British PMs after World War II
These are the British Prime Ministers post World WarII :
* Winston Churchill (10 May, 1940 – 27 July, 1945) -- Conservative
* Clement Attlee (27 July, 1945 – 26 October, 1951) -- Labour
* Winston Churchill (26 October, 1951 – 7 April, 1955) -- Conservative
* Anthony Eden (7 April, 1955 – 9 January, 1957) -- Conservative
* Harold Macmillan (11 January, 1957 – 19 October, 1963) -- Conservative
* Alec Douglas-Home (October 19, 1963 – October 16, 1964) -- Conservative
* Harold Wilson (16 October, 1964 – 19 June, 1970) -- Labour
* Edward Heath (19 June, 1970 - 4 March, 1974) -- Conservative
* Harold Wilson (4 March, 1974 – 5 April, 1976) -- Labour
* James Callaghan (5 April, 1976 – 4 May, 1979) -- Labour
* Margaret Thatcher (4 May, 1979 – 28 November, 1990) -- Conservative
* John Major (28 November, 1990 – 2 May, 1997) -- Conservative
* Tony Blair (2 May, 1997 - Till date) -- Labour
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