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UK Prime Ministers Rejoining Cabinet

Can you name the Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom (or Great Britain) who were appointed to new cabinet positions in a later Prime Minister’s cabinet?
Since the 1707 Acts of Union
Not including a second term as Prime Minister or self-appointments in their own cabinet.
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Last updated: December 6, 2023
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First submittedNovember 13, 2023
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PM Term
Party/ Later positions held
Prime Minister
2010–2016
Conservative
Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth
and Development Affairs 2023-
David Cameron
1963–1964
Conservative
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth
Affairs 1970-74
Alec Douglas-Home
1937–1940
Conservative
Lord President of the Council 1940
Neville Chamberlain
1924, 1929–1935
Labour/National Labour
Lord President of the Council 1935-37
Ramsay MacDonald
1923–1924, 1924–1929, 1935–1937
Conservative
Lord President of the Council 1931-35
Stanley Baldwin
1902–1905
Conservative
First Lord of the Admiralty 1915-16
Foreign Secretary 1916-19
Lord President of the Council 1919-22, 1925-29
Arthur Balfour
1846–1852, 1865–1866
Liberal/Whig
Lord President of the Council 1854-55
Secretary of State for the Colonies 1855
Foreign Secretary 1853-55, 1859-65
Lord John Russell
1828–1830, 1834
Tory
Foreign Secretary 1834-35
Leader of the House of Lords 1841-46
Duke of Wellington
1827–1828
Tory
Secretary of State for War and the Colonies 1830-33
Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal 1833-34
President of the Board of Trade 1841-43
President of the Board of Control 1843-46
Viscount Goderich
1801–1804
Tory
Lord President of the Council 1805, 1806-7, 1812
Home Secretary 1812-1822
Henry Addington
1783, 1807–1809
Tory
Home Secretary 1794-1801
Lord President of the Council 1801-1805
Duke of Portland
1770–1782
Tory
Home Secretary 1783
Lord Frederick North
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Level 64
Dec 6, 2023
Good quiz, but Churchill should be taken off he had not been PM in 1939
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Level 93
Dec 6, 2023
Good spot, I will submit an amendment.