People matching Prime Minister

Dominic Raab

Conservative MP for Esher and Walton (6 May 2010 – current)

Rishi Sunak

Conservative MP for Richmond (Yorks) (8 May 2015 – current)

Elizabeth Truss

Conservative MP for South West Norfolk (6 May 2010 – current)

Therese Coffey

Conservative MP for Suffolk Coastal (6 May 2010 – current)

Andrew Griffith

Conservative MP for Arundel and South Downs (13 Dec 2019 – current)

Boris Johnson

Conservative MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (7 Jun 2001 – current)

Theresa May

Conservative MP for Maidenhead (1 May 1997 – current)

Harriet Harman

Labour MP for Camberwell and Peckham (28 Oct 1982 – current)

Jack Straw

Former Labour MP for Blackburn (3 May 1979 – 30 Mar 2015)

David Cameron

Former Conservative MP for Witney (7 Jun 2001 – 12 Sep 2016)

Nick Clegg

Former Liberal Democrat MP for Sheffield, Hallam (5 May 2005 – 3 May 2017)

Baroness Smith of Basildon

Labour Peer (8 Jul 2010 – current)

Jon Trickett

Labour MP for Hemsworth (1 Feb 1996 – current)

Joan Ryan

Former Independent MP for Enfield North (1 May 1997 – 6 Nov 2019)

Lord Austin of Dudley

Non-affiliated Peer (2 Sep 2020 – current)

Gordon Brown

Former Labour MP for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath (9 Jun 1983 – 30 Mar 2015)

Lord Prescott

Labour Peer (8 Jul 2010 – current)

Paul Clark

Former Labour MP for Gillingham (1 May 1997 – 12 Apr 2010)

Dan Rogerson

Former Liberal Democrat MP for North Cornwall (5 May 2005 – 30 Mar 2015)

Lord Stunell

Liberal Democrat Peer (7 Dec 2015 – current)

Keith Hill

Former Labour MP for Streatham (9 Apr 1992 – 12 Apr 2010)

Sarah Teather

Former Liberal Democrat MP for Brent Central (18 Sep 2003 – 30 Mar 2015)

Mark Hunter

Former Liberal Democrat MP for Cheadle (15 Jul 2005 – 30 Mar 2015)

Jim Fitzpatrick

Former Labour MP for Poplar and Limehouse (1 May 1997 – 6 Nov 2019)

Baroness Andrews

Labour Peer (22 May 2000 – current)

Caroline Spelman

Former Conservative MP for Meriden (1 May 1997 – 6 Nov 2019)

Yvette Cooper

Labour MP for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford (1 May 1997 – current)

Lord Watts

Labour Peer (3 Dec 2015 – current)

David Hanson

Former Labour MP for Delyn (9 Apr 1992 – 6 Nov 2019)

Lord Rooker

Labour Peer (21 Jun 2001 – current)

Robert Syms

Conservative MP for Poole (1 May 1997 – current)

Edward Davey

Liberal Democrat MP for Kingston and Surbiton (1 May 1997 – current)

Nick Raynsford

Former Labour MP for Greenwich and Woolwich (10 Apr 1986 – 30 Mar 2015)

Chris Leslie

Former Independent MP for Nottingham East (1 May 1997 – 6 Nov 2019)

Tony Blair

Former Labour MP for Sedgefield (9 Jun 1983 – 27 Jun 2007)

Lord Heseltine

Non-affiliated Peer (23 Oct 2001 – current)

Lord Howe of Aberavon

Former Conservative Peer (30 Nov 1991 – 19 May 2015)

Baroness Thatcher

Former Conservative Peer (30 Jun 1992 – 8 Apr 2013)

Lord Callaghan of Cardiff

Former Labour Peer (5 Nov 1987 – 26 Mar 2005)


Glossary items matching Prime Minister

“Deputy prime minister”

The office of Deputy Prime Minister is one that has only existed occasionally in the history of the United Kingdom. Unlike analogous offices in other nations, the Deputy Prime Minister does not have any of the powers of the Prime Minister in the latter's absence and there is no presumption that the Deputy Prime Minister will succeed the Prime Minister. The post has existed intermittently and there have been a number of disputed occasions as to whether or not the title has actually been conferred. More from wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deputy_Prime_Minister_of_the_United_Kingdom

“Prime Minister”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_Minister_of_the_United_Kingdom


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Probation Service: Chief Inspector’s Reviews into Serious Further Offences - Statement (31 Jan 2023)

...passage of time will never diminish the magnitude of their loss. Immediately upon learning that first Bendall and then McSweeney had been charged with murder while subject to probation supervision, Ministers asked the chief inspector to undertake independent reviews. Both reviews set out clear and serious failings by the probation service. I am profoundly sorry for those failings, and the...

Non-domicile Tax Status (31 Jan 2023)

Andrew Griffith: ...that the hon. Member for Erith and Thamesmead (Abena Oppong-Asare) brings to her role. The public expect us to have a plan for the economy, for growth and for the country, and we do. As the Prime Minister has said, we have five priorities that deliver on the people’s priorities: to cut inflation by half, to grow the economy, to get the national debt down, to cut NHS waiting lists and to...

Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 36 (31 Jan 2023)

Lord Hain: I thank the Minister. However—this is no criticism of him—I think that he is doing his very best to defend the indefensible and that if he were the architect of the Bill, it would not look like this. I am not expecting him to agree with me, although it would be interesting if he did. I see that he has zipped his mouth, which perhaps says it all. I will speak to Amendments 112 and 124 in...

Crime and Neighbourhood Policing (31 Jan 2023)

Ruth Jones: I start by extending my deepest condolences to the First Minister of Wales, the right hon. Mark Drakeford MS. I am sure that hon. Members on both sides of the House send his family our love and prayers following the sad news of his wife Clare’s sudden passing at the weekend. This is an important debate because keeping our communities safe and secure is one of our most important...

Smaller Musical Genres: Scotland (31 Jan 2023)

Pete Wishart: ...is the interest, and the desire to save these programmes. The head of jazz at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Tommy Smith, has co-ordinated an open letter, which I think he has sent to the Minister, as well as Ministers in the Scottish Government. The letter is signed by the cream of Scotland’s cultural voice—people such as Nicola Benedetti, who is responsible for the delivery of...

Public Bill Committee: Procurement Bill [Lords]: Clause 12 - Covered procurement: objectives (31 Jan 2023)

Kirsty Blackman: ...are talking about in new clause 2 will surely not change. They are the threads that should run through everything we do and all the decisions we make. I want to mention integrity specifically. The Prime Minister has said that he wants his Government to be marked by professionalism, accountability and integrity; it is very clear that integrity is one of the Government’s priorities in this...

IMF Economic Outlook (31 Jan 2023)

Rushanara Ali: The Minister talks about covid as if we were the only country to experience the pandemic. He talks about the Ukraine crisis as if the fuel costs are affecting only this country, but he fails to mention that the former Prime Minister and her Chancellor crashed the economy, and that that came on top of the uncertainties of the previous years, including the failure to get a decent deal after...

Public Bill Committee: Procurement Bill [Lords]: Clause 6 - Utilities Contracts (31 Jan 2023)

...operator of last resort following the termination of the previous operator’s contract. The fact is that the operation of train contracts in this country is simply not fit for purpose. Even the Prime Minister cannot deny the problems, saying at Prime Minister’s Question Time on 30 November 2022: “My right hon. Friend is absolutely right about the unacceptable deterioration in the...

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Alaa Abd El-Fattah (31 Jan 2023)

Vicky Foxcroft: We know from the Minister and the Prime Minister that the Government have been in discussions with Egypt about ensuring the release of British national Alaa Abd El-Fattah from prison, but little progress seems to have been made. Members of Alaa’s family are in the Gallery today hoping for good news, so will the Minister commit to a meeting with Alaa’s family to discuss at greater length...

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Ukraine: Humanitarian Support (31 Jan 2023)

James Cleverly: ...to carry the heaviest burden for the payment, and the cost of the reconstruction and rebuilding of that country. We work closely with our Canadian allies. I discussed this matter with the Canadian Prime Minister on my recent visit to Canada, and we will look closely and learn lessons from their activities on this issue.

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Topical Questions (31 Jan 2023)

Gary Sambrook: Last month, the Prime Minister heralded the international fund for Israeli-Palestinian peace as an exciting new way of empowering peaceful co-existence. Does the Foreign Secretary share my passionate support for this groundbreaking initiative? Will he commit the UK to being at the heart of the effort to prepare for the much sought-after two-state solution as we deepen the Abraham accords?

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Ukraine: War Crimes (31 Jan 2023)

Leo Docherty: ...has provided a £2.5 million package to support Ukraine’s domestic investigations and an additional £1 million of funding for the International Criminal Court (ICC). My Rt Hon Friend, the Deputy Prime Minister will host an International Conference in March in support of the ICC investigation. The UK is committed to securing accountability for atrocities committed in Ukraine.

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Ukraine: Military Aid (31 Jan 2023)

David Rutley: As the Foreign Secretary and the Prime Minister underlined on 26 January, Germany's decision has sent a powerful message that Russia cannot and will not win. Our shared determination to support Ukraine and secure a lasting peace for Ukrainians will not falter. The comments by Mexican President Lopez Obrador have no impact on the UK's policy towards Russia's illegal war in Ukraine or Germany's...

Written Answers — Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Iraq: Kurds (31 Jan 2023)

David Rutley: ...region within a thriving Iraq. We have a close and strategic partnership with the Kurdish Regional Government who continue to be a close ally in the fight against Daesh. In April 2022, the Prime Minister of the Kurdish Region of Iraq, Masrour Barzani, came to the UK on an official visit, meeting with the Prime Minister, Foreign Secretary and other Cabinet Ministers.

Written Answers — Home Office: Immigration: Staff (31 Jan 2023)

Stephen Kinnock: ...will be recruited to; and whether the planned 200 new Immigration Enforcement staff are included in the target to recruit 700 new staff to the Small Boats Operational Command, announced by the Prime Minister on 13 December 2022.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Secretaries of State: Taxation (31 Jan 2023)

Dan Carden: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, if the Prime Minister will make it his policy to prohibit people under investigation by HM Revenue and Customs from sitting in his Cabinet.

Scottish Parliament: Brexit and Workers’ Rights (31 Jan 2023)

Jenni Minto: ...that the benefits of Brexit that the vote leave campaign promoted were simply an illusion. However, sadly, those myths continue to be perpetrated. When he signed the Brexit trade deal, former Prime Minister Boris Johnson declared that Britain would be “prosperous, dynamic and contented”. In reality, Brexit has crippled the economy of the UK—the only member of the G7, as has been...

Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill: Schedule - Minimum Service Levels for Certain Strikes (30 Jan 2023)

Angela Rayner: ...politics with key workers’ lives because they cannot stomach negotiations; a Government who are lashing out at working people instead of dealing with 13 years of failure; and a Government and Prime Minister who are dangerously out of their depth and running scared of scrutiny. We on these Benches will vote against this shoddy, unworkable Bill. I urge hon. Members on both sides of the...

Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill: Schedule - Minimum Service Levels for Certain Strikes (30 Jan 2023)

Angela Rayner: ...politics with key workers’ lives because they cannot stomach negotiations; a Government who are lashing out at working people instead of dealing with 13 years of failure; and a Government and Prime Minister who are dangerously out of their depth and running scared of scrutiny. We on these Benches will vote against this shoddy, unworkable Bill. I urge hon. Members on both sides of the...


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