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The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom was the head of "His/Her Majesties Government" in the United Kingdom, and is responsible, along with all cabinet ministers appointed by the Prime Minister, to the Monarch, Parliament, their political party, and ultimately the electorate and the United Kingdom as a whole.

The position evolved over centuries, and mirrored the declining governing powers of the monarch to the supremacy of Parliament in the governing of Britain. By the time of King George I in 1714, and the monarchs reluctance to involve himself in political manners in England (due to his German upbringing and his lack of English), the Prime Ministers office had taken on most of its power and duties. The office was abolished with the break up of the United Kingdom in 1946 and the British defeat in the Third Global War, while both Scotland and England all possess similar offices that can be considered the successor to the UK's Premiership. Nations such as Australasia and Assiniboia and formerly Canada that were influenced by the British Westminster system of Government also hold offices with similar powers.

List of Prime Ministers (From POD)

Color Key For Political Parties

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Portrait Name

(Constituency/Title)

Term Electoral Mandates Party Notes
William Pitt the Younger 2 cropped William Pitt the Younger (1749-1806)

(MP Cambridge University)

10 May 1804 - 23 Jan 1806 N/A Tory Died in Office
1st Baron Grenville cropped William Wyndham Grenville (1759 - 1834)

(1st Lord Greenville)

23 Feb 1806 - 31 Mar 1807 1806 Whig
Spencerperceval Spencer Perceval (1762-1812)

(MP Northampton)

31 Mar 1807 - 11 May 1812 1807 Tory
Earl jenkinson Robert Bank Jekinson (1770-1828)

(2nd Earl of Liverpool)

8 Jun 1812 - 3 Oct 1827 1812, 1817, 1823 Tory
1st Duke of Wellington 1831 cropped cropped Arthur Wellesley (1769-1852)

(1st Duke of Wellington)

3 Oct 1827 - 29 Nov 1830 1827 Tory
381px-Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey by Sir Thomas Lawrence cropped Charles Grey (1796-1845)

(2nd Earl Grey)

22 Nov 1830 - 10 July 1834 1830 Whig
2nd V Melbourne William Lamb (1779-1848)

(2nd Viscount Melbourne)

11 July 1834 - 8 Dec 1834 N/A Whig
1st Duke of Wellington 1831 cropped cropped Arthur Wellesley

(1st Duke of Wellington)

9 Dec 1834 - 2 Nov 1841 1834, 1839 Tory
463px-Robert Peel Robert Peel (1788-1850)

(MP Tamworth)

3 Nov 1841 - 23 Apr 1847 1841, 1845 Conservative
Lord John Russell Lord John Russell (1792 - 1878)

(MP City of London)

23 Apr 1847- 6 Jul 1847 N/A Whig
463px-Robert Peel Robert Peel

(MP Tamworth)

6 Jul 1847 - 2 Jul 1850 1847 Conservative
Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby-1865 Edward Smith-Stanley (1799 - 1869)

(14th Earl of Derby)

2 Jul 1850 - 4 Nov 1854 1851 Conservative
Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston Henry John Temple (1784 - 1865)

(3rd Viscount Palmerston (MP Tiverton))

5 Nov 1854 - 7 Jun 1859 1854, 1857 Whig
Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby-1865 Edward Smith-Stanley

(14th Earl of Derby)

8 Jun 1859 - 12 Aug 1862 1859, 1861 Conservative
Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston Henry John Temple

(3rd Viscount Palmerston (MP Tiverton))

13 Aug 1862 - 7 Mar 1865 1864 Liberal
Disraeli Benjamin Disraeli (1804 - 1881)

(MP Buckinghamshire)

8 Mar 1865 - 12 Dec 1868 1865 Conservative
William Ewart Gladstone - 1866 William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898)

(MP Greenwich)

13 Dec 1868 - 5 Jun 1872 1868, 1871 Liberal
Disraeli Benjamin Disraeli

(MP Buckinghamshire)

6 Jun 1872 - 14 Mar 1878 1872, 1875 Conservative
William Ewart Gladstone - 1866 William Ewart Gladstone

(MP Midlothian)

15 Mar 1878 - 9 Jul 1889 1878, 1882, 1885, 1888 Liberal
Robert cecil Robert Gascoyne-Cecil

(3rd Marquess of Salisbury)

10 Jul 1889 - 23 Sep 1895 1889, 1892 Conservative
William Ewart Gladstone - 1866 William Ewart Gladstone

(MP Midlothian)

24 Sep 1895 - 19 May 1898 1895, 1898 Liberal
Lord Kitchener AWM A03547 Horatio Herbert Kitchener

(MP Dublin East)

19 May 1898 - 23 Sep 1907 1902 Liberal
H G Wells pre 1922 H.G. Wells

(MP Rochester)

23 Sep 1907 - 9 June 1912 1907, 1911 Conservative
Lord Kitchener AWM A03547 Horatio Herbert Kitchener

(MP Hamersmith)

9 June 1912 - Jan 9 1917 War Coalition Established to fight the Second Global War, General Kitchener selected as PM

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