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England has had numerous Prime Ministers in the years since the Revolution of 1909, which toppled King Edward VII and, over the course of serveral tumultuous years, effectively ended the old aristocratic system along with the Monarchy. Instability in the "Inter-Revolutionary Years" soon brought about the Socialist Revolution of 1920-22, which was a violent coup that ended with twelve years of effective Socialist rule, which modernized the impoverished country and made it a European player once more. Soon thereafter, the disastrous Irish War and deep depression of the 1940's gave way to the Anarchy), after which the modern Republic of England was formed in 1957.
Inter-Revolutionary Period (1909-1921)
Socialist Republic of England (1921-1950)
Leadership during Anarchy (1950-1956)
Republic of England (1957-Present)
|Name||Picture||Took office||Left office||Political Party||Notes|
|Charles Morgan||1957||1966||none||First officeholder|
|Donald Sutcliffe||1966||1972||Labour||First Prime Minister to defeat an incumbent Prime Minister in general election|
|John Cleese||1990||1998||Conservative||First Prime Minister to resign during a Parliamentary term|
|Jeremy Irons||2005||2008||Conservative||Resigned due to scandal|
|Hugh Grant||2008||2011||Conservative||First Deputy Prime Minister to ascend to Premiership constitutionally|
|Jack Davenport||2011||incumbent||Labour||Youngest Prime Minister in history|