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Speculation is rife about which minister deserves promotion to make up the missing third in the troika of Deputy Prime Ministers.
This most Europhile of Prime Ministers insists he has secured major concessions in the British interest.
A succession of weak Prime Ministers and lack-lustre governments saw the country stagger from bad to worse.
Few Prime Ministers have ever been more sincere in their piety, and few have been capable of greater deviousness or even unscrupulousness.
All post-war Prime Ministers up to Margaret Thatcher reiterated the same view.
Prime Ministers and all high levels of UK government should be forced to spend at least one week a month in public stocks and pillories.
This year's quartet of putative Prime Ministers ought not to be discouraged.
Another book has a meticulously maintained list of superfine mats gifted to VVIPs and dignitaries including Presidents, Prime Ministers and Governors.
No less than six post-war Prime Ministers were also Oxonians.
France and the UK want a confederal Europe, with states retaining power and Europe run by the Council of Europe, made up of the Prime Ministers of the member states.
During that period, Japanese admirals or Commanders-in-Chief of the Combined Fleet of Japan had great power, more so that the present Prime Ministers.
Prime Ministers of some other Commonwealth countries that retain the Queen as their sovereign continue to be sworn of the Council.
Ethical socialism has been publicly supported by British Prime Ministers Ramsay MacDonald, Clement Attlee, and Tony Blair.
During this era, all but 11 of the 149 UUP Stormont MPs were members of the Orange Order, as were all Prime Ministers.
Remarkably the three Prime Ministers from 1880 to 1902, namely Gladstone, Salisbury and Rosebery, all attended both Eton and Christ Church.
Although many Prime Ministers have been barristers, Lloyd George is to date the only solicitor to have held that office.
Towards the end of the century Prime Ministers of Scottish descent included William Gladstone, and the Earl of Rosebery.
Harold Macmillan, 1st Earl of Stockton received the Earldom often awarded to former Prime Ministers after they retired from the House of Commons.
Most voters couldn't care less where potential Prime Ministers were educated.
In the 20th century, there were even more creations, as Prime Ministers were eager to secure majorities in the House of Lords.
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After the festival was over aoi returned to the Prime Ministers house in high spirits.
The Duke named other examples of Prime Ministers who had been gartered by themselves.
Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard unveiled on Thursday her bronze statue at the Prime Ministers Garden in Ballarat.
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