Leader of the House of Commons

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The Leader of the House of Commons is generally a member of the Cabinet of the United Kingdom who is responsible for arranging government business in the House of Commons.wikipedia
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Lord President of the Council

Lord PresidentThe Lord President of the CouncilLord President of the Privy Council
Until 1942, the position was usually held by the Prime Minister if he sat in the House of Commons; in more recent years, the post has been usually held jointly with that of Lord President of the Council or Lord Privy Seal.
In recent years it has been most typical for the Lord President also to serve as Leader of the House of Commons or Leader of the House of Lords.

Lord Privy Seal

Keeper of the Privy SealLord Keeper of the Privy SealPrivy Seal
Until 1942, the position was usually held by the Prime Minister if he sat in the House of Commons; in more recent years, the post has been usually held jointly with that of Lord President of the Council or Lord Privy Seal.
Since the premiership of Clement Attlee, the position of Lord Privy Seal has frequently been combined with that of Leader of the House of Lords or Leader of the House of Commons.

Cabinet of the United Kingdom

CabinetBritish Cabinetcabinet minister
The Leader of the House of Commons is generally a member of the Cabinet of the United Kingdom who is responsible for arranging government business in the House of Commons.
This does not, however, apply to the non-secretaries of state in the Cabinet such as the Leader of the House of Commons (when such office of Cabinet rank).

George Grenville

GrenvilleLord GrenvilleHon. George Grenville
In October 1761 he chose to stay in government and accepted the new role of Leader of the Commons causing a rift with his brother-in-law and political ally William Pitt who had resigned.

Samuel Sandys, 1st Baron Sandys

Samuel SandysThe Lord SandysSamuel Sandys''', 1st Baron Sandys
He held numerous posts in the government of the United Kingdom, namely Chancellor of the Exchequer, Leader of the House of Commons, Cofferer of the Household and First Lord of Trade.

First Newcastle ministry

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Among the most influential members of the Ministry was Henry Fox, who served as Leader of the House of Commons from November 1755, having firstly entered the Cabinet in his earlier position of Secretary at War in December 1754.

Henry Seymour Conway

ConwayHenry ConwayGeneral Henry Seymour Conway
He held various political offices including Chief Secretary for Ireland, Secretary of State for the Southern Department, Leader of the House of Commons and Secretary of State for the Northern Department.

Grenvillite

Grenvillitesa group of MPs
While Temple quit the government in protest, his younger brother, George Grenville, remained in the government, now dominated by King George III's favorite, Lord Bute, and served as Leader of the House of Commons.

Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Deputy Prime MinisterBritish Deputy Prime MinisterShadow Deputy Prime Minister
When there is either no Deputy Prime Minister or First Secretary of State, the Leader of the House may stand in for an absent Prime Minister at Prime Minister's Questions.
The Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, Ted Short, was Leader of the House of Commons from 1974 to 1976 under Harold Wilson and often thought of as Deputy Prime Minister; he was referred to as such in the citation for being made an Honorary Freeman of the City of Newcastle upon Tyne.

George Canning

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Canning subsequently served under new Prime Minister the Earl of Liverpool as British Ambassador to Portugal (1814–1816), President of the Board of Control (1816–1821), and Foreign Secretary and Leader of the House of Commons (1822–1827).

Spencer Perceval

Hon. Spencer PercevalPercevalassassinated British prime minister
After a late entry into politics, his rise to power was rapid; he was appointed as Solicitor General and Attorney General, respectively, in the Addington ministry; Chancellor of the Exchequer and Leader of the House of Commons in the Portland ministry; and became Prime Minister in 1809.

William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham

William PittWilliam Pitt the ElderPitt
In December 1756, Pitt, who now sat for Okehampton, became Secretary of State for the Southern Department, and Leader of the House of Commons under the premiership of the Duke of Devonshire.

Robert Peel

Sir Robert PeelPeelSir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet
After a brief period out of office he returned as Home Secretary under his political mentor the Duke of Wellington (1828–1830), also serving as Leader of the House of Commons.

Canningite government, 1827–1828

CanningCanning ministryCanningite Government
The man chosen to succeed him was the Foreign Secretary and Leader of the House of Commons, George Canning.

Henry Pelham

PelhamHon. Henry PelhamPelhams
Pelham served as First Lord of the Treasury, Chancellor of the Exchequer and Leader of the House of Commons.

South Northamptonshire (UK Parliament constituency)

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She was Leader of the House of Commons from 2017 to 2019, and Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs from 2016 to 2017.

Benjamin Disraeli

DisraeliLord BeaconsfieldBenjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield
When Lord Derby, the party leader, thrice formed governments in the 1850s and 1860s, Disraeli served as Chancellor of the Exchequer and Leader of the House of Commons.

Aberdeen ministry

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*Lord John Russell served as Leader of the House of Commons from December 1852 to February 1855.