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UK PMs 20thC
Though the head of the government had been referred to as "Prime Minister" since the 18th century, it wasn't until 1917 that the title was first recognised in legislation. The Chequers Estate Act, passed on 20 December 1917, designated Chequers as the "official country residence of the British Prime Minister". The jurisdiction of the Parliament of the United Kingdom changed in 1922 when, following the Anglo-Irish War, 26 counties in Ireland seceded from the United Kingdom, forming the Irish Free State. The other six counties, in the northeast region of Ireland, remained in the Union, becoming Northern Ireland. The official name of the United Kingdom became the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in 1927.
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Category: Trivialists / Politics
Last updated: 02/09/09
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The Marquess of Salisbury (3rd ministry) 25 June 1895 – 11 July 1902 Conservative
Arthur Balfour 11 July 1902 – 5 Dec. 1905 Conservative
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman 5 Dec. 1905 – 7 April 1908 Liberal
H. H. Asquith 7 April 1908 – 7 Dec. 1916 Liberal
David Lloyd George 7 Dec. 1916 – 19 Oct. 1922 Liberal
Andrew Bonar Law 23 Oct. 1922 – 20 May 1923 Conservative
Stanley Baldwin 23 May 1923 – 16 Jan. 1924 Conservative
Ramsay MacDonald 22 Jan. 1924 – 4 Nov. 1924 Labour
Stanley Baldwin (2nd ministry) 4 Nov. 1924 – 5 June 1929 Conservative
Ramsay MacDonald (2nd ministry) 5 June 1929 – 24 Aug. 1931 Labour
Ramsay MacDonald (3rd ministry) 24 Aug. 1931 – 7 June 1935 National Labour (National Government)
Stanley Baldwin (3rd ministry) 7 June 1935 – 28 May 1937 Conservative (National Government)
Neville Chamberlain 28 May 1937 – 10 May 1940 Conservative (National Government)
Winston Churchill 10 May 1940 – 23 May 1945 Conservative (Coalition)
Winston Churchill (2nd ministry) 23 May 1945 – 26 July 1945 Conservative (Caretaker)
Clement Attlee 26 July 1945 – 26 Oct. 1951 Labour
Sir Winston Churchill (3rd ministry) 26 Oct. 1951 – 7 April 1955 Conservative
Sir Anthony Eden 7 April 1955 – 10 Jan. 1957 Conservative
Harold Macmillan 10 Jan. 1957 – 19 Oct. 1963 Conservative
Sir Alec Douglas-Home 19 Oct. 1963 – 16 Oct. 1964 Conservative
Harold Wilson 16 Oct. 1964 – 19 June 1970 Labour
Edward Heath 19 June 1970 – 4 March 1974 Conservative
Harold Wilson (2nd ministry) 4 March 1974 – 5 April 1976 Labour
James Callaghan 5 April 1976 – 4 May 1979 Labour
Margaret Thatcher 4 May 1979 – 28 Nov. 1990 Conservative
John Major 28 Nov. 1990 – 2 May 1997 Conservative
Tony Blair 2 May 1997 – 27 June 2007 Labour