Conservative Prime Ministers. From left to right starting top left: Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Salisbury, Arthur Balfour,
Bonar Law, Stanley Baldwin,
Neville Chamberlain, Winston Churchill, Anthony Eden, Harold Macmillan,
Alec Douglas-Home, Edward Heath, Margaret Thatcher, John Major,
David Cameron and Theresa May © ANDY RAIN/EPA/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK, OFFICE OF THE PM, ALLSTAR PICTURE LIBRARY / ALAMY STOCK PHOTO, FOREIGN AND COMMONWEALTH OFFICE, DAVID GORDON / ALAMY STOCK PHOTO, THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY ARCHIVE/GETTY IMAGES/KEYSTONE PICTURES USA / ALAMY STOCK PHOTO, IANDAGNALL COMPUTING / ALAMY STOCK PHOTO, GL ARCHIVE / ALAMY STOCK PHOTO, WIKIMEDIA COMMONS, GRANGER HISTORICAL PICTURE ARCHIVE / ALAMY STOCK PHOTO
One of the curiosities of our political history is that both of the largest…
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