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  1. Margaret Thatcher: Female UK Prime Minister. Known lovingly as the “iron lady,” Margaret Thatcher made her mark in history as the United Kingdoms' first prime minister. A determined leader, Thatcher held office from 1979-1990 and completed many great feats like the right-to-buy scheme and changing the business environment.

  2. Ardern is New Zealand's third female prime minister after Jenny Shipley (1997–1999) and Helen Clark (1999–2008). She is a member of the Council of Women World Leaders. Entering office aged 37, Ardern is also the youngest individual to become New Zealand's head of government since Edward Stafford, who became premier in 1856.

  3. Prime Minister: acting Prime Minister for a brief period 2 Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir: 2009–2013 Iceland: Prime Minister: first permanent LGBT head of government 3 Elio Di Rupo: 2011–2014 Belgium: Prime Minister: 4 Xavier Bettel: 2013–present Luxembourg: Prime Minister: 5 Leo Varadkar: 2017–2020 Ireland: Taoiseach: 6 Ana Brnabić: 2017 ...

  4. Johnson was less popular than Starmer from November 2021, with the percentage of people who thought Johnson made the best Prime Minister just 23 percent in January 2022. The populist becomes unpopular

  5. Sep 19, 2022 · Interestingly, when the world celebrated World Cleanup Day this year on 17 September—held over the course of a 24-hour period on the third Saturday of September annually—Bharat had a double celebration as the day marked the 72nd birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  6. Jun 21, 2022 · The highest position of executive power has been held by a woman in just 63 countries since 1960. The first democratically elected female Prime Minister was Sirimavo Bandaranaike of Sri Lanka, who ...

  7. Dec 10, 2019 · Prime Minister 10 December 2019 to present Party Leader, Master of Administrative Sciences, Member of Parliament Social Democratic Party Date and place of birth: 16 November 1985, Helsinki Place of residence: Tampere. Political career. Prime Minister 10 December 2019 to present Minister of Transport and Communications (Rinne), 6 June 2019–10 ...

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