Table of Contents
- 1 Who replaced William Hague?
- 2 Is William Hague married?
- 3 How tall is William Hague?
- 4 Who was the first ever prime minister?
- 5 What is William Hagues wife called?
- 6 What does the name Ffion mean?
- 7 Who was David Cameron’s foreign secretary?
- 8 Who was the prime minister of the United Kingdom for most of World War II?
Who replaced William Hague?
|The Right Honourable The Lord Hague of Richmond PC FRSL|
|Preceded by||John Major|
|Succeeded by||Iain Duncan Smith|
|Secretary of State for Wales|
|In office 5 July 1995 – 2 May 1997|
Is William Hague married?
Ffion Haguem. 1997
Where is William Hague from?
Wentworth, United Kingdom
William Hague/Place of birth
How tall is William Hague?
Who was the first ever prime minister?
Modern historians generally consider Sir Robert Walpole, who led the government of Great Britain for over twenty years from 1721, as the first prime minister. Walpole is also the longest-serving British prime minister by this definition.
Who followed Thatcher as prime minister?
|The Right Honourable Sir John Major KG CH|
|Deputy||Michael Heseltine (1995–1997)|
|Preceded by||Margaret Thatcher|
|Succeeded by||Tony Blair|
|Leader of the Opposition|
What is William Hagues wife called?
What does the name Ffion mean?
Ffion [ˈfiː. ɔn] is a Welsh feminine given name meaning foxglove.
Is Jeremy Hunt an MP?
He previously served in the Cabinet as Culture Secretary from 2010 to 2012, Health Secretary from 2012 to 2018, and Foreign Secretary from 2018 to 2019. A member of the Conservative Party, he has been Member of Parliament (MP) for South West Surrey since 2005.
Who was David Cameron’s foreign secretary?
|Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs||The Rt Hon. Philip Hammond MP||2014–16|
|Secretary of State for Justice Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain||The Rt Hon. Michael Gove MP||2015–16|
|Secretary of State for Defence||The Rt Hon. Michael Fallon MP||2014–16|
Who was the prime minister of the United Kingdom for most of World War II?
Winston Churchill was an inspirational statesman, writer, orator and leader who led Britain to victory in the Second World War. He served as Conservative Prime Minister twice – from 1940 to 1945 (before being defeated in the 1945 general election by the Labour leader Clement Attlee) and from 1951 to 1955.
When did the royal family lose power?
The only interruption to the institution of the Monarchy was its brief abolition from 1649 to 1660, following the execution of Charles I and the rules of Oliver Cromwell and his son, Richard.