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  1. William Cavendish, 5th Duke of Devonshire (1748–1811) Lady Dorothy Cavendish (27 August 1750 – 3 June 1794). Married William Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland, who also became Prime Minister. Lord Richard Cavendish (1752–1781) George Augustus Henry Cavendish, created 1st Earl of Burlington of the second

  2. 15/08/2020 · Four times prime minister, Gladstone provoked strong reactions. Born. 29 December 1809, Liverpool. ... Spencer Perceval, William Cavendish-Bentinck Duke of Portland, William Wyndham Grenville, ...

  3. Strictly speaking, the first prime minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland was William Pitt the Younger. The first prime minister of the current United Kingdom (formally the "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland"), was Bonar Law , [11] although the country was not renamed officially until 1927, when Stanley Baldwin was the serving prime minister.

  4. William Pulteney e James Waldegrave por vezes são mencionados como primeiros-ministros. [13] Pulteney foi convidado a formar um ministério pelo rei Jorge II quando Henry Pelham renunciou em 1746, [ 14 ] assim como Waldegrave em 1757 após a destituição de William Pitt, o Velho , [ 15 ] que dominou os assuntos do governo durante a Guerra dos Sete Anos .

  5. The Minister for Magic was the political leader of the wizarding community in their respective countries around the world, and the highest ranking member of the Ministry of Magic, which they controlled. The position somewhat corresponded to the Prime Minister of Muggles in their respective countries. In Great Britain, the Minister was advised on wizarding matters by their staff members and by ...

  6. The role of the British prime minister's spouse is not an official one, and as such, they are not given a salary or official duties. Over time the position has evolved, and spouses such as Cherie Blair have gained public attention through their own independent careers and achievements, as well as attending engagements such as the African First Ladies Summit.

  7. George Canning FRS (11 April 1770 – 8 August 1827) was a British Tory statesman. He held various senior cabinet positions under numerous prime ministers, including two important terms as Foreign Secretary, finally becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom for the last 119 days of his life, from April to August 1827.