Leader of the Labour Party (UK)

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Employment.png Leader of the Labour Party (UK) 
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Start17 January 1906
Leader ofLabour Party
DeputyDeputy Leader of the Labour Party
Leader of the Labour PartyBoss of the Deputy Leader of the Labour Party.


Office Holders on Wikispooks

Keir Starmer4 April 2020
Jeremy Corbyn12 September 20154 April 2020
Harriet Harman8 May 201512 September 2015
Ed Miliband25 September 20108 May 2015
Harriet Harman11 May 201025 September 2010
Gordon Brown27 June 200711 May 2010
Tony Blair21 July 199424 June 2007
John Smith18 July 199212 May 1994
Neil Kinnock2 October 198318 July 1992
Michael Foot10 November 19802 October 1983
Frank Cluskey1 July 197712 June 1981
James Callaghan5 April 197610 November 1980
Harold Wilson14 February 19635 April 1976
Hugh Gaitskell14 December 195518 January 1963
Clement Attlee25 October 193525 November 1955
George Lansbury25 October 19328 October 1935
Ramsay MacDonald22 November 19221 September 1931
Ramsay MacDonald6 February 19115 August 1914


Related Documents

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Document:No denial from Starmer that he has received ‘beergate’ fixed penaltyArticle1 July 2022EditorLabour leader fails to deny reports circulating in party that he has been fined by Durham Constabulary, while police force says only that it has not issued any ‘new statements’ on matter.
Document:Who is the new UK Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer?Article7 April 2020Thomas ScrippsJeremy Corbyn spent the best part of five years straddling a popular movement against austerity and war. The fruit of his labour is the election of a backroom state functionary to the Labour leadership. Sir Keir Starmer will make a fitting figurehead for the party’s final descent into political oblivion.
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