British Prime Ministers

Prime Ministers of Great Britain.

The position of Prime Minister in Great Britain was created in 1905. Prior to that the leader of the Government was called the First Lord of the Treasury. After 1905, the First Lord of the Treasury was also called the Prime Minister.

Prime Ministers

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Prime Ministers of Great Britain.

The position of Prime Minister in Great Britain was created in 1905. Prior to that the leader of the Government was called the First Lord of the Treasury. After 1905, the First Lord of the Treasury was also called the Prime Minister.


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Prime Ministers from 1905

1: Henry Campbell-Bannerman from: 1905 to 1908 – Liberal
2: Herbert Asquith from: 1908 to 1916 – Liberal
3: David Lloyd George from: 1916 to 1922 – Liberal
4: Andrew Bonar Law from: 1922 to 1923 – Conservative
5: Stanley Baldwin from: 1923 to 1924 – Conservative
6: Ramsay MacDonald from: 1924 to 1924 – Labour
7: Stanley Baldwin from: 1924 to 1929 – Conservative
8: Ramsay MacDonald from: 1929 to 1935 – Labour
9: Stanley Baldwin from: 1935 to 1937 – Conservative
10: Neville Chamberlain from: 1937 to 1940 – Conservative
11: Winston Churchill from: 1940 to 1945 – Conservative
12: Clement Attlee from: 1945 to 1951 – Labour
13: Winston Churchill from: 1951 to 1955 – Conservative
14: Anthony Eden from: 1955 to 1957 – Conservative
15: Harold Macmillan from: 1957 to 1963 – Conservative
16: Alec Douglas-Home from: 1963 to 1964 – Conservative
17: Harold Wilson from: 1964 to 1970 – Labour
18: Edward Heath from: 1970 to 1974 – Conservative
19: Harold Wilson from: 1974 to 1976 – Labour
20: James Callaghan from: 1976 to 1979 – Labour
21: Margaret Thatcher from: 1979 to 1990 – Conservative
22: John Major from: 1990 to 1997 – Conservative
23: Tony Blair from: 1997 to 2007 – Labour
24: Gordon Brown from: 2007 to 2010 – Labour
25: David Cameron from: 2010 to 2016 – Conservative
26: Theresa May from: 2016 to TBA – Conservative

First Lords of the Treasury from 1714 to 1905

1: The Earl of Halifax from: 1714 to 1715 – Whig
2: The Earl of Carlisle from: 1715 to 1715 – Whig
3: Robert Walpole from: 1715 to 1717 – Whig
4: The Earl Stanhope from: 1717 to 1718 – Whig
5: The Earl of Sunderland from: 1718 to 1721 – Whig
6: Sir Robert Walpole from: 1721 to 1742 – Whig
7: The Earl of Wilmington from: 1742 to 1743 – Whig
8: Henry Pelham from: 1743 to 1754 – Whig
9: The Duke of Newcastle from: 1754 to 1756 – Whig
10: The Duke of Devonshire from: 1756 to 1757 – Whig
11: The Earl Waldegrave from: 1757 to 1757 – Whig
12: The Duke of Devonshire from: 1757 to 1757 – Whig
13: The Duke of Newcastle from: 1757 to 1762 – Whig
14: The Earl of Bute from: 1762 to 1763 – Tory
15: George Grenville from: 1763 to 1765 – Whig
16: The Marquess of Rockingham from: 1765 to 1766 – Whig
17: The Duke of Grafton[3] from: 1766 to 1770 – Whig
18: Lord North from: 1770 to 1782 – Tory
19: The Marquess of Rockingham from: 1782 to 1782 – Whig
20: The Earl of Shelburne from: 1782 to 1783 – Whig
21: The Duke of Portland from: 1783 to 1783 – Whig
22: William Pitt the Younger from: 1783 to 1801 – Tory
23: Henry Addington from: 1801 to 1804 – Tory
24: William Pitt the Younger from: 1804 to 1806 – Tory
25: The Lord Grenville from: 1806 to 1807 – Whig
26: The Duke of Portland from: 1807 to 1809 – Whig
27: Spencer Perceval from: 1809 to 1812 – Tory
28: The Earl of Liverpool from: 1812 to 1827 – Tory
29: George Canning from: 1827 to 1827 – Tory
30: The Viscount Goderich from: 1827 to 1828 – Tory
31: The Duke of Wellington from: 1828 to 1830 – Tory
32: The Earl Grey from: 1830 to 1834 – Whig
33: The Viscount Melbourne from: 1834 to 1834 – Whig
34: The Duke of Wellington from: 1834 to 1834 – Tory
35: Sir Robert Peel from: 1834 to 1835 – Tory
36: The Viscount Melbourne from: 1835 to 1841 – Whig
37: Sir Robert Peel from: 1841 to 1846 – Conservative
38: Lord John Russell from: 1846 to 1852 – Whig
39: The Earl of Derby from: 1852 to 1852 – Conservative
40: The Earl of Aberdeen from: 1852 to 1855 – Peelite
41: The Viscount Palmerston from: 1855 to 1858 – Liberal
42: The Earl of Derby from: 1858 to 1859 – Conservative
43: The Viscount Palmerston from: 1859 to 1865 – Liberal
44: The Earl Russell from: 1865 to 1866 – Liberal
45: The Earl of Derby from: 1866 to 1868 – Conservative
46: Benjamin Disraeli from: 1868 to 1868 – Conservative
47: William Ewart Gladstone from: 1868 to 1874 – Liberal
48: Benjamin Disraeli (The Earl of Beaconsfield) from: 1874 to 1880 – Conservative
49: William Ewart Gladstone from: 1880 to 1885 – Liberal
50: The Earl of Iddesleigh from: 1885 to 1886 – Conservative
51: William Ewart Gladstone from: 1886 to 1886 – Liberal
52: The Marquess of Salisbury[4] from: 1886 to 1887 – Conservative
53: William Henry Smith from: 1887 to 1891 – Conservative
54: Arthur Balfour from: 1891 to 1892 – Conservative
55: William Ewart Gladstone from: 1892 to 1894 – Liberal
56: The Earl of Rosebery from: 1894 to 1895 – Liberal
57: Arthur Balfour from: 1895 to 1905 – Conservative


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