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Portrait of Percival Augustus Hargreave
Portrait of Anthony Colborn
Portrait of Vincent Holmes
Portrait of Zoe Halivar
  • Top left: Sir Percival Augustus Hargreave was the longest-serving prime minister to date, holding office from 1737 to 1770.
  • Top right: Lawrence Montgomerie was the last wartime prime minister and the first of the Commonwealth, serving from 1932 to 1934 and 1938 to 1939.
  • Bottom left: Heidi Reid was the first elected female prime minister, serving from 1999 to 2008.
  • Bottom right: Zoe Halivar is the current prime minister, being elected in 2021.

This is a list of Prime Ministers of Estmere.

List of officeholders

Political Parties:

Non-partisan

  Independent

Conservative & Sotirian Democratic

  Viridians   Unionist Party   Sotirian People's Party   National Democratic Party   Sotirian Democratic Union

Liberal & Radical

  Borough Party   Chartists   Constitutionalist Party   Radical Liberal Party   Reform Party

Social Democratic & Socialist

  Socialist Party of Estmere   Progressive Social Democrats

Kingdom of Estmere (1701–1798)

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Elections Ministry Monarch
(Reign)
Took office Left office Time in office
Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Estmere
1 Charles Townshend, 2nd Viscount Townshend by Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt.jpg Rupert Pelham
Earl of Calliwell

(1669–1734)
14 November
1701
2 August
1722
20 years, 8 months and 9 days Viridians 1702 Calliwell I Louis III
Portrait of James II Prado.jpg
(1682–1736)
1709
1712 Calliwell II
1720
2 John Carteret, 2nd Earl Granville by William Hoare.jpg Spencer Rutherford
Earl of Delafontaine

(1690–1763)
2 August
1722
13 June
1736
13 years, 10 months and 11 days Viridians 1720 Delafontaine I
1726 Delafontaine II
1729 Delafontaine III
3 Henry Pelham by John Shackleton.jpg Cornelius Cornwallis
Duke of Ponsonby

(1694–1751)
13 June
1736
22 March
1737
9 months and 9 days Viridians Ponsonby I Mary II
Dahl, Michael - Queen Anne - NPG 6187.jpg
(1736–1774)
4 Dorset1.JPG Sir Percival Hargreave
(1693–1779)
22 March
1737
11 January
1761
23 years, 9 months and 20 days Borough Party 1738 Hargreave I
1745 Hargreave II
1752 Hargreave III
1754 Hargreave IV
5 George Grenville (1712–1770) by William Hoare (1707-1792) Cropped.jpg Richard Ritterhome
(1726–1791)
11 January
1761
27 June
1763
2 years, 5 months and 16 days Borough Party Ritterhome I
6 William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham after Richard Brompton cropped.jpg Charles Tadbury
(1711–1786)
27 June
1763
18 April
1777
13 years, 9 months and 22 days Viridians 1766 Tadbury I
1772 Tadbury II Edward I
William, Duke of Cumberland (1721-1765).jpg
(1774–1789)
7 Henry Addington by Beechey.jpg Horace Wetherby
Earl of Dawsin

(1723–1799)
18 April
1777
3 October
1785
8 years, 5 months and 15 days Viridians 1780 Dawsin I
8 OlderPittThe Younger.jpg Henry Hargreave
Viscount Harring

(1761–1798)
3 October
1785
11 May
1794
8 years, 7 months and 8 days Borough Party 1784 Harring I
1789 Harring II Edward II
Allan Ramsay - King George III in coronation robes - Google Art Project.jpg
(1789–1798)
9 Jeremy Bentham by Henry William Pickersgill detail.jpg George Wilkes
(1733–1810)
11 May
1794
2 February
1797
2 years, 8 months and 22 days Chartists Wilkes I
(8) OlderPittThe Younger.jpg Henry Hargreave
Viscount Harring

(1761–1798)
2 February
1797
9 November
1798
1 year, 9 months and 7 days Borough Party Harring III

Estmerish Republic (1798–1801)

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Elections Ministry First Citizen
(Tenure)
Took office Left office Time in office
Prime Minister of the Estmerish Republic
(9) Jeremy Bentham by Henry William Pickersgill detail.jpg George Wilkes
(1733–1810)
9 November
1798
13 April
1799
5 months and 4 days Chartists 1798 Wilkes II John Button
Charles James Fox by Karl Anton Hickel.jpg
(1798–1801)
10 William Hazlitt self-portrait (1802).jpg Thomas Warrington
(1767–1799)
13 April
1799
5 May
1799
21 days Chartists Warrington I
11 Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson, 1758-1805, 1st Viscount Nelson.jpg Admiral
Henry Hunt
(1738–1822)
13 April
1799
28 September
1801
2 years, 5 months and 15 days Chartists 1799 Hunt I

Kingdom of Estmere and Borland (1801–1842)

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Elections Ministry Monarch
(Reign)
Took office Left office Time in office
Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Estmere and Borland
12 Lord Castlereagh Marquess of Londonderry.jpg Richard Lascelles
Earl of Allerton

(1766–1828)
28 September
1801
3 October
1814
13 years and 5 days Viridians 1802 Allerton I Edward II
Allan Ramsay - King George III in coronation robes - Google Art Project.jpg
(1801–1826)
1809 Allerton II
13 Thomas Lawrence, Charles William (Vane-)Stewart, Later 3rd Marquess of Londonderry, 1812, oil on canvas, National Portrait Gallery, London.jpg General
Joseph Aremond
Viscount Damesbridge-Grimmertowne

(1772–1849)
3 October
1814
10 March
1823
8 years, 5 months and 7 days Viridians 1816 Aremond I
14 William Wilberforce (1759–1833) by George Hayter.jpg Robert Fitzjames
Marquess Moreland

(1760–1841)
10 March
1823
29 August
1829
6 years, 5 months and 19 days Borough Party 1822 Moreland I
1827 Moreland II James III
Leopold, Grand Duke of Baden.PNG
(1826–1858)
15 Henry Hardinge, 1st Viscount Hardinge of Lahore by Sir Francis Grant.jpg Arthur Wood
Marquess Hillingdon

(1783–1856)
29 August
1829
5 July
1840
10 years, 10 months and 6 days Viridians 1825 Hillingdon I
1831 Hillingdon II
1836 Hillingdon III
16 Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Bt by Henry William Pickersgill-detail.jpg William Russell
Baron Fleetwood

(1784–1869)
5 July
1840
1 January
1842
1 year, 5 months and 27 days Viridians Fleetwood I

Kingdom of Estmere (1842–1929)

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Elections Ministry Monarch
(Reign)
Took office Left office Time in office
Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Estmere
16 Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Bt by Henry William Pickersgill-detail.jpg William Russell
Baron Fleetwood

(1784–1869)
1 January
1842
5 August
1845
3 years, 7 months and 4 days Viridians Fleetwood I James III
Leopold, Grand Duke of Baden.PNG
(1801–1858)
1843 Fleetwood II
17 Peter Hesketh-Fleetwood.jpg George James
Marquess Hallfield

(1798–1869)
5 August
1845
22 February
1846
6 months and 17 days Viridians Hallfield I
18 Sir Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington.png General
Sir Richard Hope
Earl of Longwood

(1781–1869)
22 February
1846
17 April
1860
14 years, 1 month and 26 days Constitutionalist Party 1846 Hope I
1850 Hope II
1854 Hope III
1858 Hope IV Edward III
Georg V. (Hannover) Winterhalter@Residenzmuseum Celle20160708.jpg
(1858–1871)
19 William Gladstone by Mayall, 1861.jpg Richmond Burke
Baron Burke

(1808–1897)
17 April
1860
30 June
1867
7 years, 2 months and 13 days Unionist Party 1860 Burke I
1864 Burke II
20 Benjamin Disraeli cph.3a37860 (cropped).jpg Isaiah Isaacs
Marquess Rhisling

(1802–1889)
30 June
1867
11 March
1871
3 years, 8 months and 11 days Constitutionalist Party 1867 Isaacs I
(19) Portrait of William Gladstone.jpg Richmond Burke
Baron Burke

(1808–1897)
11 March
1871
3 February
1875
3 years, 10 months and 23 days Unionist Party 1871 Burke III Richard XII
Alfred duke of Edinburgh.jpg
(1871–1898)
(20) Disraeli.jpg Isaiah Isaacs
Marquess Rhisling

(1802–1889)
3 February
1875
11 June
1882
7 years, 4 months and 8 days Constitutionalist Party 1875 Isaacs II
1879 Isaacs III
21 Cyril Flower, 1st Baron Battersea (early 1890s self-portrait) (cropped).jpg Seymour Parnell
(1843–1908)
11 June
1882
2 May
1888
5 years, 10 months and 21 days Constitutionalist Party 1884 Parnell I
22 William Rathbone VI (1819-1902) (14465957388).jpg George Borr-Ashley
Earl of Tanqueray

(1819–1902)
2 May
1888
15 October
1890
2 years, 5 months and 13 days Unionist Party 1888 Tanqueray I
23 Portrait of Richard Haldane, 1st Viscount Haldane.jpg Stanley Harman
Viscount Maraleigh

(1855–1924)
15 October
1890
20 April
1892
1 year, 6 months and 5 days Unionist Party Harman I
24 Justin McCarthy, 1891.jpg Robert Feilding
Marquess Ebrington

(1830–1912)
20 April
1892
4 May
1896
4 years and 14 days Constitutionalist Party 1892 Feilding I
25 Curzon GGBain.jpg Herbert Spencer Maxwell
Baron Gorhambury

(1859–1928)
4 May
1896
25 February
1904
7 years, 9 months and 21 days Unionist Party 1896 Spencer Maxwell I
1900 Spencer Maxwell II Edward IV
Prince Henry of Prussia (1862–1929), brother of Kaiser Wilhelm II.jpg
(1898–1916)
Gws samuel 01.jpg John Harris
(1867–1959)
25 February
1904
8 July
1910
6 years, 4 months and 13 days Constitutionalist Party 1904 Harris I
26 Radical Liberal Party 1906 Harris II
(25) Curzon GGBain.jpg Herbert Spencer Maxwell
Baron Gorhambury

(1859–1928)
8 July
1910
17 September
1913
3 years, 2 months and 9 days Unionist Party 1910 Spencer Maxwell III
(26) Gws samuel 01.jpg John Harris
(1867–1959)
17 September
1913
22 January
1919
4 years, 4 months and 5 days Radical Liberal Party 1913 Harris III
Harris War Richard XIII
HRH The Prince of Wales No 4 (HS85-10-36416).jpg
(1916–1929)
Harris Caretaker
27 Stanley Jackson MP.jpg Percy Levesque
(1870–1947)
22 January
1919
22 January
1919
0 days Unionist Party 1919 Levesque I

Estmerish government in exile; "Fighting Estmere" (1929–1934)

No. Portrait Name Took office Left office Days Election Political Party Monarch
Prime Minister of the Government in Exile
Stanley Baldwin ggbain.35233.jpg Anthony Colborn
(1866-1948)
18th July 1929 30th April 1930 9 months and 12 days - Unionist Richard XIII
HRH The Prince of Wales No 4 (HS85-10-36416).jpg
(1929-1934)
After the Fall of Morwall, the Estmerish government retreated to the northern city of Longwood, declaring itself a government in exile in expectation of Gaullica setting up a puppet state. Colburn continued on as Prime Minister of this government in exile, with the expectation of returning to Morwall, but after the loss of army forces at Dunwich, his position became untenable, and after the government was again relocated to Caldia, he stepped down.
Viscount Simon.jpg Edward Mitchell-Woods
(1873-1951)
30th April 1930 5th October 1930 5 months and 5 days - Constitutionalist
Taking over having served as Colburn's deputy in the national coalition, Mitchell-Woods took over the role of Prime Minister has Colburn's resignation. It soon became clear that he was unable to maintain the confidence of the house, so Mitchell-Woods invited the SDCP to join the coalition. Mithcell-Woods stepped down as Prime Minister to take up the deputy role, with SDCP leader John Henderson taking his place as Prime Minister.
Lord Snowden.jpg John Henderson
(1864-1939)
5th October 1930 11th February 1932 1 year, 4 months and 6 days - SDCP
Henderson became Prime Minister as his party, the SDCP, joined the wartime national coalition. He initially struggled to maintain the support of the political right for the national coalition, but opposition to him died down when it became clear how dire the situation was. He was considered an apt leader, but he abhored Wolfgar Godfredson, believing that he had ambitions for a military government. When cooperation between the government in exile and the Estmerish Liberation Army became a clear necessity, Henderson lost a vote of no confidence and was replaced by his opposite number.
Austen Chamberlain MP.jpg Lawrence Montgomerie
(1861-1939)
11th February 1932 2nd October 1934 2 years, 7 months and 21 days - SPP
Montgomerie succeeded Henderson as Prime Minister, and was able to secure a good relationship with the Estmerish Liberation Army and Wolfgar Godfredson, which his predecessor had proved unable to do. He rallied support for Estmere during his time in office, recording a number of rallying speeches that were broadcast across occupied Estmere. He continually lobbied the Weranian government to make a push to retake Morwall, and when that operation was possible, saw to it that saw forces from the ELA and government in exile were the first to enter the liberated city. The last Prime Minister to serve under a King, it was Montgomerie who advised that Richard XIII abdicate, leaving the monarchy in a state of regency. Montgomerie stepped down in 1934, joining the new Transitional Authority and being elected to the constitutional assembly.

Transitional Authority of Estmere (1934–1938)

No. Portrait Name Took office Left office Days Election Political Party
Chairperson of the Transitional Authority of Estmere
Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Harris.jpg Wolfgar Godfredson
(1892-1984)
2nd October 1934 27th August 1938 3 years, 10 months and 25 days 1935 Independent
Godfredson was unanimously elected as Chairperson of the Transitional Authority, and immediately began organising for the elections to compose a constitutional assembly. He worked with the Weranian government to ensure that Estmere recieved a permanent seat on the CNSC and organised a referendum on the monarchy. He also organised a referendum on the status of Borland, and led the Estmerish delegation during the subsequent negotiations. He navigated the 1937 mutiny by leveraging his influence to secure a federal government for Estmere. His final act in office was to officially dissolve the Authority, handing over control of Estmere over to the new Commonwealth.

Commonwealth of Estmere (1938–present)

No. Portrait Name Took office Left office Days Election Political Party President
Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Estmere
?? Austen Chamberlain MP.jpg Lawrence Montgomerie
(1861-1939)
27th August 1938 11th December 1939 1 year, 3 months and 14 days 1938 SPP Wolfgar Godfredson
Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Harris.jpg
(1938-1953)
After his service to the nation in organising Fighting Estmere, and after his work in the Transitional Authority, Montgomerie was then confirmed as the first post-war Prime Minister at the head of a coalition comprising the SPP, NDP, RR and the Constitutionalists. His election was attributed to his own personal popularity. He pushed for a strong reconstruction package that emphasised national unity, but found it difficult to lead his ideologically-fragmented government. He died suddenly in 1939 from a brain hemorrhage, plunging his coalition government into chaos.
?? 1st Earl of Halifax 1947.jpg Hugo Gilbert
(1879-1953)
11th December 1939 28th October 1941 1 year, 10 months and 17 days - NDP
Gilbert succeeded Montgomerie after his death, continuing the coalition that Montgomerie had assembled. It became clear that the cohesion of the coalition had been compromised, however, and after a dispute over language rights, the Constitutionalists withdrew support for the government, ultimately leading to a general election.
?? Ernest Bevin MP.jpg Vincent Holmes
(1881-1951)
28th October 1941 5th July 1949 7 years, 8 months and 7 days 1941, 1945 SDCP
The SDCP swept to power in the 1941 election, emerging as the largest party and forming a government with support from the Radical Liberals and ESWI. Holmes orchestrated a broad reconstruction effort, nationalisied a number of industries such as coal and steel, and fostered a strong relationship between government, unions and industry. He embarked on a mass house-building and slum-clearing campaign, created a number of new towns, established a national health service, and greatly expanded the welfare state. He led Estmere into the Solarian War, and led the SDCP to a landslide victory as a result. His second term saw the controversial introduction of new taxes and the continuation of war-time austerity, but also the signing of the Euclean Charter and subsequent founding of the Euclean Community. He stepped down due to ill-health.
?? Herbert Morrison 1947.jpg Richard Moore
(1888-1965)
5th July 1949 11th September 1949 2 months and 6 days - SDCP
Moore took over from Holmes with the government facing a funding crisis, with the Radical Liberals threatening to pull support if the budget was not balanced, and ESWI threatening the same if any of the reforms achieved under Holmes were rolled back. Moore operated a lame duck administration for two months, and then called the scheduled general election, hoping to return with a greater share of the seats and a stronger position to negotiate with his coalition partners. The SDCP instead was overtaken by the centre-right coalition.
?? Rab Butler.jpg Theodore Spencer
(1898-1983)
11th September 1949 30th October 1953 4 years, 1 month and 19 days 1949 SPP
tbd
?? Hugh Gaitskell 1958.jpg Fabian Young
(1911-1986)
30th October 1953 21st July 1955 1 year, 7 months and 22 days 1953 SDCP Louis de Neville
Harold Macmillan.jpg
(1953-1963)
tbd
Rab Butler.jpg Theodore Spencer
(1898-1983)
21st July 1955 2nd August 1961 6 years, 1 month and 12 days 1955, 1959 SPP

SDU
??
tbd
?? Alec Douglas-Home in 1963.jpg Guian FitzHubert
(1901-1989)
2nd August 1961 27nd June 1965 3 years, 11 months and 25 days 1963 SDU
tbd Anthony Atkinson
Jo Grimond.jpg
(1963-1968)
?? Harold Holt 1965 01.jpg Harry Hamilton
(1911-2004)
27nd June 1965 3rd February 1966 6 months and 7 days - SDU
tbd
?? Sir Keith Joseph, Bt in 1964.jpg Isaac Mosset
(1921-2001)
3rd February 1966 17th May 1967 1 year, 3 months and 14 days - SDU
tbd
?? Kenneth Lawson.png Kenneth Lawson
(1917-1998)
17th May 1967 5th October 1972 5 years, 4 months and 18 days 1967, 1971 SDCP
tbd Milo Morris
Start campagne voor Europese verkiezingen van PvdA (Rotterdam) Neal Kinnoch , k, Bestanddeelnr 932-9811.jpg
(1968-1978)
?? Harold Wilson.jpg William Prentice
(1918-1996)
5th October 1972 15th April 1973 6 months and 10 days - SDCP
tbd
?? Denis Healey.jpg David Armstrong
(1915-2013)
15th April 1973 27th August 1976 3 years, 4 months and 12 days 1973 SDCP
tbd
?? Sir Keith Joseph, Bt in 1964.jpg Isaac Mosset
(1921-2001)
27th August 1976 3rd March 1980 3 years, 6 months and 5 days 1977 SDU
tbd Rufus Wilson
Michael Foot (1981).jpg
(1978-1983)
?? Peter Carington 1984.jpg Michael Lowe
(1918-2014)
3rd March 1980 16th June 1981 1 year, 3 months and 13 days - SDU
tbd
?? Roy Jenkins 1977 (cropped).jpg Robert Reynolds
(1925-2017)
16th June 1981 28th November 1990 9 years, 5 months and 12 days 1981, 1984, 1988 Reform
tbd Calvin Wright
David Owen-1.jpg
(1983-1993)
?? Shirley Williams, 1984.jpg Melissa Smith
(born 1931)
28th November 1990 3rd July 1992 1 year, 7 months and 5 days - Reform
tbd
?? Malcolm Rifkind.jpg Charles Phillips
(born 1947)
3rd July 1992 16th May 1997 4 years, 10 months and 13 days 1992, 1996 SDU
tbd David Russell
Prime Minister John Major (cropped).jpg
(1993-2003)
?? Flickr - europeanpeoplesparty - EPP Summit 16 June 2005 (1) (cropped).jpg Richard Hamilton
(born 1939)
16th May 1997 24th February 1998 9 months and 8 days - SDU
tbd
?? Michael Portillo by Regents College cropped.jpg John Stephenson
(born 1952)
24th February 1998 2nd November 1999 1 year, 8 months and 9 days - SDU
tbd
?? Cherie Blair in Trento.jpg Heidi Reid
(born 1952)
2nd November 1999 26th February 2008 8 years, 3 months and 24 days 1999, 2003, 2007 Reform
tbd Toby Brown
John Prescott 2009 (cropped).jpg
(2003-2008)
?? Nick Clegg election infobox.jpg Daniel Hawkins
(born 1966)
26th February 2008 5th August 2012 4 years, 5 months and 10 days 2008 Reform
tbd
?? Michael Gove 2013 (cropped).jpg Matthew Dawson
(born 1962)
5th August 2012 22nd November 2015 3 years, 3 months and 17 days 2012 SDU Alice Roberts
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(2008-present)
tbd
?? Ken Clarke 2010.jpg Alan Baskerville
(born 1946)
22nd November 2015 1st January 2016 1 month and 10 days - SDU
tbd
?? Gavin Williamson MSC 2019 (cropped).jpg Richard Graham
(born 1978)
1st January 2016 23rd April 2018 2 years, 3 months and 22 days 2016 SDU
tbd
?? Official portrait of Mr David Davis crop 2.jpg Reginald Wilton-Smyth
(born 1944)
23rd April 2018 3rd June 2021 3 years, 1 month and 11 days 2018 SDU
tbd
?? Official portrait of Lisa Nandy crop 2.jpg Zoe Halivar
(born 1980)
3rd June 2021 Incumbent 7 months and 19 days 2021 SDCP
Halivar was elected in 2021, forming a minority government with support from the Greens and ESWI. This was the first SDCP-led government since 1976.

Timeline

Zoe HalivarReginald Wilton-SmythRichard GrahamAlan BaskervilleMatthew DawsonDaniel HawkinsHeidi ReidJohn StephensonRichard HamiltonCharles PhillipsMelissa SmithRobert ReynoldsMichael LoweDavid ArmstrongWilliam PrenticeKenneth LawsonIsaac MossetHarry HamiltonGuian FitzHubertFabian YoungTheodore SpencerRichard MooreVincent HolmesHugo GilbertLawrence Montgomerie

See also