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      British Prime Ministers

      Twenty-eight British Prime Ministers have been educated at Oxford University. Of these, thirteen were educated at Christ Church, three at Trinity, four at Balliol, two at Brasenose and one each at Hart Hall (now Hertford), Jesus College, St Hugh's, St John's, Somerville, and University College.

      NAME

      COLLEGE

      TERMS AS PRIME MINISTER

      POLITICAL PARTY

      Boris Johnson
      (1964- )
      BalliolJul 2019 -Conservative
      Theresa May
      (1956- )
      St Hugh'sJul 2016-Jul 2019Conservative
      David Cameron
      (1966- )
      BrasenoseMay 2010-Jul 2016Conservative
      Tony Blair
      (1953- )
      St John'sMay 1997-Jun 2007Labour
      Margaret Thatcher
      (1925-2013)
      SomervilleMay 1979-Nov 1990Conservative
      Harold Wilson
      (1916-1995)
      JesusOct 1964-Jun 1970Labour
      Mar 1974-Apr 1976
      Edward Heath
      (1916-2005)
      BalliolJun 1970-Mar 1974Conservative
      Sir Alec Douglas-Home
      (1903-1995)
      Christ ChurchOct 1963-Oct 1964Unionist/Conservative
      Harold Macmillan
      (1894-1986)
      BalliolJan 1957-Oct 1963Conservative
      Anthony Eden
      (1897-1977)
      Christ ChurchApr 1955-Jan 1957Conservative
      Clement Attlee
      (1883-1967)
      University CollegeJul 1945-Oct 1951Labour
      H H Asquith
      (1852-1928)
      BalliolApr 1908-May 1915Liberal Coalition
      May 1915-Dec 1916
      Marquess of Salisbury
      (1839-1903)
      Christ ChurchJun 1885-Jan 1886Conservative
      Jul 1886-Aug 1892
      Jun 1895-Jul 1902
      Earl of Rosebery
      (1847-1929)
      Christ ChurchMar 1894-Jun 1895Liberal
      William Ewart Gladstone ?
      (1809-1898)
      Christ ChurchDec 1868-Feb 1874Liberal
      Apr 1880-Jun 1885
      Feb 1886-Jul 1886
      Aug 1892-Mar 1894
      Earl of Derby
      (1799-1869)
      Christ ChurchFeb 1852-Feb 1852Conservative
      Feb 1858-Jun 1859
      Jun 1866-Feb 1868
      Sir Robert Peel
      (1788-1850)
      Christ ChurchDec 1834-Apr 1835Tory
      Aug 1841-Jun 1846
      George Canning
      (1770-1827)
      Christ ChurchApr 1827-Aug 1827Tory/Whig coalition
      Earl of Liverpool
      (1770-1828)
      Christ ChurchJun 1812-Apr 1827Tory
      Lord Grenville
      (1759-1834)
      Christ ChurchFeb 1806-Mar 1807Whig
      Henry Addington
      (1757-1844)
      BrasenoseMar 1801-May 1804Tory
      Earl of Shelburne
      (1737-1805)
      Christ ChurchJul 1782-Mar 1783Whig
      Duke of Portland
      (1738-1809)
      Christ ChurchApr 1783-Dec 1783Whig/Tory coalition
      Mar 1807-Oct 1809Tory
      Lord North
      (1732-1792)
      TrinityJan 1770-Mar 1782Tory
      Earl of Chatham
      (1708-1778)
      TrinityAug 1766-Oct 1768Whig
      George Grenville
      (1712-1770)
      Christ ChurchApr 1763-Jul 1765Whig
      Henry Pelham
      (1694-1754)
      Hart Hall (later Hertford)Aug 1743-Mar 1754Whig
      Earl of Wilmington
      (1673-1743)
      Trinity CollegeFeb 1742-Jul 1743Whig
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