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Portrait Name[c]

(Birth–Death) Term of office Mandate Duration of premiership Ministerial portfolios

held as Prime Minister Party[d] Ministry Monarch

(Reign) Ref.

Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford by Arthur Pond.jpg The Right Honourable

Robert Walpole

1st Earl of Orford

KGKBPC

MP for Kings Lynn[e]

(1676–1745) 4 April

1721 11 February

1742 1722



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons[f]



Whig Walpole–Townshend George I

Coat of Arms of Great Britain (1714-1801).svg

(1714–1727) [33]

1727 George II

Coat of Arms of Great Britain (1714-1801).svg

(1727–1760)

1734 Walpole

1741

20 years and 314 days

Spencer Compton 1st Earl of Wilmington cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

Spencer Compton

1st Earl of Wilmington

KGKBPC

(1673–1743) 16 February

1742 2 July

1743 —



First Lord of the Treasury



Whig Carteret [34]

1 year and 137 days[†]

​ Henry Pelham, Parliamentary Art Collection crop.jpg The Right Honourable

Henry Pelham

FRS

MP for Sus

(1694–1754) 27 August

1743 6 March

1754 1747



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Whig [35]

Broad Bottom I

Broad Bottom II

10 years and 192 days[†]

ThomasPelham-Holles.jpg His Grace

Thomas Pelham-Holles

1st Duke of Newcastle

KGPCFRS

(1693–1768) 16 March

1754 16 November

1756 1754



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Newcastle I [36]

2 years and 246 days

William Cavendish, 4th Duke of Devonshire cropped.JPG His Grace

William Cavendish

4th Duke of Devonshire

KGPC

(1720–1764) 16 November

1756 25 June

1757 —



First Lord of the Treasury[g]

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Pitt–Devonshire [38]

​ 1757 Caretaker

222 days

ThomasPelham-Holles.jpg His Grace

Thomas Pelham-Holles

1st Duke of Newcastle

KGPCFRS

(1693–1768) 2 July

1757 26 May

1762 1761



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Pitt–Newcastle [36]

George III

Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom (1801-1816).svg

(1760–1820)

4 years and 329 days

John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute cropped cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

John Stuart

3rd Earl of Bute

KGPC

(1713–1792) 26 May

1762 8 April

1763 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory Bute

(Tory–Whig) [39]

318 days

George Grenville (1712–1770) by William Hoare (1707-1792) Cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

George Grenville

MP for Buckingham

(1712–1770) 16 April

1763 13 July

1765 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Whig

(Grenvillite) Grenville

(Whig–Tory) [40]

2 years and 89 days

2nd Marquess of Rockingham cropped.jpg The Most Honourable

Charles Watson-Wentworth

2nd Marquess of Rockingham

KGPCFRS

(1730–1782) 13 July

1765 30 July

1766 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig

(Rockinghamite) Rockingham I [41]

1 year and 18 days

William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham by Richard Brompton cropped cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

William Pitt

1st Earl of Chatham

PCFRS

MP for Bath[h]

(1708–1778) 30 July

1766 14 October

1768 1768



Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal



Whig

(Chathamite) Chatham

(Whig–Tory) [43]

2 years and 77 days

Grafton3 cropped.JPG His Grace

Augustus FitzRoy

3rd Duke of Grafton

KGPC

(1735–1811) 14 October

1768 28 January

1770 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig

(Chathamite) Grafton [44]

1 year and 107 days

Nathaniel Dance Lord North cropped cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

Frederick North

Lord North

KG

MP for Banbury

(1732–1792) 28 January

1770 22 March

1782 [ad. 1]



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Northite) North [45]

1774

1780

12 years and 54 days

2nd Marquess of Rockingham cropped.jpg The Most Honourable

Charles Watson-Wentworth

2nd Marquess of Rockingham

KGPCFRS

(1730–1782) 27 March

1782 1 July

1782 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig

(Rockinghamite) Rockingham II [41]

97 days[†]

William Petty, 2nd Earl of Shelburne by JL Mosnier crop.jpg The Right Honourable

William Petty

2nd Earl of Shelburne

KGPC

(1737–1805) 4 July

1782 2 April

1783 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig

(Chathamite) Shelburne

(Whig–Tory) [46]

273 days

3rd Duke of Portland 1804 cropped.jpg His Grace

William Cavendish-Bentinck

3rd Duke of Portland

PCFRS

(1738–1809) 2 April

1783 19 December

1783 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Fox–North [47]

262 days

William Pitt the Younger.jpg The Right Honourable

William Pitt the Younger

MP for Appleby – Cambridge University[i]

(1759–1806) 19 December

1783 14 March

1801 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Pittite) Pitt I [48]

1784

1790

1796

17 years and 86 days

Henry Addington by Beechey.jpg The Right Honourable

Henry Addington

MP for Devizes

(1757–1844) 17 March

1801 10 May

1804 1801



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Pittite) Addington [49]

1802

3 years and 55 days

William Pitt the Younger.jpg The Right Honourable

William Pitt the Younger

MP for Cambridge University

(1759–1806) 10 May

1804 23 January

1806 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Pittite) Pitt II [48]

1 year and 259 days[†]

1st Baron Grenville-cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

William Grenville

1st Baron Grenville

PCPC (Ire)

(1759–1834) 11 February

1806 31 March

1807 [ad. 3]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig All the Talents

(Whig–Tory) [50]

1806

1 year and 49 days

3rd Duke of Portland 1804 cropped.jpg His Grace

William Cavendish-Bentinck

3rd Duke of Portland

KGPCFRS

(1738–1809) 31 March

1807 4 October

1809 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury



Tory

(Pittite) Portland II [47]

1807

2 years and 188 days

Spencerperceval.jpg The Right Honourable

Spencer Perceval

KC

MP for Northampton

(1762–1812) 4 October

1809 11 May

1812 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Pittite) Perceval [51]

2 years and 221 days[‡]

Earl jenkinson.jpg The Right Honourable

Robert Jenkinson

2nd Earl of Liverpool

KGPCFRS

(1770–1828) 8 June

1812 9 April

1827 1812



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory

(Pittite) Liverpool [52]

1818

1820 George IV

Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom (1816-1837).svg

(1820–1830)

1826

14 years and 306 days

George Canning by Richard Evans - detail.jpg The Right Honourable

George Canning

FRS

MP for Seaford

(1770–1827) 10 April

1827 8 August

1827 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Canningite) Canning

(Canningite–Whig) [53]

121 days[†]

Frederick John Robinson, 1st Earl of Ripon by Sir Thomas Lawrence cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

Frederick John Robinson

1st Viscount Goderich

PC

(1782–1859) 31 August

1827 21 January

1828 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory

(Canningite) Goderich [54]

144 days

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington by John Jackson cropped.jpg Field MarshalHis Grace

Arthur Wellesley

1st Duke of Wellington

KGGCBGCHPC

(1769–1852) 22 January

1828 16 November

1830 [ad. 4]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory Wellington–Peel [55]

1830 William IV

Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom (1816-1837).svg

(1830–1837)

2 years and 299 days

Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey by Sir Thomas Lawrence copy.jpg The Right Honourable

Charles Grey

2nd Earl Grey

KGPC

(1764–1845) 22 November

1830 9 July

1834 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Grey [56]

1831

1832–

1833

3 years and 230 days

2nd V Melbourne.jpg The Right Honourable

William Lamb

2nd Viscount Melbourne

PC

(1779–1848) 16 July

1834 14 November

1834 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Melbourne I [57]

122 days

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington by John Jackson cropped.jpg Field MarshalHis Grace

Arthur Wellesley

1st Duke of Wellington

KGGCBGCHPC

(1769–1852) 14 November

1834 10 December

1834 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Sec. of State for the Home Department

Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs

Sec. of State for War and the Colonies

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory Wellington Caretaker [55]

27 days

Robert Peel by RR Scanlan detail.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Robert Peel

BtFRS

MP for Tamworth

(1788–1850) 10 December

1834 8 April

1835 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative Peel I [58]

120 days

2nd V Melbourne.jpg The Right Honourable

William Lamb

2nd Viscount Melbourne

PCFRS

(1779–1848) 18 April

1835 30 August

1841 1835



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Melbourne II [57]

1837 Victoria

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1837–1901)

6 years and 135 days

Robert Peel by RR Scanlan detail.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Robert Peel

BtFRS

MP for Tamworth

(1788–1850) 30 August

1841 29 June

1846 1841



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative Peel II [58]

4 years and 304 days

Lord John Russell.jpg The Right Honourable

Lord John Russell

FRS

MP for the City of London

(1792–1878) 30 June

1846 21 February

1852 1847



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Whig Russell I [59]

5 years and 237 days

14th Earl of Derby (cropped).jpg The Right Honourable

Edward Smith-Stanley

14th Earl of Derby

PC

(1799–1869) 23 February

1852 17 December

1852 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Conservative Who? Who? [60]

1852

299 days

Earlofaberdeen.jpg The Right Honourable

George Hamilton-Gordon

4th Earl of Aberdeen

KTFRSEFRSPCFSA Scot

(1784–1860) 19 December

1852 30 January

1855 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Peelite Aberdeen

(Peelite–Whig) [61]

2 years and 43 days

Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston.jpg The Right Honourable

Henry John Temple

3rd Viscount Palmerston

KGGCBPCFRS

MP for Tiverton

(1784–1865) 6 February

1855 19 February

1858 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Whig Palmerston I [62]

1857

3 years and 14 days

14th Earl of Derby (cropped).jpg The Right Honourable

Edward Smith-Stanley

14th Earl of Derby

PC

(1799–1869) 20 February

1858 11 June

1859 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Conservative Derby–Disraeli II [60]

1 year and 112 days

Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston.jpg The Right Honourable

Henry John Temple

3rd Viscount Palmerston

KGGCBPCFRS

MP for Tiverton

(1784–1865) 12 June

1859 18 October

1865 1859



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Liberal Palmerston II [62]

1865

6 years and 129 days[†]

Lord John Russell.jpg The Right Honourable

John Russell

1st Earl Russell

KGPCFRS

(1792–1878) 29 October

1865 26 June

1866 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Liberal Russell II [59]

241 days

14th Earl of Derby (cropped).jpg The Right Honourable

Edward Smith-Stanley

14th Earl of Derby

KGPC

(1799–1869) 28 June

1866 25 February

1868 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Conservative Derby–Disraeli III [60]

1 year and 243 days

Disraeli.jpg The Right Honourable

Benjamin Disraeli

MP for Buckinghamshire

(1804–1881) See also § Premierships:1



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative [63]

27 February

1868 1 December

1868 —

279 days

Gladstone.jpg The Right Honourable

William Ewart Gladstone

FSS

MP for Greenwich

(1809–1898) See also § Premierships:2



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Chancellor of the Exchequer[j]



Liberal Gladstone I [65]

3 December

1868 17 February

1874 1868

5 years and 77 days

Disraeli.jpg The Right Honourable

Benjamin Disraeli

1st Earl of Beaconsfield

KGPCFRS

MP for Buckinghamshire[k]

(1804–1881) See also § Premierships:1



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons[l]

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal[m]

Leader of the House of Lords[n]



Conservative Disraeli II [63]

20 February

1874 21 April

1880 1874

6 years and 62 days

Gladstone.jpg The Right Honourable

William Ewart Gladstone

FRSFSS

MP for Midlothian

(1809–1898) See also § Premierships:2



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Chancellor of the Exchequer[o]



Liberal Gladstone II [65]

23 April

1880 9 June

1885 1880

5 years and 48 days

Robert cecil.jpg The Most Honourable

Robert Gascoyne-Cecil

3rd Marquess of Salisbury

KGPCFRSDL

(1830–1903) 23 June

1885 28 January

1886 —



Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs

Leader of the House of Lords



Conservative Salisbury I [68]

220 days

Gladstone.jpg The Right Honourable

William Ewart Gladstone

FRSFSS

MP for Midlothian

(1809–1898) See also § Premierships:2



First Lord of the Treasury

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal

Leader of the House of Commons



Liberal Gladstone III [65]

1 February

1886 20 July

1886 1885

170 days

Robert cecil.jpg The Most Honourable

Robert Gascoyne-Cecil

3rd Marquess of Salisbury

KGPCFRSDL

(1830–1903) 25 July

1886 11 August

1892 1886



Leader of the House of Lords

First Lord of the Treasury[p]

Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs[q]



Conservative Salisbury II [68]

6 years and 18 days

Gladstone.jpg The Right Honourable

William Ewart Gladstone

FRSFSS

MP for Midlothian

(1809–1898) See also § Premierships:2



First Lord of the Treasury

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal

Leader of the House of Commons



Liberal Gladstone IV [65]

15 August

1892 2 March

1894 1892

1 year and 200 days

Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery - 1890s.jpg The Right Honourable

Archibald Primrose

5th Earl of Rosebery

KGPCFRS

(1847–1929) 5 March

1894 22 June

1895 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Lord President of the Council

Leader of the House of Lords



Liberal Rosebery [71]

1 year and 110 days

Robert cecil.jpg The Most Honourable

Robert Gascoyne-Cecil

3rd Marquess of Salisbury

KGPCFRSDL

(1830–1903) 25 June

1895 11 July

1902 [ad. 2]



Leader of the House of Lords

Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs[r]

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal[s]



Conservative Salisbury III

(Con.–Lib.U.) [68]

1895

1900

7 years and 17 days Edward VII

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1901–1910)

Arthur Balfour, photo portrait facing left.jpg The Right Honourable

Arthur Balfour

FRSDL

MP for Manchester East

(1848–1930) 11 July

1902 5 December

1905 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative Balfour [72]

3 years and 148 days

Henry Campbell-Bannerman photo.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman

GCB

MP for Stirling Burghs

(1836–1908) 5 December

1905 7 April

1908 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Liberal Campbell-Bannerman [73]

1906

2 years and 125 days

H H Asquith 1908.jpg The Right Honourable

Herbert Henry Asquith

KCFRS

MP for East Fife

(1852–1928) 7 April

1908 7 December

1916 [ad. 5]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Sec. of State for War[t]



Liberal Asquith I [75]

Jan.1910

​ Dec.1910 George V

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1910–1936)

​ Asquith II

(Lib.–Con.–et al.)

8 years and 243 days

The Right Hon. David Lloyd George.jpg The Right Honourable

David Lloyd George

OM

MP for Caernarvon Boroughs

(1863–1945) 7 December

1916 19 October

1922 [ad. 6]



First Lord of the Treasury



Liberal Lloyd George War [76]

1918 Lloyd George II

(Lib.–Con.)

5 years and 318 days

Andrew Bonar Law 02.jpg The Right Honourable

Bonar Law

MP for Glasgow Central

(1858–1923) 23 October

1922 20 May

1923 1922



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative

(Scot.U.) Law [77]

210 days

Stanley Baldwin ggbain.35233.jpg The Right Honourable

Stanley Baldwin

JP

MP for Bewdley

(1867–1947) 23 May

1923 16 January

1924 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Chancellor of the Exchequer[u]



Conservative Baldwin I [78]

239 days

Ramsay MacDonald ggbain 35734.jpg The Right Honourable

Ramsay MacDonald

MP for Aberavon

(1866–1937) 22 January

1924 4 November

1924 1923



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs



Labour MacDonald I [79]

288 days

Stanley Baldwin ggbain.35233.jpg The Right Honourable

Stanley Baldwin

JPFRS

MP for Bewdley

(1867–1947) 4 November

1924 5 June

1929 1924



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative Baldwin II [78]

4 years and 214 days

Ramsay MacDonald ggbain 35734.jpg The Right Honourable

Ramsay MacDonald

FRS

MP for Seaham

(1866–1937) 5 June

1929 7 June

1935 1929



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Labour MacDonald II [79]

National Labour National I

(N.Lab.–Con.–et al.)

1931 National II

6 years and 3 days

​ Stanley Baldwin ggbain.35233.jpg The Right Honourable

Stanley Baldwin

JPFRS

MP for Bewdley

(1867–1947) 7 June

1935 28 May

1937 1935



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative National III

(Con.–N.Lab.–et al.) [78]

Edward VIII

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1936)

George VI

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1936–1952)

1 year and 356 days

Neville chamberlain1921.jpg The Right Honourable

Neville Chamberlain

FRS

MP for Birmingham Edgbaston

(1869–1940) 28 May

1937 10 May

1940 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative National IV [80]

​ Chamberlain War

2 years and 349 days

Churchill HU 90973.jpg The Right Honourable

Winston Churchill

CHTDFRS

MP for Epping

(1874–1965) 10 May

1940 26 July

1945 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister of Defence

Leader of the House of Commons[v]



Conservative Churchill War

(All parties) [82]

​ Churchill Caretaker

(Con.–Lib.N.)

5 years and 78 days

Clement Attlee.jpg The Right Honourable

Clement Attlee

CHFRS

MP for Limehouse – Walthamstow West[w]

(1883–1967) 26 July

1945 26 October

1951 1945



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister of Defence[x]



Labour Attlee I [84]

1950 Attlee II

6 years and 93 days

Churchill HU 90973.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Winston Churchill

KGOMCHTDDLFRSRA

MP for Woodford

(1874–1965) 26 October

1951 7 April

1955 1951



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister of Defence[y]



Conservative Churchill III [82]

3 years and 163 days Elizabeth II

Royal Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom.svg

(1952–present)

Sir Anthony-Eden number 10 Official.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Anthony Eden

KGMC

MP for Warwick Leamington

(1897–1977) 7 April

1955 10 January

1957 1955



First Lord of the Treasury



Conservative Eden [85]

1 year and 280 days

Harold Macmillan number 10 official.jpg The Right Honourable

Harold Macmillan

FRS

MP for Bromley

(1894–1986) 10 January

1957 18 October

1963 1959



First Lord of the Treasury



Conservative Macmillan I [86]

​ Macmillan II

6 years and 283 days

Alec Douglas-Home (c1963).jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Alec Douglas-Home

KT

MP for Kinross Western Perthshire[z]

(1903–1995) 18 October

1963 16 October

1964 —



First Lord of the Treasury



Conservative

(Scot.U.) Douglas-Home [88]

364 days

Harold Wilson Number 10 official.jpg The Right Honourable

Harold Wilson

OBEFRS

MP for Huyton

(1916–1995) 16 October

1964 19 June

1970 1964



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service[aa]



Labour Wilson I [90]

1966 Wilson II

5 years and 247 days

Heathdod.JPG The Right Honourable

Edward Heath

MBE

MP for Bexley – Sidcup[ab]

(1916–2005) 19 June

1970 4 March

1974 1970



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative Heath [91]

3 years and 259 days

Harold Wilson Number 10 official.jpg The Right Honourable

Harold Wilson

OBEFRS

MP for Huyton

(1916–1995) 4 March

1974 5 April

1976 Feb.1974



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Labour Wilson III [90]

Oct.1974 Wilson IV

2 years and 33 days

James Callaghan.JPG The Right Honourable

James Callaghan

MP for Cardiff South East

(1912–2005) 5 April

1976 4 May

1979 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Labour Callaghan [92]

3 years and 30 days

Margaret Thatcher cropped1.png The Right Honourable

Margaret Thatcher

FRSFRIC

MP for Finchley

(1925–2013) See also § Premierships:3



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative Thatcher I [93]

4 May

1979 28 November

1990 1979

1983 Thatcher II

1987 Thatcher III

11 years and 209 days

Major PM full.jpg The Right Honourable

John Major

MP for Huntingdon

(born 1943) 28 November

1990 2 May

1997 1992



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative Major I [94]

​ Major II

6 years and 156 days

Tony Blair.jpg The Right Honourable

Tony Blair

MP for Sedgefield

(born 1953) See also § Premierships:4



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Labour Blair I [95]

2 May

1997 27 June

2007 1997

2001 Blair II

2005 Blair III

10 years and 57 days

GordonBrown1234 cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

Gordon Brown

MP for Kirkcaldy Cowdenbeath

(born 1951) See also § Premierships:5



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Labour Brown [96]

27 June

2007 11 May

2010 —

2 years and 319 days

David Cameron official.jpg The Right Honourable

David Cameron

MP for Witney

(born 1966) See also § Premierships:6



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative Cameron–Clegg

(Con.–L.D.) [97]

11 May

2010 13 July

2016 2010

2015 Cameron II

6 years and 64 days

Theresa May Official.jpg The Right Honourable

Theresa May

MP for Maidenhead

(born 1956) See also § Premierships:7



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative May I [98]

13 July

2016 Incumbent [ad. 7]

2017 May II

1 year and 294 days


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Portrait Name[c]

(Birth–Death) Term of office Mandate Duration of premiership Ministerial portfolios

held as Prime Minister Party[d] Ministry Monarch

(Reign) Ref.

Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford by Arthur Pond.jpg The Right Honourable

Robert Walpole

1st Earl of Orford

KGKBPC

MP for Kings Lynn[e]

(1676–1745) 4 April

1721 11 February

1742 1722



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons[f]



Whig Walpole–Townshend George I

Coat of Arms of Great Britain (1714-1801).svg

(1714–1727) [33]

1727 George II

Coat of Arms of Great Britain (1714-1801).svg

(1727–1760)

1734 Walpole

1741

20 years and 314 days

Spencer Compton 1st Earl of Wilmington cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

Spencer Compton

1st Earl of Wilmington

KGKBPC

(1673–1743) 16 February

1742 2 July

1743 —



First Lord of the Treasury



Whig Carteret [34]

1 year and 137 days[†]

​ Henry Pelham, Parliamentary Art Collection crop.jpg The Right Honourable

Henry Pelham

FRS

MP for Sus

(1694–1754) 27 August

1743 6 March

1754 1747



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Whig [35]

Broad Bottom I

Broad Bottom II

10 years and 192 days[†]

ThomasPelham-Holles.jpg His Grace

Thomas Pelham-Holles

1st Duke of Newcastle

KGPCFRS

(1693–1768) 16 March

1754 16 November

1756 1754



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Newcastle I [36]

2 years and 246 days

William Cavendish, 4th Duke of Devonshire cropped.JPG His Grace

William Cavendish

4th Duke of Devonshire

KGPC

(1720–1764) 16 November

1756 25 June

1757 —



First Lord of the Treasury[g]

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Pitt–Devonshire [38]

​ 1757 Caretaker

222 days

ThomasPelham-Holles.jpg His Grace

Thomas Pelham-Holles

1st Duke of Newcastle

KGPCFRS

(1693–1768) 2 July

1757 26 May

1762 1761



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Pitt–Newcastle [36]

George III

Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom (1801-1816).svg

(1760–1820)

4 years and 329 days

John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute cropped cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

John Stuart

3rd Earl of Bute

KGPC

(1713–1792) 26 May

1762 8 April

1763 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory Bute

(Tory–Whig) [39]

318 days

George Grenville (1712–1770) by William Hoare (1707-1792) Cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

George Grenville

MP for Buckingham

(1712–1770) 16 April

1763 13 July

1765 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Whig

(Grenvillite) Grenville

(Whig–Tory) [40]

2 years and 89 days

2nd Marquess of Rockingham cropped.jpg The Most Honourable

Charles Watson-Wentworth

2nd Marquess of Rockingham

KGPCFRS

(1730–1782) 13 July

1765 30 July

1766 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig

(Rockinghamite) Rockingham I [41]

1 year and 18 days

William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham by Richard Brompton cropped cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

William Pitt

1st Earl of Chatham

PCFRS

MP for Bath[h]

(1708–1778) 30 July

1766 14 October

1768 1768



Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal



Whig

(Chathamite) Chatham

(Whig–Tory) [43]

2 years and 77 days

Grafton3 cropped.JPG His Grace

Augustus FitzRoy

3rd Duke of Grafton

KGPC

(1735–1811) 14 October

1768 28 January

1770 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig

(Chathamite) Grafton [44]

1 year and 107 days

Nathaniel Dance Lord North cropped cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

Frederick North

Lord North

KG

MP for Banbury

(1732–1792) 28 January

1770 22 March

1782 [ad. 1]



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Northite) North [45]

1774

1780

12 years and 54 days

2nd Marquess of Rockingham cropped.jpg The Most Honourable

Charles Watson-Wentworth

2nd Marquess of Rockingham

KGPCFRS

(1730–1782) 27 March

1782 1 July

1782 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig

(Rockinghamite) Rockingham II [41]

97 days[†]

William Petty, 2nd Earl of Shelburne by JL Mosnier crop.jpg The Right Honourable

William Petty

2nd Earl of Shelburne

KGPC

(1737–1805) 4 July

1782 2 April

1783 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig

(Chathamite) Shelburne

(Whig–Tory) [46]

273 days

3rd Duke of Portland 1804 cropped.jpg His Grace

William Cavendish-Bentinck

3rd Duke of Portland

PCFRS

(1738–1809) 2 April

1783 19 December

1783 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Fox–North [47]

262 days

William Pitt the Younger.jpg The Right Honourable

William Pitt the Younger

MP for Appleby – Cambridge University[i]

(1759–1806) 19 December

1783 14 March

1801 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Pittite) Pitt I [48]

1784

1790

1796

17 years and 86 days

Henry Addington by Beechey.jpg The Right Honourable

Henry Addington

MP for Devizes

(1757–1844) 17 March

1801 10 May

1804 1801



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Pittite) Addington [49]

1802

3 years and 55 days

William Pitt the Younger.jpg The Right Honourable

William Pitt the Younger

MP for Cambridge University

(1759–1806) 10 May

1804 23 January

1806 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Pittite) Pitt II [48]

1 year and 259 days[†]

1st Baron Grenville-cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

William Grenville

1st Baron Grenville

PCPC (Ire)

(1759–1834) 11 February

1806 31 March

1807 [ad. 3]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig All the Talents

(Whig–Tory) [50]

1806

1 year and 49 days

3rd Duke of Portland 1804 cropped.jpg His Grace

William Cavendish-Bentinck

3rd Duke of Portland

KGPCFRS

(1738–1809) 31 March

1807 4 October

1809 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury



Tory

(Pittite) Portland II [47]

1807

2 years and 188 days

Spencerperceval.jpg The Right Honourable

Spencer Perceval

KC

MP for Northampton

(1762–1812) 4 October

1809 11 May

1812 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Pittite) Perceval [51]

2 years and 221 days[‡]

Earl jenkinson.jpg The Right Honourable

Robert Jenkinson

2nd Earl of Liverpool

KGPCFRS

(1770–1828) 8 June

1812 9 April

1827 1812



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory

(Pittite) Liverpool [52]

1818

1820 George IV

Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom (1816-1837).svg

(1820–1830)

1826

14 years and 306 days

George Canning by Richard Evans - detail.jpg The Right Honourable

George Canning

FRS

MP for Seaford

(1770–1827) 10 April

1827 8 August

1827 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Canningite) Canning

(Canningite–Whig) [53]

121 days[†]

Frederick John Robinson, 1st Earl of Ripon by Sir Thomas Lawrence cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

Frederick John Robinson

1st Viscount Goderich

PC

(1782–1859) 31 August

1827 21 January

1828 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory

(Canningite) Goderich [54]

144 days

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington by John Jackson cropped.jpg Field MarshalHis Grace

Arthur Wellesley

1st Duke of Wellington

KGGCBGCHPC

(1769–1852) 22 January

1828 16 November

1830 [ad. 4]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory Wellington–Peel [55]

1830 William IV

Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom (1816-1837).svg

(1830–1837)

2 years and 299 days

Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey by Sir Thomas Lawrence copy.jpg The Right Honourable

Charles Grey

2nd Earl Grey

KGPC

(1764–1845) 22 November

1830 9 July

1834 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Grey [56]

1831

1832–

1833

3 years and 230 days

2nd V Melbourne.jpg The Right Honourable

William Lamb

2nd Viscount Melbourne

PC

(1779–1848) 16 July

1834 14 November

1834 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Melbourne I [57]

122 days

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington by John Jackson cropped.jpg Field MarshalHis Grace

Arthur Wellesley

1st Duke of Wellington

KGGCBGCHPC

(1769–1852) 14 November

1834 10 December

1834 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Sec. of State for the Home Department

Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs

Sec. of State for War and the Colonies

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory Wellington Caretaker [55]

27 days

Robert Peel by RR Scanlan detail.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Robert Peel

BtFRS

MP for Tamworth

(1788–1850) 10 December

1834 8 April

1835 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative Peel I [58]

120 days

2nd V Melbourne.jpg The Right Honourable

William Lamb

2nd Viscount Melbourne

PCFRS

(1779–1848) 18 April

1835 30 August

1841 1835



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Melbourne II [57]

1837 Victoria

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1837–1901)

6 years and 135 days

Robert Peel by RR Scanlan detail.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Robert Peel

BtFRS

MP for Tamworth

(1788–1850) 30 August

1841 29 June

1846 1841



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative Peel II [58]

4 years and 304 days

Lord John Russell.jpg The Right Honourable

Lord John Russell

FRS

MP for the City of London

(1792–1878) 30 June

1846 21 February

1852 1847



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Whig Russell I [59]

5 years and 237 days

14th Earl of Derby (cropped).jpg The Right Honourable

Edward Smith-Stanley

14th Earl of Derby

PC

(1799–1869) 23 February

1852 17 December

1852 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Conservative Who? Who? [60]

1852

299 days

Earlofaberdeen.jpg The Right Honourable

George Hamilton-Gordon

4th Earl of Aberdeen

KTFRSEFRSPCFSA Scot

(1784–1860) 19 December

1852 30 January

1855 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Peelite Aberdeen

(Peelite–Whig) [61]

2 years and 43 days

Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston.jpg The Right Honourable

Henry John Temple

3rd Viscount Palmerston

KGGCBPCFRS

MP for Tiverton

(1784–1865) 6 February

1855 19 February

1858 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Whig Palmerston I [62]

1857

3 years and 14 days

14th Earl of Derby (cropped).jpg The Right Honourable

Edward Smith-Stanley

14th Earl of Derby

PC

(1799–1869) 20 February

1858 11 June

1859 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Conservative Derby–Disraeli II [60]

1 year and 112 days

Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston.jpg The Right Honourable

Henry John Temple

3rd Viscount Palmerston

KGGCBPCFRS

MP for Tiverton

(1784–1865) 12 June

1859 18 October

1865 1859



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Liberal Palmerston II [62]

1865

6 years and 129 days[†]

Lord John Russell.jpg The Right Honourable

John Russell

1st Earl Russell

KGPCFRS

(1792–1878) 29 October

1865 26 June

1866 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Liberal Russell II [59]

241 days

14th Earl of Derby (cropped).jpg The Right Honourable

Edward Smith-Stanley

14th Earl of Derby

KGPC

(1799–1869) 28 June

1866 25 February

1868 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Conservative Derby–Disraeli III [60]

1 year and 243 days

Disraeli.jpg The Right Honourable

Benjamin Disraeli

MP for Buckinghamshire

(1804–1881) See also § Premierships:1



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative [63]

27 February

1868 1 December

1868 —

279 days

Gladstone.jpg The Right Honourable

William Ewart Gladstone

FSS

MP for Greenwich

(1809–1898) See also § Premierships:2



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Chancellor of the Exchequer[j]



Liberal Gladstone I [65]

3 December

1868 17 February

1874 1868

5 years and 77 days

Disraeli.jpg The Right Honourable

Benjamin Disraeli

1st Earl of Beaconsfield

KGPCFRS

MP for Buckinghamshire[k]

(1804–1881) See also § Premierships:1



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons[l]

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal[m]

Leader of the House of Lords[n]



Conservative Disraeli II [63]

20 February

1874 21 April

1880 1874

6 years and 62 days

Gladstone.jpg The Right Honourable

William Ewart Gladstone

FRSFSS

MP for Midlothian

(1809–1898) See also § Premierships:2



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Chancellor of the Exchequer[o]



Liberal Gladstone II [65]

23 April

1880 9 June

1885 1880

5 years and 48 days

Robert cecil.jpg The Most Honourable

Robert Gascoyne-Cecil

3rd Marquess of Salisbury

KGPCFRSDL

(1830–1903) 23 June

1885 28 January

1886 —



Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs

Leader of the House of Lords



Conservative Salisbury I [68]

220 days

Gladstone.jpg The Right Honourable

William Ewart Gladstone

FRSFSS

MP for Midlothian

(1809–1898) See also § Premierships:2



First Lord of the Treasury

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal

Leader of the House of Commons



Liberal Gladstone III [65]

1 February

1886 20 July

1886 1885

170 days

Robert cecil.jpg The Most Honourable

Robert Gascoyne-Cecil

3rd Marquess of Salisbury

KGPCFRSDL

(1830–1903) 25 July

1886 11 August

1892 1886



Leader of the House of Lords

First Lord of the Treasury[p]

Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs[q]



Conservative Salisbury II [68]

6 years and 18 days

Gladstone.jpg The Right Honourable

William Ewart Gladstone

FRSFSS

MP for Midlothian

(1809–1898) See also § Premierships:2



First Lord of the Treasury

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal

Leader of the House of Commons



Liberal Gladstone IV [65]

15 August

1892 2 March

1894 1892

1 year and 200 days

Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery - 1890s.jpg The Right Honourable

Archibald Primrose

5th Earl of Rosebery

KGPCFRS

(1847–1929) 5 March

1894 22 June

1895 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Lord President of the Council

Leader of the House of Lords



Liberal Rosebery [71]

1 year and 110 days

Robert cecil.jpg The Most Honourable

Robert Gascoyne-Cecil

3rd Marquess of Salisbury

KGPCFRSDL

(1830–1903) 25 June

1895 11 July

1902 [ad. 2]



Leader of the House of Lords

Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs[r]

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal[s]



Conservative Salisbury III

(Con.–Lib.U.) [68]

1895

1900

7 years and 17 days Edward VII

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1901–1910)

Arthur Balfour, photo portrait facing left.jpg The Right Honourable

Arthur Balfour

FRSDL

MP for Manchester East

(1848–1930) 11 July

1902 5 December

1905 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative Balfour [72]

3 years and 148 days

Henry Campbell-Bannerman photo.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman

GCB

MP for Stirling Burghs

(1836–1908) 5 December

1905 7 April

1908 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Liberal Campbell-Bannerman [73]

1906

2 years and 125 days

H H Asquith 1908.jpg The Right Honourable

Herbert Henry Asquith

KCFRS

MP for East Fife

(1852–1928) 7 April

1908 7 December

1916 [ad. 5]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Sec. of State for War[t]



Liberal Asquith I [75]

Jan.1910

​ Dec.1910 George V

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1910–1936)

​ Asquith II

(Lib.–Con.–et al.)

8 years and 243 days

The Right Hon. David Lloyd George.jpg The Right Honourable

David Lloyd George

OM

MP for Caernarvon Boroughs

(1863–1945) 7 December

1916 19 October

1922 [ad. 6]



First Lord of the Treasury



Liberal Lloyd George War [76]

1918 Lloyd George II

(Lib.–Con.)

5 years and 318 days

Andrew Bonar Law 02.jpg The Right Honourable

Bonar Law

MP for Glasgow Central

(1858–1923) 23 October

1922 20 May

1923 1922



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative

(Scot.U.) Law [77]

210 days

Stanley Baldwin ggbain.35233.jpg The Right Honourable

Stanley Baldwin

JP

MP for Bewdley

(1867–1947) 23 May

1923 16 January

1924 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Chancellor of the Exchequer[u]



Conservative Baldwin I [78]

239 days

Ramsay MacDonald ggbain 35734.jpg The Right Honourable

Ramsay MacDonald

MP for Aberavon

(1866–1937) 22 January

1924 4 November

1924 1923



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs



Labour MacDonald I [79]

288 days

Stanley Baldwin ggbain.35233.jpg The Right Honourable

Stanley Baldwin

JPFRS

MP for Bewdley

(1867–1947) 4 November

1924 5 June

1929 1924



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative Baldwin II [78]

4 years and 214 days

Ramsay MacDonald ggbain 35734.jpg The Right Honourable

Ramsay MacDonald

FRS

MP for Seaham

(1866–1937) 5 June

1929 7 June

1935 1929



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Labour MacDonald II [79]

National Labour National I

(N.Lab.–Con.–et al.)

1931 National II

6 years and 3 days

​ Stanley Baldwin ggbain.35233.jpg The Right Honourable

Stanley Baldwin

JPFRS

MP for Bewdley

(1867–1947) 7 June

1935 28 May

1937 1935



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative National III

(Con.–N.Lab.–et al.) [78]

Edward VIII

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1936)

George VI

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1936–1952)

1 year and 356 days

Neville chamberlain1921.jpg The Right Honourable

Neville Chamberlain

FRS

MP for Birmingham Edgbaston

(1869–1940) 28 May

1937 10 May

1940 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative National IV [80]

​ Chamberlain War

2 years and 349 days

Churchill HU 90973.jpg The Right Honourable

Winston Churchill

CHTDFRS

MP for Epping

(1874–1965) 10 May

1940 26 July

1945 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister of Defence

Leader of the House of Commons[v]



Conservative Churchill War

(All parties) [82]

​ Churchill Caretaker

(Con.–Lib.N.)

5 years and 78 days

Clement Attlee.jpg The Right Honourable

Clement Attlee

CHFRS

MP for Limehouse – Walthamstow West[w]

(1883–1967) 26 July

1945 26 October

1951 1945



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister of Defence[x]



Labour Attlee I [84]

1950 Attlee II

6 years and 93 days

Churchill HU 90973.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Winston Churchill

KGOMCHTDDLFRSRA

MP for Woodford

(1874–1965) 26 October

1951 7 April

1955 1951



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister of Defence[y]



Conservative Churchill III [82]

3 years and 163 days Elizabeth II

Royal Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom.svg

(1952–present)

Sir Anthony-Eden number 10 Official.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Anthony Eden

KGMC

MP for Warwick Leamington

(1897–1977) 7 April

1955 10 January

1957 1955



First Lord of the Treasury



Conservative Eden [85]

1 year and 280 days

Harold Macmillan number 10 official.jpg The Right Honourable

Harold Macmillan

FRS

MP for Bromley

(1894–1986) 10 January

1957 18 October

1963 1959



First Lord of the Treasury



Conservative Macmillan I [86]

​ Macmillan II

6 years and 283 days

Alec Douglas-Home (c1963).jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Alec Douglas-Home

KT

MP for Kinross Western Perthshire[z]

(1903–1995) 18 October

1963 16 October

1964 —



First Lord of the Treasury



Conservative

(Scot.U.) Douglas-Home [88]

364 days

Harold Wilson Number 10 official.jpg The Right Honourable

Harold Wilson

OBEFRS

MP for Huyton

(1916–1995) 16 October

1964 19 June

1970 1964



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service[aa]



Labour Wilson I [90]

1966 Wilson II

5 years and 247 days

Heathdod.JPG The Right Honourable

Edward Heath

MBE

MP for Bexley – Sidcup[ab]

(1916–2005) 19 June

1970 4 March

1974 1970



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative Heath [91]

3 years and 259 days

Harold Wilson Number 10 official.jpg The Right Honourable

Harold Wilson

OBEFRS

MP for Huyton

(1916–1995) 4 March

1974 5 April

1976 Feb.1974



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Labour Wilson III [90]

Oct.1974 Wilson IV

2 years and 33 days

James Callaghan.JPG The Right Honourable

James Callaghan

MP for Cardiff South East

(1912–2005) 5 April

1976 4 May

1979 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Labour Callaghan [92]

3 years and 30 days

Margaret Thatcher cropped1.png The Right Honourable

Margaret Thatcher

FRSFRIC

MP for Finchley

(1925–2013) See also § Premierships:3



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative Thatcher I [93]

4 May

1979 28 November

1990 1979

1983 Thatcher II

1987 Thatcher III

11 years and 209 days

Major PM full.jpg The Right Honourable

John Major

MP for Huntingdon

(born 1943) 28 November

1990 2 May

1997 1992



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative Major I [94]

​ Major II

6 years and 156 days

Tony Blair.jpg The Right Honourable

Tony Blair

MP for Sedgefield

(born 1953) See also § Premierships:4



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Labour Blair I [95]

2 May

1997 27 June

2007 1997

2001 Blair II

2005 Blair III

10 years and 57 days

GordonBrown1234 cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

Gordon Brown

MP for Kirkcaldy Cowdenbeath

(born 1951) See also § Premierships:5



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Labour Brown [96]

27 June

2007 11 May

2010 —

2 years and 319 days

David Cameron official.jpg The Right Honourable

David Cameron

MP for Witney

(born 1966) See also § Premierships:6



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative Cameron–Clegg

(Con.–L.D.) [97]

11 May

2010 13 July

2016 2010

2015 Cameron II

6 years and 64 days

Theresa May Official.jpg The Right Honourable

Theresa May

MP for Maidenhead

(born 1956) See also § Premierships:7



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative May I [98]

13 July

2016 Incumbent [ad. 7]

2017 May II

1 year and 294 days


Pradeep Chawla on 12-05-2019

Portrait Name[c]

(Birth–Death) Term of office Mandate Duration of premiership Ministerial portfolios

held as Prime Minister Party[d] Ministry Monarch

(Reign) Ref.

Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford by Arthur Pond.jpg The Right Honourable

Robert Walpole

1st Earl of Orford

KGKBPC

MP for Kings Lynn[e]

(1676–1745) 4 April

1721 11 February

1742 1722



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons[f]



Whig Walpole–Townshend George I

Coat of Arms of Great Britain (1714-1801).svg

(1714–1727) [33]

1727 George II

Coat of Arms of Great Britain (1714-1801).svg

(1727–1760)

1734 Walpole

1741

20 years and 314 days

Spencer Compton 1st Earl of Wilmington cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

Spencer Compton

1st Earl of Wilmington

KGKBPC

(1673–1743) 16 February

1742 2 July

1743 —



First Lord of the Treasury



Whig Carteret [34]

1 year and 137 days[†]

​ Henry Pelham, Parliamentary Art Collection crop.jpg The Right Honourable

Henry Pelham

FRS

MP for Sus

(1694–1754) 27 August

1743 6 March

1754 1747



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Whig [35]

Broad Bottom I

Broad Bottom II

10 years and 192 days[†]

ThomasPelham-Holles.jpg His Grace

Thomas Pelham-Holles

1st Duke of Newcastle

KGPCFRS

(1693–1768) 16 March

1754 16 November

1756 1754



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Newcastle I [36]

2 years and 246 days

William Cavendish, 4th Duke of Devonshire cropped.JPG His Grace

William Cavendish

4th Duke of Devonshire

KGPC

(1720–1764) 16 November

1756 25 June

1757 —



First Lord of the Treasury[g]

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Pitt–Devonshire [38]

​ 1757 Caretaker

222 days

ThomasPelham-Holles.jpg His Grace

Thomas Pelham-Holles

1st Duke of Newcastle

KGPCFRS

(1693–1768) 2 July

1757 26 May

1762 1761



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Pitt–Newcastle [36]

George III

Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom (1801-1816).svg

(1760–1820)

4 years and 329 days

John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute cropped cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

John Stuart

3rd Earl of Bute

KGPC

(1713–1792) 26 May

1762 8 April

1763 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory Bute

(Tory–Whig) [39]

318 days

George Grenville (1712–1770) by William Hoare (1707-1792) Cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

George Grenville

MP for Buckingham

(1712–1770) 16 April

1763 13 July

1765 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Whig

(Grenvillite) Grenville

(Whig–Tory) [40]

2 years and 89 days

2nd Marquess of Rockingham cropped.jpg The Most Honourable

Charles Watson-Wentworth

2nd Marquess of Rockingham

KGPCFRS

(1730–1782) 13 July

1765 30 July

1766 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig

(Rockinghamite) Rockingham I [41]

1 year and 18 days

William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham by Richard Brompton cropped cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

William Pitt

1st Earl of Chatham

PCFRS

MP for Bath[h]

(1708–1778) 30 July

1766 14 October

1768 1768



Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal



Whig

(Chathamite) Chatham

(Whig–Tory) [43]

2 years and 77 days

Grafton3 cropped.JPG His Grace

Augustus FitzRoy

3rd Duke of Grafton

KGPC

(1735–1811) 14 October

1768 28 January

1770 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig

(Chathamite) Grafton [44]

1 year and 107 days

Nathaniel Dance Lord North cropped cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

Frederick North

Lord North

KG

MP for Banbury

(1732–1792) 28 January

1770 22 March

1782 [ad. 1]



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Northite) North [45]

1774

1780

12 years and 54 days

2nd Marquess of Rockingham cropped.jpg The Most Honourable

Charles Watson-Wentworth

2nd Marquess of Rockingham

KGPCFRS

(1730–1782) 27 March

1782 1 July

1782 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig

(Rockinghamite) Rockingham II [41]

97 days[†]

William Petty, 2nd Earl of Shelburne by JL Mosnier crop.jpg The Right Honourable

William Petty

2nd Earl of Shelburne

KGPC

(1737–1805) 4 July

1782 2 April

1783 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig

(Chathamite) Shelburne

(Whig–Tory) [46]

273 days

3rd Duke of Portland 1804 cropped.jpg His Grace

William Cavendish-Bentinck

3rd Duke of Portland

PCFRS

(1738–1809) 2 April

1783 19 December

1783 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Fox–North [47]

262 days

William Pitt the Younger.jpg The Right Honourable

William Pitt the Younger

MP for Appleby – Cambridge University[i]

(1759–1806) 19 December

1783 14 March

1801 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Pittite) Pitt I [48]

1784

1790

1796

17 years and 86 days

Henry Addington by Beechey.jpg The Right Honourable

Henry Addington

MP for Devizes

(1757–1844) 17 March

1801 10 May

1804 1801



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Pittite) Addington [49]

1802

3 years and 55 days

William Pitt the Younger.jpg The Right Honourable

William Pitt the Younger

MP for Cambridge University

(1759–1806) 10 May

1804 23 January

1806 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Pittite) Pitt II [48]

1 year and 259 days[†]

1st Baron Grenville-cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

William Grenville

1st Baron Grenville

PCPC (Ire)

(1759–1834) 11 February

1806 31 March

1807 [ad. 3]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig All the Talents

(Whig–Tory) [50]

1806

1 year and 49 days

3rd Duke of Portland 1804 cropped.jpg His Grace

William Cavendish-Bentinck

3rd Duke of Portland

KGPCFRS

(1738–1809) 31 March

1807 4 October

1809 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury



Tory

(Pittite) Portland II [47]

1807

2 years and 188 days

Spencerperceval.jpg The Right Honourable

Spencer Perceval

KC

MP for Northampton

(1762–1812) 4 October

1809 11 May

1812 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Pittite) Perceval [51]

2 years and 221 days[‡]

Earl jenkinson.jpg The Right Honourable

Robert Jenkinson

2nd Earl of Liverpool

KGPCFRS

(1770–1828) 8 June

1812 9 April

1827 1812



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory

(Pittite) Liverpool [52]

1818

1820 George IV

Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom (1816-1837).svg

(1820–1830)

1826

14 years and 306 days

George Canning by Richard Evans - detail.jpg The Right Honourable

George Canning

FRS

MP for Seaford

(1770–1827) 10 April

1827 8 August

1827 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Tory

(Canningite) Canning

(Canningite–Whig) [53]

121 days[†]

Frederick John Robinson, 1st Earl of Ripon by Sir Thomas Lawrence cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

Frederick John Robinson

1st Viscount Goderich

PC

(1782–1859) 31 August

1827 21 January

1828 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory

(Canningite) Goderich [54]

144 days

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington by John Jackson cropped.jpg Field MarshalHis Grace

Arthur Wellesley

1st Duke of Wellington

KGGCBGCHPC

(1769–1852) 22 January

1828 16 November

1830 [ad. 4]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory Wellington–Peel [55]

1830 William IV

Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom (1816-1837).svg

(1830–1837)

2 years and 299 days

Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey by Sir Thomas Lawrence copy.jpg The Right Honourable

Charles Grey

2nd Earl Grey

KGPC

(1764–1845) 22 November

1830 9 July

1834 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Grey [56]

1831

1832–

1833

3 years and 230 days

2nd V Melbourne.jpg The Right Honourable

William Lamb

2nd Viscount Melbourne

PC

(1779–1848) 16 July

1834 14 November

1834 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Melbourne I [57]

122 days

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington by John Jackson cropped.jpg Field MarshalHis Grace

Arthur Wellesley

1st Duke of Wellington

KGGCBGCHPC

(1769–1852) 14 November

1834 10 December

1834 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Sec. of State for the Home Department

Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs

Sec. of State for War and the Colonies

Leader of the House of Lords



Tory Wellington Caretaker [55]

27 days

Robert Peel by RR Scanlan detail.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Robert Peel

BtFRS

MP for Tamworth

(1788–1850) 10 December

1834 8 April

1835 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative Peel I [58]

120 days

2nd V Melbourne.jpg The Right Honourable

William Lamb

2nd Viscount Melbourne

PCFRS

(1779–1848) 18 April

1835 30 August

1841 1835



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Whig Melbourne II [57]

1837 Victoria

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1837–1901)

6 years and 135 days

Robert Peel by RR Scanlan detail.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Robert Peel

BtFRS

MP for Tamworth

(1788–1850) 30 August

1841 29 June

1846 1841



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative Peel II [58]

4 years and 304 days

Lord John Russell.jpg The Right Honourable

Lord John Russell

FRS

MP for the City of London

(1792–1878) 30 June

1846 21 February

1852 1847



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Whig Russell I [59]

5 years and 237 days

14th Earl of Derby (cropped).jpg The Right Honourable

Edward Smith-Stanley

14th Earl of Derby

PC

(1799–1869) 23 February

1852 17 December

1852 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Conservative Who? Who? [60]

1852

299 days

Earlofaberdeen.jpg The Right Honourable

George Hamilton-Gordon

4th Earl of Aberdeen

KTFRSEFRSPCFSA Scot

(1784–1860) 19 December

1852 30 January

1855 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Peelite Aberdeen

(Peelite–Whig) [61]

2 years and 43 days

Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston.jpg The Right Honourable

Henry John Temple

3rd Viscount Palmerston

KGGCBPCFRS

MP for Tiverton

(1784–1865) 6 February

1855 19 February

1858 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Whig Palmerston I [62]

1857

3 years and 14 days

14th Earl of Derby (cropped).jpg The Right Honourable

Edward Smith-Stanley

14th Earl of Derby

PC

(1799–1869) 20 February

1858 11 June

1859 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Conservative Derby–Disraeli II [60]

1 year and 112 days

Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston.jpg The Right Honourable

Henry John Temple

3rd Viscount Palmerston

KGGCBPCFRS

MP for Tiverton

(1784–1865) 12 June

1859 18 October

1865 1859



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Liberal Palmerston II [62]

1865

6 years and 129 days[†]

Lord John Russell.jpg The Right Honourable

John Russell

1st Earl Russell

KGPCFRS

(1792–1878) 29 October

1865 26 June

1866 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Liberal Russell II [59]

241 days

14th Earl of Derby (cropped).jpg The Right Honourable

Edward Smith-Stanley

14th Earl of Derby

KGPC

(1799–1869) 28 June

1866 25 February

1868 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Lords



Conservative Derby–Disraeli III [60]

1 year and 243 days

Disraeli.jpg The Right Honourable

Benjamin Disraeli

MP for Buckinghamshire

(1804–1881) See also § Premierships:1



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative [63]

27 February

1868 1 December

1868 —

279 days

Gladstone.jpg The Right Honourable

William Ewart Gladstone

FSS

MP for Greenwich

(1809–1898) See also § Premierships:2



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Chancellor of the Exchequer[j]



Liberal Gladstone I [65]

3 December

1868 17 February

1874 1868

5 years and 77 days

Disraeli.jpg The Right Honourable

Benjamin Disraeli

1st Earl of Beaconsfield

KGPCFRS

MP for Buckinghamshire[k]

(1804–1881) See also § Premierships:1



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons[l]

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal[m]

Leader of the House of Lords[n]



Conservative Disraeli II [63]

20 February

1874 21 April

1880 1874

6 years and 62 days

Gladstone.jpg The Right Honourable

William Ewart Gladstone

FRSFSS

MP for Midlothian

(1809–1898) See also § Premierships:2



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Chancellor of the Exchequer[o]



Liberal Gladstone II [65]

23 April

1880 9 June

1885 1880

5 years and 48 days

Robert cecil.jpg The Most Honourable

Robert Gascoyne-Cecil

3rd Marquess of Salisbury

KGPCFRSDL

(1830–1903) 23 June

1885 28 January

1886 —



Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs

Leader of the House of Lords



Conservative Salisbury I [68]

220 days

Gladstone.jpg The Right Honourable

William Ewart Gladstone

FRSFSS

MP for Midlothian

(1809–1898) See also § Premierships:2



First Lord of the Treasury

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal

Leader of the House of Commons



Liberal Gladstone III [65]

1 February

1886 20 July

1886 1885

170 days

Robert cecil.jpg The Most Honourable

Robert Gascoyne-Cecil

3rd Marquess of Salisbury

KGPCFRSDL

(1830–1903) 25 July

1886 11 August

1892 1886



Leader of the House of Lords

First Lord of the Treasury[p]

Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs[q]



Conservative Salisbury II [68]

6 years and 18 days

Gladstone.jpg The Right Honourable

William Ewart Gladstone

FRSFSS

MP for Midlothian

(1809–1898) See also § Premierships:2



First Lord of the Treasury

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal

Leader of the House of Commons



Liberal Gladstone IV [65]

15 August

1892 2 March

1894 1892

1 year and 200 days

Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery - 1890s.jpg The Right Honourable

Archibald Primrose

5th Earl of Rosebery

KGPCFRS

(1847–1929) 5 March

1894 22 June

1895 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Lord President of the Council

Leader of the House of Lords



Liberal Rosebery [71]

1 year and 110 days

Robert cecil.jpg The Most Honourable

Robert Gascoyne-Cecil

3rd Marquess of Salisbury

KGPCFRSDL

(1830–1903) 25 June

1895 11 July

1902 [ad. 2]



Leader of the House of Lords

Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs[r]

Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal[s]



Conservative Salisbury III

(Con.–Lib.U.) [68]

1895

1900

7 years and 17 days Edward VII

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1901–1910)

Arthur Balfour, photo portrait facing left.jpg The Right Honourable

Arthur Balfour

FRSDL

MP for Manchester East

(1848–1930) 11 July

1902 5 December

1905 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative Balfour [72]

3 years and 148 days

Henry Campbell-Bannerman photo.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman

GCB

MP for Stirling Burghs

(1836–1908) 5 December

1905 7 April

1908 [ad. 2]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Liberal Campbell-Bannerman [73]

1906

2 years and 125 days

H H Asquith 1908.jpg The Right Honourable

Herbert Henry Asquith

KCFRS

MP for East Fife

(1852–1928) 7 April

1908 7 December

1916 [ad. 5]



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Sec. of State for War[t]



Liberal Asquith I [75]

Jan.1910

​ Dec.1910 George V

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1910–1936)

​ Asquith II

(Lib.–Con.–et al.)

8 years and 243 days

The Right Hon. David Lloyd George.jpg The Right Honourable

David Lloyd George

OM

MP for Caernarvon Boroughs

(1863–1945) 7 December

1916 19 October

1922 [ad. 6]



First Lord of the Treasury



Liberal Lloyd George War [76]

1918 Lloyd George II

(Lib.–Con.)

5 years and 318 days

Andrew Bonar Law 02.jpg The Right Honourable

Bonar Law

MP for Glasgow Central

(1858–1923) 23 October

1922 20 May

1923 1922



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative

(Scot.U.) Law [77]

210 days

Stanley Baldwin ggbain.35233.jpg The Right Honourable

Stanley Baldwin

JP

MP for Bewdley

(1867–1947) 23 May

1923 16 January

1924 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Chancellor of the Exchequer[u]



Conservative Baldwin I [78]

239 days

Ramsay MacDonald ggbain 35734.jpg The Right Honourable

Ramsay MacDonald

MP for Aberavon

(1866–1937) 22 January

1924 4 November

1924 1923



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons

Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs



Labour MacDonald I [79]

288 days

Stanley Baldwin ggbain.35233.jpg The Right Honourable

Stanley Baldwin

JPFRS

MP for Bewdley

(1867–1947) 4 November

1924 5 June

1929 1924



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative Baldwin II [78]

4 years and 214 days

Ramsay MacDonald ggbain 35734.jpg The Right Honourable

Ramsay MacDonald

FRS

MP for Seaham

(1866–1937) 5 June

1929 7 June

1935 1929



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Labour MacDonald II [79]

National Labour National I

(N.Lab.–Con.–et al.)

1931 National II

6 years and 3 days

​ Stanley Baldwin ggbain.35233.jpg The Right Honourable

Stanley Baldwin

JPFRS

MP for Bewdley

(1867–1947) 7 June

1935 28 May

1937 1935



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative National III

(Con.–N.Lab.–et al.) [78]

Edward VIII

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1936)

George VI

Coat of arms of the United Kingdom (1837-1952).svg

(1936–1952)

1 year and 356 days

Neville chamberlain1921.jpg The Right Honourable

Neville Chamberlain

FRS

MP for Birmingham Edgbaston

(1869–1940) 28 May

1937 10 May

1940 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Leader of the House of Commons



Conservative National IV [80]

​ Chamberlain War

2 years and 349 days

Churchill HU 90973.jpg The Right Honourable

Winston Churchill

CHTDFRS

MP for Epping

(1874–1965) 10 May

1940 26 July

1945 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister of Defence

Leader of the House of Commons[v]



Conservative Churchill War

(All parties) [82]

​ Churchill Caretaker

(Con.–Lib.N.)

5 years and 78 days

Clement Attlee.jpg The Right Honourable

Clement Attlee

CHFRS

MP for Limehouse – Walthamstow West[w]

(1883–1967) 26 July

1945 26 October

1951 1945



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister of Defence[x]



Labour Attlee I [84]

1950 Attlee II

6 years and 93 days

Churchill HU 90973.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Winston Churchill

KGOMCHTDDLFRSRA

MP for Woodford

(1874–1965) 26 October

1951 7 April

1955 1951



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister of Defence[y]



Conservative Churchill III [82]

3 years and 163 days Elizabeth II

Royal Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom.svg

(1952–present)

Sir Anthony-Eden number 10 Official.jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Anthony Eden

KGMC

MP for Warwick Leamington

(1897–1977) 7 April

1955 10 January

1957 1955



First Lord of the Treasury



Conservative Eden [85]

1 year and 280 days

Harold Macmillan number 10 official.jpg The Right Honourable

Harold Macmillan

FRS

MP for Bromley

(1894–1986) 10 January

1957 18 October

1963 1959



First Lord of the Treasury



Conservative Macmillan I [86]

​ Macmillan II

6 years and 283 days

Alec Douglas-Home (c1963).jpg The Right Honourable

Sir Alec Douglas-Home

KT

MP for Kinross Western Perthshire[z]

(1903–1995) 18 October

1963 16 October

1964 —



First Lord of the Treasury



Conservative

(Scot.U.) Douglas-Home [88]

364 days

Harold Wilson Number 10 official.jpg The Right Honourable

Harold Wilson

OBEFRS

MP for Huyton

(1916–1995) 16 October

1964 19 June

1970 1964



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service[aa]



Labour Wilson I [90]

1966 Wilson II

5 years and 247 days

Heathdod.JPG The Right Honourable

Edward Heath

MBE

MP for Bexley – Sidcup[ab]

(1916–2005) 19 June

1970 4 March

1974 1970



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative Heath [91]

3 years and 259 days

Harold Wilson Number 10 official.jpg The Right Honourable

Harold Wilson

OBEFRS

MP for Huyton

(1916–1995) 4 March

1974 5 April

1976 Feb.1974



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Labour Wilson III [90]

Oct.1974 Wilson IV

2 years and 33 days

James Callaghan.JPG The Right Honourable

James Callaghan

MP for Cardiff South East

(1912–2005) 5 April

1976 4 May

1979 —



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Labour Callaghan [92]

3 years and 30 days

Margaret Thatcher cropped1.png The Right Honourable

Margaret Thatcher

FRSFRIC

MP for Finchley

(1925–2013) See also § Premierships:3



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative Thatcher I [93]

4 May

1979 28 November

1990 1979

1983 Thatcher II

1987 Thatcher III

11 years and 209 days

Major PM full.jpg The Right Honourable

John Major

MP for Huntingdon

(born 1943) 28 November

1990 2 May

1997 1992



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative Major I [94]

​ Major II

6 years and 156 days

Tony Blair.jpg The Right Honourable

Tony Blair

MP for Sedgefield

(born 1953) See also § Premierships:4



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Labour Blair I [95]

2 May

1997 27 June

2007 1997

2001 Blair II

2005 Blair III

10 years and 57 days

GordonBrown1234 cropped.jpg The Right Honourable

Gordon Brown

MP for Kirkcaldy Cowdenbeath

(born 1951) See also § Premierships:5



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Labour Brown [96]

27 June

2007 11 May

2010 —

2 years and 319 days

David Cameron official.jpg The Right Honourable

David Cameron

MP for Witney

(born 1966) See also § Premierships:6



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative Cameron–Clegg

(Con.–L.D.) [97]

11 May

2010 13 July

2016 2010

2015 Cameron II

6 years and 64 days

Theresa May Official.jpg The Right Honourable

Theresa May

MP for Maidenhead

(born 1956) See also § Premierships:7



First Lord of the Treasury

Minister for the Civil Service



Conservative May I [98]

13 July

2016 Incumbent [ad. 7]

2017 May II

1 year and 294 days



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