British Prime Ministers 1918-1979

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David Lloyd George
Party in office: Liberal-Conservative coalition, PM between 1916-1922, left because the Conservatives ended the Coalition
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Andrew Bonar Law
Party in office: Conservative, PM between 1922-1923, left because of ill health
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Stanley Baldwin
Party in office: Conservative, PM between 1923- Jan 1924 and Nov 1924-1929, left because his government lost a vote of confidence (1st time), lost election (2nd time)
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Ramsey MacDonald
Party in office: Labour, PM between Jan 1924-Nov 1924 and 1929-1931. left because he lost the election (1st time), party division over policies to cope with depression (2nd time)
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Neville Chamberlain
Party in office: Conservative, PM between 1937-1940, left because labour refused to form a coalition
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Winston Churchill
Party in office: Conservative-Liberal coalition (1st time) Conservative (2nd time) ,PM between 1940-1945 and 1951-1955, left because labour refused to carry on with coaliton (1st time) ill health (2nd time)
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Clement Atlee
Party in office: Labour
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Party in office: Conservative, PM between 1922-1923, left because of ill health

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Andrew Bonar Law

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Party in office: Conservative, PM between 1923- Jan 1924 and Nov 1924-1929, left because his government lost a vote of confidence (1st time), lost election (2nd time)

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Party in office: Labour, PM between Jan 1924-Nov 1924 and 1929-1931. left because he lost the election (1st time), party division over policies to cope with depression (2nd time)

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Party in office: Conservative, PM between 1937-1940, left because labour refused to form a coalition

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