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Picture Name Born - Died Party General Elections Term Notes
Pitt the Younger
William Pitt May 28, 1759 - January 23, 1806 Tory December 19, 1783 - December 15, 1805
Charles James Fox by Karl Anton Hickel
Charles James Fox January 24, 1749 - September 13, 1806 Whig 1805 December 15, 1805 - September 13, 1806
Earl Grey
Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey March 13, 1764 - July 17, 1846 Whig September 13, 1806 - November 1, 1806 Fox's natural successor. However, his liberal views meant that he couldn't form a unity government. Resigned in favor of Grenville.
Baron Grenville
William Grenville, 1st Baron Grenville October 25, 1759 - January 12, 1834

Whig (All Party Coalition)

November 1, 1806 - June 16, 1809
Liverpool
Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Li


verpool

June 7, 1770 - December 4, 1828 Tory

1809

1813

June 16, 1809 - June 20, 1815
George Canning by Richard Evans - detail
George Canning April 11, 1770 - August 8, 1827 Tory June 20, 1815 - September 2, 1815
Earl Grey
Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey March 13, 1764 - July 17, 1845 Whig

1815

1819

1823

1827

September 2, 1815 - July 16, 1830
William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne
William Lamb March 15, 1779 - November 24, 1848 Whig

1831

1835

July 16, 1830 - June 15, 1837
The Duke of Wellington (1839) by George Hayter
Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington May 1, 1769 - September 14, 1852 Tory 1839 June 15, 1837 - August 30, 1841
Sir robert peel
Sir Robert Peel February 5, 1788 - June 5, 1846 Tory August 30, 1841 - July 6, 1842
John Russell, 1st Earl Russell by Sir Francis Grant detail
John Russell August 18, 1792 - May 28, 1878 Liberal 1842 July 6, 1842 - March 16, 1845
Sir robert peel
Sir Robert Peel February 5, 1788 - June 5, 1846 Conservative 1845 March 16, 1845 - June 5, 1846
Derby
Edward Smith-Stanley, Lord Stanley March 29, 1799 - October 23, 1869 Conservative 1847 June 5, 1846 - August 24, 1850
Lord Palmerston 1855
Henry John Temple, Viscount Palmerston October 20, 1784 - October 18, 1865 Liberal

1850

1855

1860

1861

August 24, 1850 - October 18, 1865
Gladstone2
William Ewart Gladstone December 29, 1809 - May 19, 1898 Liberal October 18, 1865 - May 14, 1866
Dizzy
Benjamin Disraeli December 21, 1804 - April 19, 1881 Conservative 1866 May 14, 1866 - April 25, 1868
Gladstone2
William Ewart Gladstone December 29, 1809 - May 19, 1898 Liberal 1868 April 25, 1868 - November 9, 1871
Dizzy
Benjamin Disraeli December 21, 1804 - April 19, 1881 Conservative

1874

1877

November 9, 1871 - June 3, 1878
Gladstone2
William Ewart Gladstone December 29, 1809 - May 19, 1898 Liberal 1878 June 3, 1878 - July 24, 1880
Dizzy
Benjamin Disraeli December 21, 1804 - April 19, 1881 Conservative

1880

1881

July 24, 1880 - April 19, 1881
Salisbury2
Robert Gascoyne Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury February 3, 1830 - August 22, 1903 Conservative April 19, 1881 - May 29, 1883
Gladstone2
William Ewart Gladstone December 29, 1809 - May 19, 1898 Liberal

1883

1887

1890

May 29, 1883 - January 28, 1893
Spencer
John Spencer, 5th Earl Spencer October 27, 1835 - August 13, 1910 Liberal January 28, 1893 - June 5, 1895
Arthur James Balfour, 1st Earl of Balfour by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
Sir Arthur Balfour July 25, 1848 - March 19, 1930 Conservative 1895 June 5, 1895 - February 17, 1902
Joseph Chamberlain
Sir Joseph Chamberlain July 8, 1836 - July 13, 1906 L iberal 1902 February 17, 1902 - July 13, 1906
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman 63x51cm Oil on canvas 1907
Henry Campbell-Bannerman September 7, 1836 - April 22, 1908 Liberal 1907 July 13, 1906 - April 22, 1908
Asquith
Herbert H. Asquith September 12, 1852 - February 15, 1928 Liberal 1910 April 22, 1908 - June 23, 1914
David Lloyd George
David Lloyd George January 17, 1863 - March 26, 1945 Liberal (Coalition with Conservatives) June 23, 1914 - December 3, 1919
Herbert John Gladstone
Sir Herbert Gladstone February 18, 1854 - March 6, 1930 Liberal December 3, 1919 - February 14, 1920
Andrew Bonar Law 02
Andrew Bonar Lloyd September 16, 1858 - October 30, 1923 Conservative 1920 February 14, 1920 - October 30, 1923
Austen chamberlain2
Sir Austen Chamberlain October 16, 1863 - March 17, 1937 Conservative October 30, 1923 - June 9, 1924
Ramsay MacDonald ggbain 35734
James Ramsay MacDonald October 12, 1866 - November 9, 1937 Labour 1924 June 9, 1924 - April 16, 1925 Gained slim majority in 1924 general election and formed 1st labour government. Unable to introduced reforms due to slim majority. Government collapsed after 10 months.
Stanley Baldwin
Sir Stanley Baldwin August 3, 1867 - December 14, 1947 Conservative April 16, 1925 - May 8, 1926 Formed emergency cabinet. Faced many strikes and increasing economic crisis. Resigned after unable to deal with the great strike of 1926.
Austen chamberlain2
Sir Austen Chamberlain October 16, 1863 - March 17, 1937 Conservative May 8, 1926 - August 2, 1926 Baldwin's chancellor. Ended strike of 1926. Government collapsed after faliure to resolve economic crisis. Entered coalition with Liberals.
Samuel 01
Sir Herbert Samuel November 6, 1870 - February 7, 1963 Liberal (Coalition with Conservative) August 2, 1926 - January 19, 1928 Led coalition, although liberals were the junior partner. Resolved economic crisis.
Ramsay MacDonald ggbain 35734
James Ramsay MacDonald October 12, 1866 - November 9, 1937 Labour

1928

1932

January 19, 1928 - August 15, 1934 Introduced social and political reforms. Introduced public protection schemes to deal with great depression.
Neville-chamberlain
Neville Chamberlain March 18, 1869 - November 9, 1940 Conservative (Coalition with Liberals) 1934 August 15, 1934 - September 5, 1939 Led Con-Lib coalition against Labour. Introduced isolationist foreign policy. Resigned upon start of war in favour of home secretary Churchill.
(dai)Churchill
Winston Churchill November 30, 1874 - January 24, 1965 Conservative (Coalition with Liberals) September 5, 1939 - May 5, 1944 Led Britain through the war. Suspended elections until forced to give way by king in 1944.
Clement
Clement Attlee January 3, 1883 - October 8, 1967 Labour

1944

1945

1948

1950

May 5, 1944 - May 5, 1952 Won a landslide victory in 1944, and an increased majority in 1945. Introduced far reaching social and welfare reforms.
Aneurin-bevan-2
Aneurin Bevan November 15, 1897 - July 6, 1960 Labour May 5, 1952 - March 23, 1953 Continued Attlee's policys. Far left stance alienated moderate members who left to form SDP. Defeated in 1953.
Clement Davies
Clement Davies February 19, 1884 - March 23, 1962 Liberal (Coalition with Conservatives) 1953 March 23, 1953 - June 15, 1955 Held together moderate coalition. Forced to resign after being accused of alcoholism.
Grimond
Joseph Grimond July 29, 1913 - October 24, 1993 Liberal (Coalition with Conservatives) June 15, 1955 - April 6, 1956
Antony Eden
Sir Anthony Eden June 12, 1897 - January 14, 1977 Conservative 1956 April 6, 1956 - February 8, 1958 Won absolute majority in elections. Forced to resign over nuclear scandal.
RA Butler
Sir Richard Butler December 9, 1902 - March 8, 1982 Conservative February 8, 1958 - April 27, 1960
Harold Wilson
Harold Wilson March 11, 1916 - May 24, 1995 Labour

1960

1963

1964

1966

April 27, 1960 - May 7, 1970 Had 3 seat majority in 1960 election. Won absolute majority in '64.
Enoch powell
Sir Enoch Powell June 19, 1912 - July 30, 1972 Conservative 1970 May 7, 1970 - July 30, 1972
Edward Heath July 9, 1916 - July 17, 2005 Conservative July 30, 1972 - May 6, 1974
Harold Wilson March 11, 1916 - May 24, 1995 Labour

1974

1975

May 6, 1974 - March 11, 1976
James Callaghan March 27, 1912 - March 26, 2005 Labour March 11, 1976 - June 20, 1977
Michael Foot July 23, 1913 - March 3, 2010 Labour 1978 June 20, 1977 - November 4, 1980
Tony Benn April 3, 1925 - Labour 1981 November 4, 1980 - December 11, 1981
Dennis Healey August 30, 1917 - Labour December 11, 1981 - March 5, 1982
Margaret Thatcher October 13, 1925 - Conservative 1982 March 5, 1982 - May 5, 1985
Michael Heseltine March 21, 1933 - Conservative 1986 May 5, 1985 - May 4, 1988
Neil Kinnock March 28, 1942 - Labour

1988

1992

May 4, 1988 - March 19, 1993
John Smith September 13, 1938 - May 12, 1994 Labour March 19, 1993 - May 12, 1994
Robin Cook February 28, 1946 - August 6, 2005 Labour May 12, 1994 - January 17, 1996
Gordonbrown
Gordon Brown February 20, 1951 - Labour January 17, 1996 - May 6, 1996
David-steel
David Steel March 31, 1938 - Liberal (Coalition with Social Democratic) 1996 May 6, 1996 - November 12, 1996
Paddy Ashdown February 27, 1941 - Social Democratic November 12, 1996 - June 29, 1997
Gordon Brown February 20, 1951 - Labour June 29, 1997 - May 8, 1998
Sir Michael Howard July 7, 1941 - Conservative 1998 May 8, 1998 - May 7, 2002
Tony Blair May 6, 1953 - Social Democratic

2002

2005

2006

May 7, 2002 - June 29, 2007
Alan Johnson May 17, 1950 - Labour 2007 June 29, 2007 - May 5, 2010
200px-Ed Miliband on August 27, 2010 cropped-an less red-2
Ed Milliband December 24, 1969 - Labour 2010 May 5, 2010 -

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