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  1. Margaret du Royaume-Uni (Margaret Rose), née le 21 août 1930 à Glamis en Écosse et morte le 9 février 2002 à Londres, est un membre de la famille ...

  2. William John Arthur Charles James Cavendish-Bentinck, 6th Duke of Portland, KG, GCVO, TD, PC, DL (28 December 1857 – 26 April 1943), known as William Cavendish-Bentinck until 1879, was a British landowner, courtier, and Conservative politician. He notably served as Master of the Horse between 1886 and 1892 and again between 1895 and 1905.

  3. Lady Harriet Bentinck (12 November 1705 – 10 June 1792), who married James Hamilton, 1st Earl of Clanbrassill (bef. 1697 – 17 March 1758) on 15 October 1728 and had two children. The Hon. Charles John Bentinck (2 June 1708 – 18 March 1779), who married Lady Margaret Cadogan on 11 January 1738.

  4. Margaret Thatcher est une source inépuisable de représentations culturelles (cinéma, théâtre, musique, etc.), étant bien plus présente dans les médias et la culture populaire que n'importe quel autre dirigeant politique européen actuel ou passé, dans une dimension de fascination-répulsion des artistes [279].

  5. La princesa Margarita, condesa de Snowdon (Margaret Rose Windsor; nacida princesa Margarita de York; Castillo de Glamis, Escocia, 21 de agosto de 1930-Londres, Inglaterra, 9 de febrero de 2002) fue la hija menor de los reyes Jorge VI e Isabel, la Reina Madre, y hermana de la reina Isabel II del Reino Unido.

  6. The Rt Hon Sir John Major KG CH, Baroness Margaret Thatcher, James Callaghan, Harold Wilson, Sir Edward Heath, Harold Wilson, Sir Alec Douglas-Home, Harold Macmillan, Sir Anthony Eden, Sir Winston ...

  7. 06/09/2022 · The office of prime minister developed in Britain in the 18th century, when King George I ceased attending meetings of his ministers and it was left to powerful premiers to act as government chief executive. Sir Robert Walpole is generally considered to have been Britain’s first prime minister. This is a chronologically ordered list of the prime ministers, from the earliest to the most recent.