Who replaced Gordon Brown Labour leader?
|The Right Honourable Gordon Brown HonFRSE|
|Preceded by||Tony Blair|
|Succeeded by||David Cameron|
|Leader of the Labour Party|
|In office 24 June 2007 – 11 May 2010|
Who is the Labour prime minister?
List of prime ministers
|Name||Time in office||Political party|
|Boris Johnson||2019 – present||Conservative|
|Theresa May||2016 – 2019||Conservative|
|David Cameron||2010 – 2016||Conservative|
|Gordon Brown||2007 – 2010||Labour|
What does the Labour party believe in?
Labour Party (UK)
|Ideology||Social democracy Democratic socialism|
|European affiliation||Party of European Socialists|
|International affiliation||Progressive Alliance Socialist International|
Who did Michael Foot succeed as Labour leader?
|The Right Honourable Michael Foot FRSL|
|Preceded by||James Callaghan|
|Succeeded by||Neil Kinnock|
|Deputy Leader of the Labour Party|
|In office 5 April 1976 – 10 November 1980|
Who was the leader of the Liberal Party?
|Leader (Birth–Death)||Left office|
|Vince Cable was Acting Leader during this interim.|
|4||Nick Clegg (1967–)||16 July 2015|
|5||Tim Farron (1970–)||20 July 2017|
|6||Sir Vince Cable (1943–)||22 July 2019|