David Cameron (2010-2015)

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The general election of 2010 stemmed in the Conservatives, commanded by Cameron, engaging the prime amount of seats (306). However, it remained 20 chairs short of a complete majority, ensuing in the country’s first hung parliament since February 1974. Meetings concerning Cameron and Liberal Democrat frontrunner Nick Clegg managed to an alliance of the two parties, allowing the Queen to ask Cameron to form a government. On […]

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Gordon Brown (2007-2010)

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Following Blair´s government, Gordon Brown endorsed numerous domestic reforms continuing more participation on health care, education, welfare and pensions. On education, the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009 introduced a legislative structure for apprenticeships and the right to an internship for appropriately competent 16- to 18-year-olds, though previously the Education and Skills Act 2008 led procedures to prolong […]

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John Major (1990-1997)

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Succeeding Margaret Thatcher’s resignation continuous the November 1990 Conservative leadership contest, Sir John turn into Prime Minister on 28th November 1990. In Sir John’s first Cabinet, Norman Lamont developed the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kenneth Baker became Home Secretary and Douglas Hurd continued as the Foreign Secretary. Major attended as Prime Minister through the first Gulf War of […]

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Margaret Thatcher (1979-1990)

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Margaret Thatcher’s party entitled for labour union modifications, less government involvement in the economy, fewer government expenditure and lesser taxes. The election carried an unquestionable triumph for the Conservative Party. Though she was relentlessly disapproved, it appears strong her accomplishments were of brave magnitudes and unedited since then. A great part of the actual United […]

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James Callaghan (1976-1979)

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Succeeding Harold Wilson’s surprise resignation in 1976, James Callaghan won leadership of the Labour Party and became Prime Minister. Sustained economic difficulties, high public expenditure and market forces resulted in the government accepting a loan from the International Monetary Fund (under settings implementing government spending controls). In fact, his was a surprising career. He is […]

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Harold Wilson (1964-1970)

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In October 1964, after 13 years of Conservative government, Harold Wilson commanded the Labour Party to a general election triumph with a majority of just five. The period was one of low unemployment and qualified economic prosperity, though there were complications with the country’s external balance of payments. He led the country from 1964 to […]

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