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Fill in the British Prime Ministers

Since 1721, a total of 57 individuals have held the office (see caveat below) of Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. In five minutes, can you complete the seal of the office of UK Prime Minister by naming all who have held the position?

   Political Party Colour Scheme:
      Whig (1678–1859)
      Tory (1678–1834)
      Conservative (1834/1912–present)
      Peelite (1846–1859)
      Liberal (1859–1988)
      Labour (1900–present)
      National Labour 1931–1945)
The term 'Prime Minister' did not come into official usage until the beginning of the 20th century (December 1905), though the essential rank and function of the Prime Minister within the Parliament of the United Kingdom can be traced back to 1721.
Valid type-ins include specific peerage titles (such as earldoms and dukedoms) as these are often used within literature to refer to historical Prime Ministers.
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Term
Prime Minister
1721–1742
Robert Walpole
1742–1743
Spencer Compton
1743–1754
Henry Pelham
1754–1756
Thomas Pelham-Holles
1756–1757
William Cavendish
1757–1762
Thomas Pelham-Holles
1762–1763
John Stuart
1763–1765
George Grenville
1765–1766
Charles Watson-Wentworth
1766–1768
William Pitt the Elder
1768–1770
Augustus Fitzroy
1770–1782
Frederick North
1782
Charles Watson-Wentworth
1782–1783
William Petty
1783
William Cavendish-Bentinick
1783–1801
William Pitt the Younger
1801–1804
Henry Addington
1804–1806
William Pitt the Younger
1806–1807
William Grenville
1807–1809
William Cavendish-Bentinick
1809–1812
Spencer Perceval
1812–1827
Robert Jenkinson
1827
George Canning
1827–1828
F. J. Robinson
1821–1830
Arthur Wellesley
1830–1834
Charles Grey
1834
William Lamb
Term
Prime Minister
1834
Arthur Wellesley
1834–1835
Robert Peel
1835–1841
William Lamb
1841–1846
Robert Peel
1846–1852
John Russell
1852
Edward Smith-Stanley
1852–1855
George Hamilton-Gordon
1855–1858
Henry John Temple
1858–1859
Edward Smith-Stanley
1859–1865
Henry John Temple
1865–1866
John Russell
1866–1868
Edward Smith-Stanley
1868
Benjamin Disraeli
1868–1874
William Ewart Gladstone
1874–1880
Benjamin Disraeli
1880–1885
William Ewart Gladstone
1885–1886
Robert Gascoyne-Cecil
1886
William Ewart Gladstone
1886–1892
Robert Gascoyne-Cecil
1892–1894
William Ewart Gladstone
1894–1895
Archibald Primrose
1895–1902
Robert Gascoyne-Cecil
1902–1905
Arthur Balfour
1905–1908
Henry Campbell-Bannerman
1908–1916
H. H. Asquith
1916–1922
David Lloyd George
1923–1924
Stanley Baldwin
1922–1923
Bonar Law
Term
Prime Minister
1923–1924
Stanley Baldwin
1924
Ramsay MacDonald
1924–1929
Stanley Baldwin
1929–1931
Ramsay MacDonald
1931–1925
1935–1937
Stanley Baldwin
1937–1940
Neville Chamberlain
1940–1945
Winston Churchill
1945–1951
Clement Attlee
1951–1955
Winston Churchill
1955–1957
Anthony Eden
1957–1963
Harold Macmillan
1963–1964
Alec Douglas-Home
1964–1970
Harold Wilson
1970–1974
Edward Heath
1974–1976
Harold Wilson
1976–1979
James Callaghan
1979–1990
Margaret Thatcher
1990–1997
John Major
1997–2007
Tony Blair
2007–2010
Gordon Brown
2010–2016
David Cameron
2016–2019
Theresa May
2019–2022
Boris Johnson
2022
Liz Truss
2022–present
Rishi Sunak
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