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- Parliament of the United Kingdom : The supreme legislative body in the United Kingdom its territories.
- Official Opposition (UK) : Second-largest party in the United Kingdom Parliament, which officially scrutinises the work of the government and presents itself as an alternative.
- Leader of the Opposition (disambiguation)
- Ed Miliband : Leader of the Opposition and UK Labour Party (2010-2015); MP for Doncaster North since 2005 (born 1969).
- Harriet Harman : Add brief definition or description
- David Cameron : Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from May 2010 to July 2016 and leader of the country's Conservative Party December 2005 - July 2016; Member of Parliament for Witney from May 2001 to September 2016 (born 1966).
- Michael Howard : Add brief definition or description
- Iain Duncan Smith : Add brief definition or description
- William Hague : Former UK foreign minister (2010-2014) and leader of the Conservative Party (1997-2001) amongst other roles; formally, Baron Hague of Richmond as a member of the House of Lords (born 1961).
- John Major : (b. 29 March 1943), British Conservative prime minister of the United Kingdom, serving two terms 1990 to 1997.
- Tony Blair : Former Labour Party politician and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1997-2007).
- Prime Minister of the United Kingdom : The head of the British government, usually the leader of the largest political party in the House of Commons.
- Conservative Party (UK) : A conservative political party in the United Kingdom, founded in its present form during the early 19th century.
- Labour Party (UK) : Political party in the United Kingdom, founded at the start of the 20th century, and has been seen since 1920 as the principal party of the Left.
- General election (UK) : An election in which all seats in the UK House of Commons (the lower house of Parliament) can be contested.