Who is the longest serving British prime minister?
The prime minister with the longest single term was Sir Robert Walpole, lasting 20 years and 315 days from 3 April 1721 until 11 February 1742. This is also longer than the accumulated terms of any other prime minister. The shortest period in office is more confused, depending on the criteria.
Who was the first and the longest serving prime minister of UK?
Modern historians generally consider Sir Robert Walpole, who led the government of Great Britain for over twenty years from 1721, as the first prime minister. Walpole is also the longest-serving British prime minister by this definition.
Who is the longest serving prime minister in the world?
List of current longest-ruling non-royal national leaders
|1.||Paul Biya||Prime Minister, then President|
|2.||Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo||President|
|3.||Ali Khamenei||President, then Supreme Leader|
|4.||Denis Sassou Nguesso||President|
How many British prime ministers have died in office?
Indeed, four twentieth-century Prime Ministers (Winston Churchill, Harold Macmillan, Alec Douglas-Home and James Callaghan) made it into their 90s. But seven British Prime Ministers died in office and a further nine died within two-and-a-half years of leaving Number 10.
Does the British Prime Minister have term limits?
No directly set terms, but the Prime Minister must maintain the support of the House of Commons, which by statute has a maximum term of 4 years.
Who is CM India?
|Assam||Shri Himanta Biswa Sarma|
|Bihar||Shri Nitish Kumar|
|Chhattisgarh||Shri Bhupesh Baghel|
|Delhi (NCT)||Shri Arvind Kejriwal|
Who is the youngest president of India?
Reddy was elected unopposed, the only President to be elected thus, after being unanimously supported by all political parties including the opposition Congress party. At 64, he became the youngest ever person to be elected President of India.
Who is British Prime Minister?
How many female prime ministers have there been in the UK?
The United Kingdom has had two female Prime Ministers: Margaret Thatcher (1979–1990) and Theresa May (2016–2019).