Post-War leaders of the opposition

Name all of the leaders of the opposition in British Parliament since 1945. Acting leaders of the opposition are denoted with an asterisk.
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Party
1945
Clement Attlee
Labour
1945-51
Winston Churchill
Conservative
1951-55
Clement Attlee
Labour
1955*
Herbert Morrison
Labour
1955-63
Hugh Gaitskell
Labour
1963*
George Brown
Labour
1963-64
Harold Wilson
Labour
1964-65
Sir Alec Douglas-Home
Conservative
1965-70
Edward Heath
Conservative
1970-74
Harold Wilson
Labour
1974-75
Edward Heath
Conservative
1975-79
Margaret Thatcher
Conservative
1979-80
James Callaghan
Labour
1980-83
Michael Foot
Labour
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Party
1983-92
Neil Kinnock
Labour
1992-94
John Smith
Labour
1994*
Margaret Beckett
Labour
1994-97
Tony Blair
Labour
1997
John Major
Conservative
1997-01
William Hague
Conservative
2001-03
Iain Duncan Smith
Conservative
2003-05
Michael Howard
Conservative
2005-10
David Cameron
Conservative
2010*
Harriet Harman
Labour
2010-15
Ed Miliband
Labour
2015*
Harriet Harman
Labour
2015-20
Jeremy Corbyn
Labour
2020-
Sir Keir Starmer
Labour
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Level 65
Nov 22, 2020
Two 'T's in Attlee.
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Level 65
Nov 22, 2020
and in Beckett
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Level 56
Nov 23, 2020
Thank you, I have fixed those errors
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Level 74
Nov 22, 2020
I think that John Major wouldn't be happy to be described as leader of the labour party.
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Level 56
Nov 23, 2020
Oops. I've fixed that now
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Level 22
Feb 14, 2021
The second Attlee is spelt wrong
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Level 56
Feb 17, 2021
Thank you, I have corrected that now