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List of fictional Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom

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Fictional stories featuring the political scene in Westminster or Whitehall in the United Kingdom, often feature fictional Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom – invented characters with the position of Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Such characters may be complete inventions, or they may be based on a particular Prime Minister or politician, or on a broad stereotype of party politicians.

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Prime Ministers are listed alphabetically by surname. Also provided is information (where relevant and provided) about actors who portrayed the character.

A

  • Lord Alloway
  • Prime Minister in the Hercule Poirot short story "The Submarine Plans" by Agatha Christie
  • Lord Appin
  • former Prime Minister in A Lodge in the Wilderness by John Buchan
  • Herbert Attwell
  • Prime Minister who Jim Hacker serves under (in "Yes, Minister"), and eventually succeeds (in "Yes, Prime Minister"). Both were written by Jonathan Lynn and Antony Jay.
  • B

  • Baldrick
  • Played by: Tony Robinson
  • Prime Minister in Blackadder: Back & Forth; member of Adder Party
  • Lord Richard Beaminster
  • former Prime Minister in The Duchess of Wrexe by Hugh Walpole
  • Alec Beasley
  • Played by Ralph Fiennes
  • Prime Minister in Page Eight, Turks and Caicos,and Salting the Battlefields
  • Lord Bellinger
  • Played by: Harry Andrews (Granada adaptation)
  • Prime Minister in The Adventure of the Second Stain (a Sherlock Holmes story)
  • Blocket
  • Played by: George A. Cooper
  • Prime Minister in: The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer
  • Leonard Braithwaite FRSJ
  • Prime Minister (briefly) in When the Kissing Had to Stop by Constantine Fitzgibbon
  • Lord Brock
  • Prime Minister in Framley Parsonage, The Small House at Allington and Can You Forgive Her? by Anthony Trollope
  • Terry Brooks
  • Prime Minister in Doctor Who: Option Lock by Justin Richards
  • Sir George Brown, Baronet
  • Prime Minister in Vile Bodies by Evelyn Waugh
  • Alan B'Stard
  • Played by: Rik Mayall
  • Prime Minister (briefly) in The New Statesman
  • C

  • Sir John Cabal
  • Prime Minister in: Scarlet Traces by Ian Edginton
  • Caterham (first name unknown), nicknamed "Jack the Giant-Killer"
  • Prime Minister in: The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth by H. G. Wells
  • Michael Callow
  • Played by: Rory Kinnear
  • Prime Minister in: Black Mirror: "The National Anthem" by Charlie Brooker
  • Sir Walter Carey
  • Prime Minister in "The Vanishing Prince", short story in The Man Who Knew Too Much by G. K. Chesterton
  • Joan Carpenter
  • Prime Minister in: The Devil's Alternative by Frederick Forsyth
  • Sir Mortimer Chris
  • Played by: Peter Cook
  • Prime Minister in: Whoops Apocalypse (film, 1986)
  • Edward Clare
  • Prime Minister in Number Ten by Sue Townsend
  • Leighton Clarkson
  • Played by: Clarkson Guy Williams
  • Prime Minister in London Has Fallen
  • Henry Collingridge
  • Prime Minister at the start of House of Cards trilogy
  • Lord Coodle
  • Prime Minister in Bleak House by Charles Dickens
  • Phillip Cotton
  • Prime Minister in Doctor Who: Option Lock by Justin Richards
  • Duncan Craig

  • Prime Minister in The Politician's Husband
  • D

  • Alfred Danderson
  • Prime Minister in First Lady by Michael Dobbs 2007–2010
  • David (First Name only, no last name given) – played by Hugh Grant.
  • Prime Minister in Love Actually, (2003 movie)
  • Mark D'Arby
  • Prime Minister in The Edge of Madness by Michael Dobbs (2012–2014)
  • Tom Davis
  • Prime Minister in The Thick of It
  • Alastair Davies
  • Prime Minister in 24: Live Another Day
  • Played By: Stephen Fry
  • Mr Daubeny or Daubney
  • Prime Minister in Phineas Redux and The Prime Minister by Anthony Trollope
  • Tom Dawkins
  • Prime Minister in Secret State
  • Played By: Gabriel Byrne
  • Hector D'Estrange
  • Prime Minister in Gloriana, or the Revolution of 1900 by Lady Florence Dixie
  • Real name: Gloriana (Gloria) de Lara
  • Lady Florence Dixie, a campaigner for Women's suffrage, published in 1890 this utopian novel, which has been described as a feminist fantasy. In it, women win the right to vote, as the result of the protagonist, Gloriana, posing as a man, Hector l'Estrange, and being elected to the House of Commons. The character of l'Estrange is clearly based on that of Oscar Wilde. The book ends in the year 1999, with a description of a prosperous and peaceful Britain governed by women.
  • Lord de Terrier
  • Prime Minister in Framley Parsonage and Phineas Finn by Anthony Trollope
  • Rupert Devereaux
  • Prime Minister in The Bartimaeus Trilogy by Jonathan Stroud
  • Sir Thomas Doodle
  • Prime Minister in Bleak House by Charles Dickens
  • Bernard Drake
  • Prime Minister in: The Dark Red Star by Ivan Ruff
  • Lord Drummond
  • Prime Minister in The Duke's Children by Anthony Trollope
  • Morag Duff
  • Prime Minister in the works of Kim Newman
  • Felix Durrell
  • Prime Minister in Secret State
  • Played By: Rupert Graves
  • E

  • John Eaton
  • Prime Minister in The Lords' Day (2009–2012)
  • Party: Conservative
  • Dominic "Dom" Edge
  • Prime Minister in First Lady
  • David Edwards
  • Prime Minister in The Royals
  • Played by David Broughton-Davies
  • F

  • Sir Edward Ferrier
  • Prime Minister in: the Hercule Poirot short story "The Augean Stables" by Agatha Christie
  • Charles Flyte
  • Prime Minister in: Secret State
  • Played By: Tobias Menzies
  • G

    Freya Gardner

  • Prime Minister in The Politician's Husband
  • Played By: Emily Watson
  • Mr Geraldine
  • Prime Minister in: A Prince of the Captivity by John Buchan
  • Raymond Gould
  • Prime Minister in: First Among Equals by Jeffrey Archer, in the British edition of the book and the Granada Television adaptation.
  • Maureen Graty
  • Played by: Pamela Salem
  • Prime Minister in The West Wing (television series)
  • Brian Green
  • Played by Nicholas Farrell
  • Prime Minister in Torchwood series three: Children of Earth
  • Joseph Green (MP for Hartley Dale, Chair of the Parliamentary Commission on the Monitoring of Sugar Standards in Exported Confectionery)
  • Played by: David Verrey
  • Acting Prime Minister in: Doctor Who: "World War Three"
  • Real name: Jocrassa Fel Fotch Pasameer-Day Slitheen
  • Mr Gresham
  • Prime Minister in Phineas Finn, The Eustace Diamonds, Phineas Redux and The Prime Minister by Anthony Trollope
  • H

  • Jim Hacker
  • Played by: Paul Eddington
  • Prime Minister in: Yes, Prime Minister (television), succeeding Herbert Attwell (above)
  • Jeffrey Hale
  • Prime Minister in: King Ralph
  • Played by: James Villiers
  • James Halstead
  • Prime Minister in: A Planet for the President by Alistair Beaton
  • John Hammett
  • Prime Minister in: the Hercule Poirot short story "The Augean Stables" by Agatha Christie
  • John Hatcher
  • Prime Minister in: Doomsday
  • Played by: Alexander Siddig
  • Bill Hawks
  • Prime Minister in: Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.
  • Severus L. Heppenstall
  • Prime Minister in: the Inspector French novel "Death of a Train" by Freeman Wills Crofts
  • Sir Timothy Hobson
  • Prime Minister in: The Guardians (television)
  • Played by Cyril Luckham
  • Sir Joseph Humboldt
  • Prime Minister in: Prisoner of Fire by Edmund Cooper
  • Mr Hunberly
  • Prime Minister in: the Hercule Poirot short story "The Incredible Theft" by Agatha Christie
  • Tom Hutchinson
  • Played by: Ronald Fraser
  • Prime Minister in: The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer
  • George Hyde
  • Prime Minister in: The Dark Red Star by Ivan Ruff
  • J

  • Sir James Jaspers
  • Prime Minister in: the Marvel Universe comic-book continuity
  • Harriet Jones (MP for Flydale North)
  • Played by Penelope Wilton
  • Prime Minister in Doctor Who: "The Christmas Invasion"
  • Iorwerth Jones
  • Prime Minister in Nevil Shute's novel In the Wet
  • K

  • Yorrick Kaine
  • Prime Minister in Something Rotten by Jasper Fforde
  • Simon Kerslake
  • Elected Prime Minister of Britain in the alternate ending version of the book First Among Equals by Jeffrey Archer
  • L

  • Adam Lang
  • Prime Minister in: The Ghost by Robert Harris
  • Based on Tony Blair
  • Charles Lenton
  • Prime Minister in: Corridors of Power by C. P. Snow
  • Charlie Lynton
  • Prime Minister in the novel In the Presence of Mine Enemies by Harry Turtledove
  • Arthur Lytton
  • Played by: Ronald Adam
  • Prime Minister in: Seven Days to Noon (film, 1950)
  • M

  • David MacAdam
  • Played by Henry Moxton (Granada adaptation)
  • Prime Minister in the Hercule Poirot short stories "The Kidnapped Prime Minister" and "The Submarine Plans" by Agatha Christie
  • Tom Makepeace
  • Prime Minister in The Final Cut
  • Played by Paul Freeman
  • The Marquess of Malvern
  • Prime Minister in Her Majesty's Minister by William Le Queux
  • David Marchant
  • Prime Minister in Mindstar Rising and A Quantum Murder by Peter F. Hamilton
  • Mr Melmount
  • Prime Minister in In the Days of the Comet by H. G. Wells
  • Lord Merivale
  • Prime Minister in "The Fad of the Fisherman", short story in The Man Who Knew Too Much by G. K. Chesterton
  • William Mildmay
  • Prime Minister in Phineas Finn by Anthony Trollope
  • Joshua Monk
  • Played by Bryan Pringle (The Pallisers, BBC Television)
  • Prime Minister in The Duke's Children by Anthony Trollope
  • Gloria Munday
  • Prime Minister in Dan Dare graphic novel (1990) by Grant Morrison
  • O

  • The Duke of Omnium (Plantagenet Palliser)
  • Played by Philip Latham (The Pallisers, BBC Television)
  • Prime Minister in: The Prime Minister by Anthony Trollope and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Volumes One and Two by Alan Moore
  • Gerald O'Brien
  • Prime Minister in: The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Black Dossier by Alan Moore
  • Character originally from 1984 by George Orwell
  • Walter Outrage, OM
  • Prime Minister in: Vile Bodies by Evelyn Waugh
  • P

  • Harry Perkins (Harold Clement Perkins)
  • Played by: Ray McAnally
  • Prime Minister in: A Very British Coup (television and novel)
  • Michael Phillips
  • Played by: Robert Bathurst
  • Prime Minister in: My Dad's the Prime Minister (television)
  • Kevin Pork (a.k.a. Superman)
  • Played by: Peter Jones
  • Prime Minister in: Whoops Apocalypse (television, 1982)
  • Rosamund 'Ros' Jane Pritchard
  • Played by: Jane Horrocks
  • Prime Minister in The Amazing Mrs Pritchard
  • Pre-Skool Prime Minister
  • Prime Minister in Pre-Skool Prime Minister
  • R

  • Michael Rimmer
  • Played by: Peter Cook
  • Prime Minister in: The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer
  • Lord Ruthven
  • Prime Minister in: Anno Dracula and sequels by Kim Newman
  • S

  • Peter St. John
  • Prime Minister in: Zenith comic strip in 2000 AD
  • Harold Saxon (aka The Master)
  • Played by: John Simm
  • Prime Minister in Doctor Who: "The Sound of Drums" and "Last of the Time Lords", as part of the Saxon Party
  • Edward Shaw
  • played by John Shrapnel
  • Prime Minister in: The Palace
  • Henry Lyulph Holland, 1st Earl of Slane
  • Former Prime Minister in: All Passion Spent by Vita Sackville-West
  • David Somerset
  • Prime Minister in: Alternities by Michael P. Kube-McDowell
  • The Right Honourable Sackville Somerset
  • Prime Minister in The Adventure of the Lost Holiday by August Derleth
  • Dr. Davenport Spry
  • Prime Minister in: Scarlet Traces: The Great Game by Ian Edginton
  • Michael Stevens
  • Played by: Anthony Head
  • Prime Minister in: Little Britain (television)
  • Adam Susan
  • Played by: John Hurt
  • Prime Minister in: V for Vendetta by Alan Moore
  • T

  • Sir Derrick Trant
  • Prime Minister in: The Gap in the Curtain by John Buchan
  • U

  • Francis Urquhart
  • Played by: Ian Richardson (television series)
  • Prime Minister in: House of Cards trilogy by Michael Dobbs
  • a Conservative and the government chief whip, as he manoeuvres himself through blackmail and murder to the post of Prime Minister. In the television series, Urquhart is shot dead at the unveiling of the Margaret Thatcher memorial, having been Prime Minister for 4,228 days—one day longer than Thatcher.
  • W

  • Mr Waldemar
  • Prime Minister in: The Gap in the Curtain by John Buchan
  • Thomas Waring
  • Prime Minister in: Avalon by Stephen R. Lawhead
  • General Sir Harold Wharton
  • Prime Minister in: The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Black Dossier by Alan Moore
  • Character originally from the Billy Bunter stories of Charles Hamilton
  • Notes: An MI5 agent entered into the Labour Party, he was elected Prime Minister in the postwar elections after World War II and soon established the totalitarian Airstrip One government, gaining the popular nickname "Big Brother". He dies in 1952 and is replaced by Gerald O'Brien.
  • Joshua Wheaton
  • Prime Minister in The Nano Flower by Peter F. Hamilton
  • Sidney Wilton
  • Prime Minister in: Endymion by the Earl of Beaconsfield
  • Y

  • Michael Year
  • Prime Minister in: UNIT audio dramas The Longest Night and Snakehead.
  • Real people with a fictional premiership

    The following is a list of real or historical people who have been portrayed as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in fiction, although they did not hold the office in real life. This is done either as a near future or alternate history scenario, or occasionally for humorous purposes. Also included are actual British Prime Ministers with a fictional premiership at a different time and/or under different circumstances than the one in actual history.

  • Max Aitken, Lord Beaverbrook
  • In the alternate history novel Dominion by C. J. Sansom, World War II ended in June 1940 when the British government, under the leadership of the Prime Minister Lord Halifax, signed a peace treaty with Nazi Germany in Berlin. Due to poor health, Halifax resigned as Prime Minister in 1941 and was succeeded by the 78-year-old David Lloyd George. Following Lloyd George's death in 1945, Beaverbrook became Prime Minister. He led a coalition government which consisted of the pro-Treaty factions of the Conservatives and Labour as well as the British Union of Fascists. In November 1952, Beaverbrook made an agreement to transport all British Jews to the Isle of Wight, which was under Nazi control, so that they could be sent to the concentration camps of Eastern Europe. In return, the Nazis allowed the UK greater freedom when it came to trading with the rest of Europe. He resigned in October 1953.
  • Tony Benn
  • Prime Minister in Superman: Red Son by Mark Millar
  • Gordon Brown
  • Prime Minister in Crossed by Garth Ennis
  • During the outbreak of a contagious, zombie like virus in the United Kingdom, the country is plunged into anarchy as entire cities become vast charnel house's, forcing the Prime Minister and his staff to evacuate to a government bunker in Yorkshire. Brown falls victim to the infected due to an internal outbreak within the bunker, leading to the near total collapse of the British government.
  • Rab Butler
  • Prime Minister in Random Quest by John Wyndham
  • In a parallel universe in which World War II never happened, Butler was Prime Minister in 1954.
  • Lord Byron
  • Prime Minister in The Difference Engine by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling
  • Sebastian Coe
  • Prime Minister in Drop the Dead Donkey 2000 by Andy Hamilton
  • Prime Minister in The Brittas Empire episode set in 2019
  • Harriet Harman
  • She was Prime Minister in Kim Newman's short story "The Germans Won", where neither Margaret Thatcher nor John Major entered politics and she subsequently is the first female Prime Minister. Her predecessor was Chris Patten.
  • David Lloyd George
  • In the alternate history novel Dominion by C. J. Sansom, World War II ended in June 1940 when the British government, under the leadership of Lord Halifax, signed a peace treaty with Nazi Germany in Berlin. Due to poor health, Halifax resigned as Prime Minister in 1941 and was succeeded by Lloyd George, who was then 78 years old. His second term as Prime Minister lasted until his death in 1945. He was succeeded by Lord Beaverbrook, who served in that position until October 1953.
  • Roy Hattersley
  • In the Jeffrey Archer novel The Prodigal Daughter, Hattersley was the Prime Minister.
  • Denis Healey
  • Prime Minister in the 1987 graphic novel Watchmen and Kim Newman's short story "The Germans Won"
  • David Irving
  • Prime Minister in The Mirage by Matt Ruff
  • In an alternate history where Israel was established in Germany, he is one of a number of European and North American leaders to call for Israel's destruction.
  • Sir Abraham Lincoln
  • Prime Minister in: Saviour of the Empire by George Fields
  • In a timeline where the North American colonies did not rebel against British rule, he entered politics due to indignation at slave-owners foiling the Emancipation Law in 1833. After a stint in the North American Provincial Legislature he graduated to the Imperial Parliament in London and soon achieved prominence despite the aristocracy's disdain for his "uncouth provincial manners". Was among initiators of the finally approved Emancipation of the Slaves in 1856. He becomes Prime Minister in 1857 amidst the worst crisis in the history of the British Empire – widespread rebellions of slave-owning colonies in North America, the Caribbean and South Africa, simultaneously with the Indian Mutiny, a new Opium War with China and a Russian invasion of the Ottoman Empire, Britain's ally, aimed at seizing Constantinople – and with the Russians actively aiding and abetting all of Britain's other foes. Sir Abraham guided the Empire through four terrible years of war on land and at sea on multiple fronts, and succumbed to an assassin's bullet just as victory came in plain sight. Hundreds of thousands followed his cortege through the streets of London. He was interred at Westminster Abbey in the presence of Queen Victoria and declared to have been "Among the Greatest of England's Sons", on a par with King Arthur and Francis Drake.
  • Iain Macleod
  • In Michael P. Kube-McDowell's 1988 novel Alternities, Macleod is mentioned as having served as Prime Minister from 1969 to 1977.
  • Authorizes the secret deployment of U.S. intermediate-range ballistic missiles in Britain.
  • Oswald Mosley
  • Prime Minister in various "Nazis win World War II" stories, e.g., the Doctor Who Virgin New Adventures novel Timewyrm: Exodus and Harry Turtledove's novel In the Presence of Mine Enemies.
  • In Guy Walters's The Leader, Mosley has taken power as "The Leader" of Great Britain in 1937. King Edward VIII is still on the throne after his marriage, Winston Churchill is a prisoner on the Isle of Man, and Prime Minister Mosley is conspiring with Adolf Hitler about the fate of Britain's Jewish population.
  • In Philip Roth's The Plot Against America, a secret pact between Charles Lindbergh who becomes President of the United States and Hitler includes an agreement to impose Mosley as the ruler of a German-occupied Britain with America's blessing after a ruse in which Lindbergh convinces Churchill to negotiate peace with Hitler, which deliberately fails — mirroring the dishonesty and repudiation of key Hitler-signed treaties, the Munich Conference Accord and Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact.
  • In Kim Newman's The Bloody Red Baron, Mosley is shot down and killed in 1918 by Erich von Stalheim (from the Biggles series by W. E. Johns) and a character later comments that "a career has been ended before it was begun."
  • In the Elseworlds comic Superman: War of the Worlds, Mosley becomes Prime Minister after the defeat of the Martian invasion of 1938.
  • In the alternate history novel The Man Who Prevented WW2 by Roy Carter, Mosley became Prime Minister when the British Union of Fascists won the 1935 general election and remained in office until his death in March 1980. He forged an alliance with Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and the Empire of Japan and went to war with the Irish Free State, France, Poland, Czechoslovakia, the Soviet Union and Greece. During the war with Greece, his government dropped an atomic bomb on the city of Salonika on 17 January 1941.
  • John Pardoe
  • Played by: himself
  • Prime Minister in Black Cinderella Two Goes East (a BBC Radio 4 pantomime by Douglas Adams)
  • Party: Liberal
  • Chris Patten
  • He was Prime Minister in Kim Newman's short story "The Germans Won", where neither Margaret Thatcher nor John Major entered politics. His predecessor was Peter Walker while his successor was Harriet Harman
  • John Prescott
  • Prime Minister in My Hero episode scene set 10 years in future (2015)
  • John Smith
  • In the parallel universe featured in the 2006 BBC Four adaptation of Random Quest by John Wyndham, Smith was the Prime Minister in 2006. At this time, the United Kingdom was suffering severe drought, leading Smith to declare a state of emergency. There was widespread panic throughout Southeast England and Wales as the reservoirs have been dry for months. Tony Blair was the newly appointed Minister for Drought.
  • Margaret Thatcher
  • In a parallel universe featured in the Sliders Season Four episode "Asylum", Thatcher collaborated with the Kromaggs when they invaded her Earth. She agreed to give them access to the oil reserves in the North Sea in exchange for leaving the United Kingdom alone. After the end of the Kromagg War, collaborators came to be known as "Thatchers."
  • Jeremy Thorpe
  • Mentioned as being the current Prime Minister in the Doctor Who story The Green Death.
  • Peter Walker
  • He is Prime Minister in Kim Newman's short story "The Germans Won", where neither Margaret Thatcher nor John Major entered politics. His predecessor was Denis Healey and his successor was Chris Patten.
  • Shirley Williams
  • Prime Minister in Doctor Who Virgin New Adventures novel No Future by Paul Cornell
  • Sir Horace Wilson
  • In the alternate history novel Settling Accounts: In at the Death as part of the Southern Victory Series by Harry Turtledove, Sir Horace Wilson succeeds an authoritarian Winston Churchill in 1944 as acting Prime Minister, bringing a disastrous Second Great War against the German Empire to a conclusion.
  • In The War That Came Early, also by Harry Turtledove, World War II breaks out in 1938 over Czechoslovakia. In 1940, after the United Kingdom and France switch sides, and joins Nazi Germany against the Soviet Union, Horace Wilson succeeds Neville Chamberlain in 1940, and imposes an increasingly authoritarian government. Wilson is finally overthrown by a military coup in 1941, and is held in protective custody, while Britain ends the war against the USSR and goes back to war against Germany.
  • E. F. L. Wood, 1st Earl of Halifax
  • In the alternate history novel Dominion by C. J. Sansom, World War II ended in June 1940 when the British government, under the leadership of Lord Halifax, signed a peace treaty with Nazi Germany in Berlin. Due to poor health, Halifax resigned as Prime Minister in 1941 and was succeeded by the 78-year-old David Lloyd George.
  • In the alternate history novel For the Sake of England by Richard K. Burns in which Winston Churchill was born in New York City in 1874 when his mother Jennie Jerome left his father Lord Randolph Churchill and was elected President of the United States in 1936, Lord Halifax became Prime Minister in 1940 and signed a peace treaty with Nazi Germany after the Battle of France. However, Adolf Hitler betrayed Halifax and attacked the UK in 1941, leading the United States to enter the war.
  • In Stephen Baxter and Simon Bradshaw's short story "First to the Moon!", Halifax becomes Prime Minister in a timeline where Edward VIII remained king. Halifax was still Prime Minister in 1950, when the British – using captured Soviet rocket scientists under Sergei Korolev – launch the first manned Moon mission.
  • Unnamed

    Due to the absence of full names, this list is ordered by available information.

  • First name "Jeremy"
  • Prime Minister in Doctor Who : "The Green Death"
  • Black male "Leroy"
  • Prime Minister in Strontium Dog stories in 2000 AD comic.
  • White Female
  • Played by: Faith Brook
  • Prime Minister in:North Sea Hijack (film, 1979)
  • Female
  • Prime Minister in Doctor Who : "Terror of the Zygons"
  • Black male
  • Played by: Don Warrington
  • President of Great Britain in Doctor Who : "Rise of the Cybermen"
  • White Male
  • Played by: Michael Gambon
  • Prime Minister in: Ali G Indahouse (film, 2002)
  • White Male
  • Played by: Robbie Coltrane
  • Prime Minister in Stormbreaker
  • White Male
  • Played by: Kevin McNally
  • Prime Minister in: Johnny English (film, 2003)
  • Male (unnamed but possibly John Major considering the chronology of the Harry Potter stories)
  • Prime Minister appearing in the first chapter of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J.K. Rowling
  • Two unnamed Earls, one succeeding the other
  • Prime Ministers in: Barchester Towers by Anthony Trollope
  • Unspecified gender
  • In Ian McEwan's The Child in Time.
  • White Female
  • Played by: Karen Taylor
  • Prime Minister 'The Brass Lady' in: Touch Me, I'm Karen Taylor (comedy series)
  • References

    List of fictional Prime Ministers of the United Kingdom Wikipedia


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