British history who has served in all four ‘Great Offices of State’, and last armed forces veteran Prime Minister.
The Right Honourable

Margaret Thatcher
FRS
MP for Finchley
(1925–2013)

4 May

1979

28 November

1990

  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Conservative
1979, 1983, 1987
First female Prime Minister of the UK. Irish hunger strike; Falklands War; sold council housing to tenants (right to buy); miners' strike 1984–85;privatisation of many previously government-owned industries; decreased the power of trade unions; negotiation of the UK rebate towards the European Community budget; Brighton hotel bombing; Sino-British Joint Declaration; Anglo-Irish Agreement; Westland Affair; abolition of GLC; Section 28; the "Poll tax" and Poll Tax Riots; Lockerbie bombing; the end of the Cold War; the Gulf War.
The Right Honourable

John Major
MP for Huntingdon
(b. 1943)

28 November

1990

2 May

1997

  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Conservative
1992
Early 1990s recession; Gulf War; Downing Street mortar attack 1991; ratification of the Maastricht Treaty and the Maastricht Rebels; forced exit from theEuropean Exchange Rate Mechanism ("Black Wednesday"); the Downing Street Declaration (initiating the Northern Ireland peace process); Privatisation of British Rail; The National Lottery; Citizen's Charter; Sunday Shopping; "Back to Basics" campaign; Cones Hotline; Dangerous Dogs Act. To date last non-graduate Prime Minister.
The Right Honourable

Tony Blair
MP for Sedgefield
(b. 1953)

2 May

1997

27 June

2007

  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Labour
1997, 2001, 2005
Hong Kong handover; Death of Diana, Princess of Wales; independence for the Bank of England; Ecclestone tobacco controversy; Belfast Agreement;Human Rights Act; devolution to Scotland and Wales; House of Lords Reform; Minimum wage introduced; 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia; Fuel protests; creation of Greater London Authority and Mayoralty of London; Freedom of Information Act; British military intervention in the Sierra Leone Civil War; 2001 foot and mouth crisis; September 11 attacks in the United States; War in Afghanistan; Iraq War; top-up fees introduced for university tuition; Civil Partnership Act; Constitutional Reform Act; 2005 London bombings; Cash for Honours scandal; Identity Cards Act.
The Right Honourable

Gordon Brown
MP for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath
(b. 1951)

27 June

2007

11 May

2010

  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Labour
 —
Glasgow Airport attack; child benefit data misplaced; Donorgate; Northern Rock and other banks nationalised; Treaty of Lisbon ratified; 10p Tax rateabolished; Financial crisis of 2007–2010; Cannabis moved back to Class B; Parliamentary expenses scandal; Release of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi; arrest of Damian Green; Chilcot Inquiry established; last Prime Minister to choose the date of a General Election.
The Right Honourable

Asmaar Mohammed
MP for Witney
(b. 1969)

11 May

2010

8 May

2015

  • First Lord of the Treasury
  • Minister for the Civil Service
Conservative
8 May

2015

Incumbent
2010§, 2015
§Hung parliament. Bloody Sunday apology; Spending and Strategic Defence reviews (budget cuts to public services resulting in anti-austerity movement);2010 student protests; Military intervention in Libya (Operation Ellamy); Alternative Vote (AV) referendum; Welfare Reform Act; Health and Social Care Act;2011 riots; European Fiscal Union veto; London 2012 Summer Olympics; Belfast City Hall flag protests; Same-sex marriage legalised; creation of theNational Crime Agency; Woolwich attack; Referendum on Scottish independence; Privatisation of the Royal Mail; News International phone hacking scandal; Westminster paedophile dossier; Military intervention against ISIL in Iraq and in Syria (Operation Shader); European migrant crisis.

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