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  1. Cevolian *Brooks Newmark Intensifies*

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    That one is good, it's very A E S T H E T I C but again I don't think it's great for lists TBH... idk I'm used to the traditional font XD
     
  2. Beata Beatrix Duchess of Buffonia

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    Fine. Just a S U G G E S T I O N.
     
  3. Cevolian *Brooks Newmark Intensifies*

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    Sorry I didn't mean to sound rude! :) Idk I'm set in my ways is all XD did you see the Carswell graphic on the previous page?
     
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  4. Beata Beatrix Duchess of Buffonia

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    No, no. Whatever works for you, Cev. :) I just like experimentation.

    Ooh, very nice!
     
  5. Cevolian *Brooks Newmark Intensifies*

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    Yeah, I prefer experimenting with colours and leaving the basics the same, but your list looks really cool!

    And thanks :) yet another graphic for a TL I won't do XD
     
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  6. Cevolian *Brooks Newmark Intensifies*

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    1979-1983: Margaret Thatcher (Conservative)
    1983-1987: Geoffrey Howe [Conservative leading National Government with Labour, SDP and Liberal]
    1987-1992: David Owen (SDP)
    1992-1999: Alan Clark (Conservative)
    1999-2001: Charles Kennedy (SDP)
    2001-2004: Anna Soubry (SDP-Labour-Liberal Coalition)
    2004-2005: Roger Knapman (British Front)
    2005-2016: Chris Grayling (SDP)
    2016-20--: Raheem Kassem (British Front)
     
  7. Beata Beatrix Duchess of Buffonia

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    aaah
     
  8. Cevolian *Brooks Newmark Intensifies*

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    [Is literally just memes]
     
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    1914-1916: Herbert Asquith (Liberal)
    1910: (Minority with IPP Confidence and Supply) Def: Arthur Balfour (Unioist Coalition), George Nicoll Barnes (Labour)
    1915: (Wartime All-Party Coalition with Liberals, Conservatives, Nationals [1] and National Democratic Labour)
    1916-1919: David Lloyd-George (Liberal)
    1916: (Wartime All-Party Coalition with Liberals, Conservatives, Nationals and National Democratic Labour)

    1919-1923: Richard Verney, 19th Baron Willoughby De Broke (National) [2]
    1919: (Minority with "Pro-National" Conservative Confidence and Supply) Def: David Lloyd-George (Centre), Eamon De Valera (Sinn Fein), John Clynes (Labour), Herbert Asquith (Liberal), Stanley Baldwin ("True" Conservative)
    1923-1924: Edward Carson (National) [3]
    1923: (Minority with "Pro-National" Conservative [4] Confidence and Supply)
    1923-1926: Ramsay MacDonald (Labour) [5]
    1923: (Minority with Centre and Liberal Confidence and Supply) Def: Edward Carson (National), Stanley Baldwin/Various ("Continuity" Conservatives/"Pro-National" Conservatives)
    1926-1930: Austen Chamberlain (Centre) [6]
    1926: (National Unity Government with National, "Government" Labour, Liberals, Continuity Conservatives) Def: William Adamson ("Socialist" Labour)
    1930-1934: William Joynson-Hicks (National) [7]
    1930: (Majority) Def: Oliver Baldwin ("Socialist" Labour), Ramsay MacDonald ("Government" Labour), Samuel Hoare (Centre), James Maxton (ILP), Various (Continuity and Independent Conservatives)
    1934-1942: Sir Stafford Cripps (Social Democratic) [8]
    1934: (Majority) Def: William Joynson-Hicks (National), John Simon (Centre), Herbert Samuel (New Liberal) [9], Phillip Snowden (Moderate Labour) [10], Various (Independent Tories)
    1938: (Majority) Def: Winston Churchill (National), Duff Cooper (Alliance: Centre/New Liberal/Moderate Labour/Tory) [11]

    1942-1946: Sir Oswald Mosley (National) [12]
    1942: (Majority) Def: Sir Stafford Cripps (Social Democratic), Anthony Eden (Centre), Archibald Sinclair (New Liberal), Unclear Leadership (Country) [13]
    1946: (Coalition with Country) Def: Emanuel Shinwell (Social Democratic), Gwilym Lloyd-George (Centre), Archibald Sinclair (New Liberal)

    1946-19??: Harold Macmillan (National) [14]
    1949: (Majority) Def: Hugh Dalton (Social Democratic), Lady Cynthia Eden (Centre) [15]
     
  10. Cevolian *Brooks Newmark Intensifies*

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    PRIME MINISTER (WESTMINSTER PARLIAMENT):

    1908-1917:
    Herbert Asquith (Liberal)
    1917-1918: David Lloyd-George (Liberal)
    1918-1922: Walter Long (Conservative)
    1922-1923: Austen Chamberlain (Conservative Majority)
    1923-1924: David Lloyd-George (Liberal)
    1924-1927: David Lloyd-George (Liberal leading National Government with Conservatives, Irish Unionists and Moderate Republicans)
    1927-1927: Austen Chamberlain (Conservative leading National Government with National Liberals and Irish Unionists backed by Anti-Communist Militants)

    CHAIRMAN OF THE PROVISIONAL REVOLUTIONARY COUNCIL:

    1927-1928:
    Arthur J. Cook (Labour backed by Revolutionary Militants)

    PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL OF STATE:

    1928-1932:
    Arthur J. Cook (Labour)

    1928: (United Front with ILP, "Pro-Revolution" Liberals, Farmers' League and Communist) Def: Winston Churchill ("Counter-Revolutionaries"/Conservative and Liberal), Social Credit
    1932: (United Front with Liberal, ILP, Agriculturalist and Communist) Def: Leo Amory (National Defence), Social Credit, Assorted ("Reactionaries")

    1932-1936: Harry Pollit (Labour leading United Front with ILP, Liberal, Agriculturalist and Communist)
    1936-1937: Stafford Cripps (National Democratic Labour)
    1936: (Revolutionary Defence Front with "Revolutionary" Labour, National Defence, Social Credit and Communist)
    1937-1944: Stafford Cripps (National Democratic Labour leading Wartime National Government with Labour, National, Country, Social Credit, ILP Liberal and Communist)
    1944-1948: Arthur Greenwood (National Democratic Labour)
    1944: (United Front with "Left" Labour, ILP, Liberal and Communist)
    1948-19---: Oswald Mosley (National Peoples')
    1948: (Coalition with "Continuity" Country, Scottish National and Liberal)


    or

    PRIME MINISTER (OTTAWA PARLIAMENT):

    1927-1928: Austen Chamberlain (Conservative leading All Party Coalition) de jure
    1928-1935: George Curzon (Conservative leading All Party Coalition)
    1935-1940: Neville Chamberlain (National Unionist Majority)
    1940-19---: Megan Lloyd-George (Social Democratic-National Unionist-Alliance "Grand Coalition")
     
  11. Cevolian *Brooks Newmark Intensifies*

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    LLOYD-GEORGE KNEW MY FATHER:
    Father knew Lloyd-George

    1908-1910: Herbert Asquith (Liberal)
    1910-1910: Arthur Balfour ("Royalist" Conservative-Liberal Unionist-"Royalist Liberal" Coalition)
    1910-1911: David Lloyd-George ("Constitutional" Liberal leading "Constitutional" Coalition with Labour, "Constitutional" Conservatives and "Constitutional" Liberal Unionists)
    1911-1916: David Lloyd-George (Constitutional)

    1911: (Majority) Def: Richard Verney ("Royalist" Conservative/National), Walter Runciman ("True" Liberal), George Barnes (Labour), Various (Liberal Unionists)
    1916-1918: David Lloyd-George (Constitutional leading Wartime All-Party Coalition with National, Liberal, Labour, IPP and Liberal Unionists)
    1918-1921: Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener (National Independent leading Wartime All-Party Coalition with Constitutional, National, Liberal, Labour, IPP and Liberal Unionists)
    1921-1923: Sir Richard Cooper (National)

    1921: ("Restoration Coalition" with Irish Unionist and Liberal Unionists) Def: Austen Chamberlain (Costitutional), Ramsay MacDonald (Labour), Reginald McKenna (Liberal)
    1923-1927: Austen Chamberlain (Constitutional)
    1923: (Majority) Def: Sir Richard Cooper (National), Ramsay MacDonald (Labour), Reginald McKenna (Liberal), Various ("Continuity" Liberal Unionist), Various (Independent Conservatives)
    1927-1928: John Simon (Constitutional leading Wartime Emergency Government with National, "War" Labour and Liberal)
    1928-1933: John Simon (Constitutional)

    1928: (Majority) Def: George Curzon (National), Walter Runciman (Liberal), George Barnes ("War" Labour), William Adamson ("Peace" Labour)
    1933-1938: Henry Page Croft (National)
    1933: (Majority) Def: John Simon (Constitutional), Francis Wirgley-Hirst (Liberal), Phillip Snowden (National Labour), Stafford Cripps (Socialist Labour), Oswald Mosley ("Progressive" National)
    1938-1940: Samuel Hoare (Constitutional)
    1938: (Minority with Progressive and National Labour Confidence and Supply) Def: Henry Page Croft (National), Francis Wirgley-Hirst (Liberal), Leo Amery (Progressive/National Labour Alliance), Harry Pollit (Socialist Labour), William Beveridge (Social Liberal)
    1939: (Majority) Def: Henry Page Croft (National), William Beveridge (Social Liberal/Progressive/National Labour Alliance), Oliver Baldwin (Socialist Labour), Francis Wrigley-Hirst (Liberal)

    1940-1942: Samuel Hoare (Constitutional leading Wartime All-Party Coalition with National, Democratic Progressive, Socialist Labour and Liberal)
    1942-1944: John Anderson ("War" Constitutional leading Wartime All-Party Coalition with National, Democratic Progressive, Socialist Labour and Liberal)
    1944-19---: Megan Lloyd-George (Democratic Progressive)

    1944: (Minority with "Official" Constitutional and Socialist Labour Confidence and Supply) Def: Rupert Brooke (National), John Anderson ("Coalition" Constitutional), Clement Davies (Liberal), George Kent-Windsor (Royalist Representation Committee)

    HEADS OF STATE:

    1910-1911:
    George V (Windsor) As King
    1911-1912: none (The Interegnum)
    1912-1916: Richard Haldane (Constitutional)

    1912 Def: George Windsor (Independent Royalist/"Royalist" Conservative/National/Liberal)
    1916-1920: Stanley Baldwin (Constitutional)
    1916 Def: George Windsor (Independent Royalist/National), Keir Hardie (Labour)
    1920-1923: Richard Verney (National) Resigned
    1920 Def: Stanley Baldwin (Constitutional), David Shackleton (Labour), Walter Runciman (Liberal)
    1923-1924: David Lloyd-George (Constitutional) Acting
    1924-1927: George Cave (Constitutional) Died

    1924 Def: Douglas Carnegie (National), Raymond Asquith (Liberal), John Clynes (Labour)
    1927-1928: Douglas Hogg (Constitutional) Acting
    1928-1932: Douglas Hogg (Constitutional)

    1928 Def: Rowland Hunt (National), Edgar Wallace (Liberal), Ramsay MacDonald ("Peace" Labour), Charles Stratton ("War" Labour)
    1932-1940: James Gascoyne-Cecil (National)
    1932 Def: Douglas Hogg (Constitutional), Raymond Asquith (Liberal), Oswald Mosley ("Progressve" National), David Windsor (Independent Royalist), Ernest Bevin (National Labour), James Maxton (Socialist Labour)
    1936 Def: Herbert Samuel (Constitutional/Liberal), Oswald Mosley (Progressive/National Labour Alliance), William Wedgewood Benn (Social Liberal), Denzil Dean (Socialist Labour)

    1940-1943: Edward Wood (Constitutional/Wartime Government)
    1940 Def: No Serious Opposition
    1940-1943: Edward Wood ("War" Constitutional/Wartime Government)
    1944-19---: Christoper Addison (Democratic Progressive)

    1944 Def: Edward Wood ("Coalition" Constitutional/National/Liberal), Richard Butler ("Official" Constitutional), Clement Attlee (Socialist Labour), Albert Windsor (Royalist)

    (Credit for the title goes to @Beata Beatrix and credit for the idea itself goes to @Premier Taylerov!!)

    In this world the Asquith Government sees much more difficulty passing the Parliament Act of 1911, and when Lloyd-George threatens to attempt to pass the Parliament Act and simply ignore the Lords the King, partly scared by Lloyd-George's republican rhetoric, threatens to block the bill. The subsequent confrontation leads to the hill being passed and both King and Lordanignored,prompting a constitutional crisis. The King is eventually forced to abdicate after the government he establishes out of "royalist" MPs falls and the subsequent election is won by "Constitutionalists" (republicans). The Cosntitutionals consolidate power just in time to wage the Great War against Germany, which she wins handily and enforces a "White Oeace" and status quo ante bellum. A political battle then emerge stronger between the Constitutionalist and National Parties fundamentally based on republicanism vs monarchism, until the National Party loses a referendum on restoring the monarchy and is forced to return to the Opposition as their government falls apart over whether or not to press the issue after their leader resigns the Presidency over the party's refusal.

    Britain then finds itself in the strange position of having a centre right and radical right party. This situation is only compounded when Labour splits during the 1927-1928 "Irish Emergency". Eventually, however, with William Beveridge breaking form the firmly Manchesterite rump Liberal party, and Oswald Mosley splitting from the National Party, the forces of the centre left can come together to establish a new political force. When the Costitutional Party splits over the Anglo-German War of 1940-1944 (in which Britain once again beats Imperial Germany and reaffirms her, admittedly reduced, global standing), the new "Democratic Prgressive" Party is able to tap into the spirit of change, and a Lloyd-George is brought back into Downing Street to finish what the People's Budget started...
     
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  12. Cevolian *Brooks Newmark Intensifies*

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    1963-1964: Alec Douglas-Home (Conservative Majority)
    1964-1966: Alec Douglas-Home (Conservative)
    1965-1974: Anthony Crosland (Labour)

    1965: (Majority) Def: Alec Douglas-Home (Conservative), Jo Grimond (Liberal)
    1969: (Majority) Def: Reginald Maudling (Conservative), Mark Bonham Carter (Liberal)
    1973: (Majority) Def: Keith Joseph (Conservative), Jeremy Thorpe (Liberal)

    1974-1977: Roy Jenkins (Labour Majority)
    1977-1983: Airey Neave (Conservative)

    1977: (Minority) Def - Roy Jenkins (Labour), Emlyn Hoosen (Liberal), Eric Heffer (Socialists for Britain)
    1978: (Majority) Def - David Marquand (Labour), Emlyn Hoosen (Liberal)

    1984-19---: Anthony Benn (Labour)
    1984: (Minority with Liberal Confidence and Supply) Def: Airey Neave (Conservative), David Penhaligon (Liberal)
    1984: (Majority) Def: Edward DuCann (Conservative), David Penhaligon (Liberal)
     
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  13. Cevolian *Brooks Newmark Intensifies*

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    THE CABINET OF ANGUS MAUDE:

    Prime Minister: Angus Maude
    Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary: Francis Pym

    Lord President of the Council:
    Lord Chancellor: Quintin Hogg
    Lord Privy Seal:

    Chancellor of the Exchequer: William Whitelaw
    Chief Secretary to the Treasury: Keith Joseph
    President of the Board of Trade: John Biffen


    Home Secretary: Margaret Thatcher
    Minister of Agriculture Fisheries and Food: Patrick Jenkin
    Minister of Arts: Norman St John Stevas
    Secretary for Defence: Peter Carrington
    Secretary of State for Education and Science:
    Secretary of State for Employment:
    Secretary of State for Health and Social Security:
    Secretary of State for Industry: Airey Neave
    Secretary of State for Northern Ireland:
    Paymaster General: Michael Heseltine
    Secretary of State for Scotland:
    Secretary of State for Wales:

    Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster: Peter Thornycroft


    and


    THE SHADOW CABINET OF ANTHONY BENN:

    Leader of the Opposition: Anthony Benn
    Deputy Leader: Michael Foot


    Lord President of the Council:
    Lord Chancellor:
    Lord Privy Seal:

    Chancellor of the Exchequer: David Marquand
    Chief Secretary to the Treasury: Peter Shore

    President of the Board of Trade:

    Foreign Secretary: David Owen
    Home Secretary: James Callaghan

    Minister of Agriculture Fisheries and Food:
    Minister of Arts:

    Secretary for Defence: Bill Rodgers
    Secretary of State for Education and Science:
    Secretary of State for Employment:
    Secretary of State for Health and Social Security:
    Secretary of State for Industry:
    Secretary of State for Northern Ireland:
    Paymaster General:
    Secretary of State for Scotland:

    Secretary of State for Wales: Neil Kinnock
     
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    1959-1968: Richard Kidston Law (Conservative) [1]
    1959: (Majority) Def: Nye Bevan (Labour), Jo Grimond (Liberal)
    1964: (Majority) Def: Anthony Greenwood (Labour), Mark Bonham-Carter (Liberal), Anthony Crosland (SDP)

    1968-1969: Peter Thornycoft (Conservative Majority) [2]
    1969-1974: Edward Short (Labour) [3]
    1969: (Coalition with Liberals and SDP) Def: Peter Thornycroft (Conservative), Edward Heath (Centre)
    1974-1976: Enoch Powell (Conservative) [4]
    1974: (Majority) Def: Edward Short (Labour-SDP Alliance), Eric Lubbock (Liberal)
    1976-1978: Maurice Macmillan ("Moderate" Conservative-Liberal-"Moderate" Labour Coalition) [5]
     
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    DEFENDING JERUSALEM:
    Every man must do his duty to defend this New Jerusalem...

    1943-1945: Stafford Cripps (Labour leading National Government with Conservatives, National Liberals, Liberals, ILP and National Labour)
    1945-1951: Stafford Cripps (Labour)

    1945: (Popular Front with Liberals, Nationals, ILP, Common Wealth, Communists and National Labour) Def: Richard Butler ("Continuity" Conservative), Ernest Brown (National Liberal)
    1949: (United Front with Liberals, Nationals, ILP and Communists) Def: Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, Viscount Cranborne (Union), Ernest Brown (National Liberal)

    1951-1953: Manny Shinwell (Labour leading United Front with "Pro-Labour" Liberals, Nationals, ILP and Communists)
    1953-1961: Manny Shinwell (Labour)

    1953: (United Front with "Left" Liberals, Nationals, ILP and Communists) Def: Randolph Churchill (Union), Clement Davies (National Liberal/"Right" Liberals)
    1958: (United Front with Progressives, Nationals and Communists) Def: Duncan Sandys (Union), Clement Davies (Alliance)

    1961-1962: Tom Driberg (Labour leading United Front with Progressives, Nationals and Communists)
    1962-1967: Tom Driberg (Labour)

    1962: (United Front with Progressives, Nationals and Communists) Def: Duncan Sandys (Union), Selwyn Lloyd (Alliance)
    1966: (United Front with Progressives, Nationals and Communists) Def: David Eccles (Union), Mark Bonham-Carter (Alliance)

    1967-1968: Anthony Greenwood (Labour Minority with Progressive and Communist Confidence and Supply)
    1968-19---: Harold Wilson (Labour leading United Front with Progressives, Nationals and Communists)
     
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    2001-2009: John McCain/John Kasich (Republican)
    2000: Al Gore/Jospeh Lieberman (Democratic)
    2004: Martin O'Malley/John Kerry (Democratic)
    2009-2013: Hillary Clinton/Joe Biden (Democratic)
    2008: John Kasich/Jeb Bush (Republican)
    2013-20---: Rand Paul/Gary Johnson (Republican)
    2012: Hillary Clinton/Joe Biden (Democratic)
    2016: Elizabeth Warren/Cory Booker (Democratic), Pat Buchanan/Sarah Palin ("Real" Republican)
     
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    1955-1957: Anthony Greenwood (Labour)
    1955: (Majority) Def: Winston Churchill (Conservative), Clement Davies (Liberal)
    1957-1959: Harold Wilson (Labour Majority)
    1959-1960: Harold Wilson (Labour)

    1959: (Minority with Liberal Confidence and Supply) Def: Anthony Eden (Conservative), Arthur Seldon (Liberal)
    1960-1963: Harold Wilson (Labour Minority)
    1963-1964: Alec Jones (Labour Minority)
    1964-1970: Harold Macmillan (Conservative)

    1964: (Majority) Def: Alec Jones ("Official" Labour), Alfred Roberts (Liberal), Michael Foot ("Socialist" Labour)
    1966: (Minority with Liberal and Social Democrat Confidence and Supply) Def: Enoch Powell (Liberal), Roy Jenkins (Social Democrats), James Callaghan (Socialists), Edward Short ("Continuity" Labour)
    1970-1974: Edward du Cann (Liberal)
    1970: (Minority with Conservative Confidence and Supply) Def: Roy Jenkins (SDP), Richard Butler/Harold Macmillan ("Official" Conservative/Macmillanite Conservative)
    1974-1977: Harold Lever (SDP)
    1974: (Minority with New Democratic Confidence and Supply) Def: Edward du Cann (Liberal), Harold Macmillan (New Democratic), Edward Heath (Conservative)
    1977-1979: Jim Prior (Liberal)
    1979: (Minority with New Democratic and Conservative Confidence and Supply) Def: Harold Lever (SDP), Reginald Maudling (New Democratic), Keith Joseph (Conservative)
    1979-1990: Margaret Wingfield (Liberal)
    1979: (Majority) Def: David Marquand (SDP), Michael Heseltine (New Democratic)
    1983: (Majority) Def: Tony Benn (SDP), David Steel (New Democratic)
    1987: (Minority with New Democratic Confidence and Supply) Def: Bryan Gould (SDP), David Owen (Democratic Labour)

    1990-1992: John Prescott (SDP-New Democratic Coalition)
    1992-1997: John Prescott (SDP)

    1992: (Majority) Def: Margaret Wingfield (Liberal), Kenneth Clarke (New Democratic)
    1997-2007: Tony Banks (SDP)
    1997: (Majority) Def: John Redwood (Liberal), Jeremy Ashdown (New Democratic)
    2001: (Majority) Def: Michael Portillo (Liberal), Chris Patten (New Democratic)
    2005: (Majority) Def: George Osborne (Liberal), Stephen Dorrel (New Democratic)

    2007-2010: Gordon Banks (SDP Majority)
    2010-2015: David Davies (Liberal)

    2010: (Liberal-New Democratic Coalition) Def: Gordon Banks (SDP), Nick Boles (New Democratic)
    2015: (Majority) Def: Ed Balls (SDP), Nick Boles (New Democratic)

    2016-20---: Theresa Villiers (Liberal Majority)
     
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    1964-1974: Harold Wilson (Labour)
    1974-1978: Keith Joseph (Conservative)
    1978-1982: Denis Healey (Labour)
    1982-1983: David Owen (Labour Majority)
    1983-1988: Nicholas Ridley (Conservative)
    1988-1989: Nicholas Ridley (National Majority)
    1989-1996: Anthony Meyer (National)
    1996-2005: Robert Kilroy-Silk (Labour)
    2005-2006: Robert Kilroy-Silk (Independent Minority with Liberal and Moderate Confidence and Supply)
    2006-2011: Alan Duncan (National)
    2011-2012: Steve Redford (Liberty-
    2012-20---: Steve Redford (Independent)

    2012: (Majority backed by Alliance for Liberty and Renewal 2012) Def: Owen Smith (Independent: Left and Demos)
     
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    1874-1884: Benjamin Disraeli (Conservative)
    1874: (Majority) Def: William Ewart Gladstone (Liberal), Isaac Butt (Home Rule League)
    1880: (Coalition with Home Rule League) Def: Spencer Cavendish, Marquess of Hartington (Liberal)

    1884-1886: Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Roseberry (Liberal-Unionist Conservative Coalition)
    1886-1898: Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Roseberry (Liberal)

    1886: (Coalition with Unionist Conservatives) Def: Benjamin Disraeli (Conservative), Charles Stewart Parnell (Nationalist), Charles Dilke (Radical and Liberal)
    1898-1904: Randolph Churchill (Conservative)
    1898: (Minority Coalition with Radicals and Liberals with "Home Rule" Nationalist and SDF Confidence and Supply) Def: Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Roseberry (Liberal), Charles Stewart Parnell (Nationalist)
    1904-1905: Herbert Asquith (Liberal)
    1904: (Minority Coalition with Unionist Conservatives with Socialist Labour Confidence and Supply) Def: Randolph Churchill (Conservative/Radical and Liberal), John Redmond ("Mainstream" Nationalist), Various ("Moderate" Nationalists), Various ("Radical" Nationalists)
    1907-1908: Edward Gray (Liberal leading Minority Coalition with Unionist Conservatives)
    1908-1912: Edward Gray (Liberal)

    1908: (Coalition with Unionist Conservatives) Def: Randolph Churchill (Conservative and Radical/SDF), George Bernard Shaw (Irish Natoonal League), John Redmond (National), Ramsay MacDonald (Socialist Labour), Various ("Independent" Home Rule)
    1912-1913: Edward Gray (Liberal Unionist)
    1912: (Majority) Def: Austen Chamberlain (Radical Democratic), George Bernard Shaw (Rally for an Independent Ireland), Ramsay MacDonald (Socialist Labour)
    1913-1915: Reginald McKenna (Liberal Unionist Majority)
    1915-1924: John Simon (Liberal Unionist)

    1916: (Majority) Def: David Lloyd-George (Radical Democratic), George Bernard Shaw (Rally for an Independent Ireland)
    1920: (Minority with Irish Unionist Confidence and Supply) Def: David Lloyd-George (People's), [various "True" Conservatives]
    1924: (Majority) Def: Robert Blatchford (People's), Edward Carson (Irish Unionist), Arthur Balfour ("Diehard" Conservative), Arthur Henderson (Socialist Labour)

    1924-1929: Francis Wrigley-Hirst (Liberal Unionist Majority)
    1929-19---: Robert Blatchford (People's)
    1929: (Majority)
    Def: Francis Wrigely-Hirst (Liberal), Edward Carson (National Unionist), Richard Verney (Reactionary), Harry Pollit (Socialist Labour)
     
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    Robert Walpole (Whig)