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1. Prime Minister Imran Khan said improvement in the agriculture sector would help rid people of poverty.

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2. On November 8, 2016, Mike Pence was elected vice president of the United States when Donald Trump won the presidential race, defeating Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

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3. On November 8, 2016, Pence was elected vice president of the United States when Trump won the presidential race.

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4. Prime Minister Gordon Brown was a gifted student who was selected for a fasttrack university entrance program, and he began his studies at the University of Edinburgh at age 16.

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5. Anupam Kher was last seen in "The Accidental Prime Minister", a biopic based on the life of former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

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6. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has to deal with regional conflicts with China, as the two countries each claim islands in the East China Sea as their own.

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7. In 1997, when Tony Blair Associates led Labour to power for the first time since 1979, he became the youngest prime minister since the early 1800s.

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8. Prime Minister Gordon Brown took a tough stance on government spending, earning a reputation as the "iron chancellor", and established economic criteria for Britain's adopting the euro that helped undermine the prime minister's push to do so.

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9. Prime Minister Winston Churchill's figures for the size of the Luftwaffe, leaked to him by Ralph Wigram at the Foreign Office, were less accurate than those of the Air Ministry and he believed that the Germans were preparing to unleash thermite bombs "the size of an orange" on London.

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10. Prime Minister Winston Churchill had 12 strategic conferences with Roosevelt which covered the Atlantic Charter, Europe first strategy, the Declaration by United Nations and other war policies.

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11. Prime Minister David Cameron passed twelve O-Levels and then three A-levels: History of art; History, in which he was taught by Michael Kidson; and Economics with Politics.

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12. Prime Minister Imran Khan visited embassies of Iran and Saudi Arabia and met their head of commissions in Islamabad on 8 January 2015 to understand their stance about the conflict which is engulfing both nations after execution of Sheikh Nimr by Saudi Arabia.

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13. Abraham Lincoln was an American statesman and lawyer who served as the 16th President of the United States from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865.

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14. Orrin Hatch voted with nine other Republican senators to confirm Lynch.

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15. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe quickly launched an ambitious economic program intended to stimulate the long-moribund Japanese economy and help speed the recovery of the northeastern Honshu region devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

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16. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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17. Prime Minister David Cameron repaid £680 claimed for repairs to his constituency home.

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18. Tony Blair retired as Prime Minister and Leader of Labour Party in 2007.

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19. Stephen King engaged, saying: "Well of the lying journalistic gutter", the congressman tweeted in the wee morning hours Friday.

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20. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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21. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher continued her lifelong makeover: changing hairstyle, clothes and, through further voice coaching, lowering her voice from its gratingly high pitch to a more commanding contralto.

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22. In 2001, Prime Minister Tony Blair said, "We are a left of centre party, pursuing economic prosperity and social justice as partners and not as opposites".

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23. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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24. Prime Minister Gordon Brown once bamboozled the interpreter when he used the phrase "naked short-selling" in a conversation with Nicolas Sarkozy.

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25. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate two major national highways and an inland waterways project at his parliamentary constituency, Varanasi today.

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26. Prime Minister Tony Abbott supports the right for women to have an abortion.

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27. Prime Minister Imran Khan contested for a seat in the National Assembly in October 2002 and served as an opposition member from Mianwali until 2007.

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28. Mahmoud Abbas served as the first Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority from March to September 2003.

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29. Manmohan Singh became the prime minister in 2004 as the second non-Gandhi to hold the position after PV Narasimha Rao after the then Congress chief Sonia Gandhi refused to become the premier citing "inner call".

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30. Prime Minister Winston Churchill was at the low-point in his career, in a period known as "the wilderness years".

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31. Prime Minister Tony Blair was reported to have accepted a business advisory role with President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt, a situation deemed incompatible with his role as Middle East envoy.

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32. Stephen Harper resigned as Prime Minister during a meeting with Governor General David Johnston, who accepted the resignation, after which Johnston invited Trudeau to form a government on November 4, 2015.

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33. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said she was crying and did not want to face waiting media, but noticed well-wishers across the street who were smiling.

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34. Harvey Milk had drifted through life up to this point, but he found his vocation, according to journalist Frances FitzGerald, who called him a "born politician".

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35. Prime Minister David Cameron was rewarded with a promotion to Special Adviser to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Norman Lamont.

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36. Lloyd George governed Britain with a small "War Cabinet" of five permanent members, only one of whom was a politician of standing.

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37. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher supported an active climate protection policy; she was instrumental in the passing of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, the founding of the Hadley Centre for Climate Research and Prediction, the establishment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and the ratification of the Montreal Protocol on preserving the ozone.

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38. Narendra Modi was sworn in as the Prime Minister of India on 26 May 2014 at the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

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39. Prime Minister David Cameron could have lectured me on it, and I would have sat there and taken notes.

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40. In 2007 Prime Minister David Cameron promised, "We can make British poverty history, and we will make British poverty history".

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41. Prime Minister Tony Blair argued it was in Britain's interest to "protect and strengthen the bond" with the United States regardless of who is in the White House.

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42. Lloyd George governed Britain with a small "War Cabinet" of five permanent members, only one of whom was a politician of standing.

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43. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher initially declared her intention to "fight on and fight to win" the second ballot, but consultation with her Cabinet persuaded her to withdraw.

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44. On November 4, 2008, Barack President Obama is elected president of the United States, the first African American to ever hold the office.

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45. Dominic Raab believes the Prime Minister is returning to Brussels with a "strengthened hand" as she seeks to save her Brexit deal.

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46. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was the longest-serving British prime minister of the 20th century and the first woman to hold that office.

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47. On January 20, 2009, Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th president of the United States.

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48. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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49. On 15 May 1998, Nawaz Sharif called and chaired a National Security Council meeting in Prime minister Secretariat.

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50. Prime Minister Winston Churchill spent most of his retirement at Chartwell and at his home in Hyde Park Gate, in London, and became a habitue of high society on the French Riviera.

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51. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has publicly recognized the need for improved relations with the People's Republic of China and, along with Foreign Minister Taro Aso, sought an eventual summit meeting with former Chinese paramount leader Hu Jintao.

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52. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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53. Manmohan Singh was an astute and prominent Indian economist and politician and the 13th Prime Minister of India.

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54. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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55. Prime Minister Tony Blair rarely applies such labels to himself, but he promised before the 1997 election that New Labour would govern "from the radical centre", and according to one lifelong Labour Party member, has always described himself as a social democrat.

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56. Nawaz Sharif suffered financial losses when his family's steel business was appropriated under the nationalisation policies of former Prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.

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57. Boris Johnson attended the launch of the World Islamic Economic Forum in London in July 2013, where he answered questions alongside Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak.

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58. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher became a member of the Lords in 1992 with a life peerage as Baroness Thatcher, of Kesteven in the County of Lincolnshire.

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59. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was one of the first Western leaders to respond warmly to reformist Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev.

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60. John Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States on January 20, 2017.

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61. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has expressed the need to strengthen political, security, and economic ties within the Southeast Asian region.

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62. Prime Minister David Cameron had backed a successful campaign to retain the status quo in a referendum on changing the voting system held at the request of his coalition partners.

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63. Prime Minister Winston Churchill held the office of Minister of Defence from October 1951 until 1 March 1952, when he handed the portfolio to Field Marshal Alexander.

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64. At the age of 49, Prime Minister Gordon Brown married Sarah Macaulay in a private ceremony at his home in North Queensferry, Fife, on 3 August 2000.

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65. Najib Razak is the eldest of Malaysian second Prime Minister Abdul Razak's six sons, and the nephew of third prime minister Hussein Onn.

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66. On 20 September 2018, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was re-elected as leader of the main ruling Liberal Democratic Party.

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67. Alex Salmond was one of the few politicians in the UK to oppose the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999.

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68. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe resigned on 12 September 2007 for health reasons after his party lost the House of Councillors election that year.

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69. Prime Minister Gordon Brown stated in a speech when announcing his bid that he wants a "better constitution" that is "clear about the rights and responsibilities of being a citizen in Britain today".

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70. On 14 March 2007, Prime Minister Tony Blair appeared as a celebrity judge on Masterchef Goes Large after contestants had to prepare a three-course meal in the Downing Street kitchens for Blair and Bertie Ahern.

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71. Narendra Modi invited all the other leaders of SAARC countries to his swearing in ceremony as prime minister.

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72. Lloyd George governed Britain with a small "War Cabinet" of five permanent members, only one of whom was a politician of standing.

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73. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took some steps toward balancing the Japanese budget, such as appointing a tax policy expert, Koji Omi, as Minister of Finance.

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74. Prime Minister Tony Abbott graduated with a Bachelor of Economics in 1979 and a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) in 1981 from the University of Sydney.

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75. In June 1936, Prime Minister Winston Churchill organised a deputation of senior Conservatives to see Baldwin, Inskip and Halifax.

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76. At the beginning of September 1993, Prime Minister David Cameron applied to go on Conservative Central Office's list of Prospective Parliamentary Candidates.

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77. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's became Lady Thatcher in her own right upon her ennoblement in the House of Lords.

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78. Prime Minister David Cameron is an occasional jogger and in 2009 raised funds for charities by taking part in the Oxford 5K and the Great Brook Run.

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79. In 1984, Rand Paul took a semester off to aid his father's primary challenge to Republican Senator Phil Gramm.

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80. Prime Minister David Cameron said immigration from outside the EU should be subject to annual limits.

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81. Prime Minister Theresa May's became the first of the 1997 MPs to enter the Shadow Cabinet when in 1999 she was appointed Shadow Education and Employment Secretary.

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82. Ben Sasse is a first-term Republican senator from Nebraska who was elected to succeed Republican Mike Johanns on November 4, 2014.

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83. Prime Minister David Cameron sought to rebrand the Conservatives, embracing an increasingly socially liberal position.

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84. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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85. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is a member of the revisionist Nippon Kaigi and holds revisionist views on Japanese history, including denying the role of government coercion in the recruitment of comfort women during World War II, a position which has created tension with neighboring South Korea.

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86. Prime Minister Winston Churchill worked hard; he put his proposals efficiently through the Cabinet and Parliament; he carried his Department with him.

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87. In early December 2015, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he would not make a decision on his political future until April 2016.

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88. Prime Minister Winston Churchill performed poorly in most of his exams.

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89. Prime Minister Gordon Brown played a prominent role in the lead-up to, and the aftermath of, the 2014 Scottish independence referendum, campaigning for Scotland to stay in the United Kingdom.

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90. Prime Minister Theresa May's served as Home Secretary from 2010 to 2016.

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91. Prime Minister Tony Abbott was a student boxer, earning two Blues for boxing while at Oxford.

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92. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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93. In June 1950, Prime Minister Winston Churchill was strongly critical of the Attlee Government's failure to send British representatives to Paris to discuss the Schuman Plan for setting up the European Coal and Steel Community.

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94. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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95. Laura Kelly was born on January 24, 1950 and is an American politician who is the 48th and current governor of Kansas.

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96. Prime Minister Imran Khan has published six works of non-fiction, including an autobiography co-written with Patrick Murphy.

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97. At the 1996 Conservative Party Conference, Prime Minister David Cameron called for tax cuts in the forthcoming Budget to be targeted at the low-paid and to "small businesses where people took money out of their own pockets to put into companies to keep them going".

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98. Prime Minister David Cameron said of his first term when returned as Prime Minister for a second term that he was "proud to lead the first coalition government in 70 years" and offered particular thanks to Clegg for his role in it.

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99. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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100. Prime Minister Gordon Brown may remain in office at least until 2010, when he is required to call a general election.

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101. David Wright David Miliband is a British politician who was the Foreign Secretary from June 2007 to May 2010 and a member of Tony Blair's cabinet.

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102. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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103. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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104. Prime Minister Winston Churchill completed the painting from the tower of the Villa Taylor in Marrakesh.

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105. Orrin Hatch voted with 52 other Republican senators to approve the bill.

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106. Prime Minister Gordon Brown wanted Parliament to gain the right to ratify treaties and have more oversight into the intelligence services.

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107. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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108. Prime Minister Gordon Brown became known as a finance specialist within the Labour Party, and challenged Tory policies as the shadow to the chancellor of the exchequer in Thatcher's government.

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109. Prime Minister David Cameron is a keen cricket fan and has appeared on Test Match Special.

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110. Jeff Sessions was one of 29 senators who voted for an amendment to the 2008 budget resolution, offered by Republican Senator Jim DeMint of South Carolina, that would have placed a one-year moratorium on the practice of earmarking.

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111. Woodrow Wilson was the two-term 28th president of the United States, serving from 1913 to 1921.

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112. Hazel Blair decided not to issue a list of Resignation Honours, making him the first Prime Minister of the modern era not to do so.

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113. Lincoln was the first President of the United States to take control of the armed forces in this way.

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114. On 26 September 2012, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was re-elected as president of the opposition Liberal Democratic Party defeating former Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba in a runoff vote by 108 votes to 89.

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115. San Francisco city politician Harvey Milk helped open the door for gays and lesbians in the United States by championing civil rights for homosexuals.

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116. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher believed that the trade unions were harmful to both ordinary trade unionists and the public.

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117. Laura Kelly is an American politician who is the 48th and current governor of Kansas.

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118. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe gained national popularity when he demanded that Japanese abductees visiting Japan remain, in defiance of North Korea.

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119. Kellyanne Conway said Democratic Senator Cory Booker would be called "sexist" if he was a Republican running against the Democratic women candidates.

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120. John Adams was the second president of the United States.

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121. On February 10, 2007, President Obama formally announced his candidacy for president of the United States.

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122. In 2014, Prime Minister Theresa May delivered a speech to the Police Federation, in which she criticised aspects of the culture of the police force.

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123. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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124. Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits a museum after the inauguration of the Statue of Unity at Kevadiya in Narmada on Wednesday.

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125. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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126. Prime Minister Tony Blair has appeared as himself at the end of the first episode of The Amazing Mrs Pritchard, a British television series about an unknown housewife becoming Prime Minister.

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127. In 1991, David Cameron was seconded to Downing Street to work on briefing John Major for the then twice-weekly sessions of Prime Minister's Questions.

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128. Prime Minister Imran Khan remains a prominent philanthropist and commentator, and served as the chancellor of Bradford University between 2005 and 2014 and was the recipient of an honorary fellowship by the Royal College of Physicians in 2012.

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129. In November 2009, Prime Minister Tony Abbott outlined his objections to the Rudd Government's carbon pricing plan on the ABC's Lateline program.

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130. Prime Minister Imran Khan played 139 ODIs, winning 77, losing 57 and ending one in a tie.

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131. On January 20, 2009, President Obama was sworn in as the 44th president of the United States.

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132. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was not initially seen as the obvious replacement, but she eventually became the main challenger, promising a fresh start.

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133. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's held that few children would suffer if schools were charged for milk, but agreed to provide younger children with ⅓ pint daily for nutritional purposes.

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134. Prime Minister Winston Churchill thought rhetorically, and was constantly in danger of his policy being made by his phrases rather than vice versa.

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135. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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136. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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137. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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138. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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139. On 16 February 2009, Prime Minister Tony Blair was awarded the Dan David Prize by Tel Aviv University for "exceptional leadership and steadfast determination in helping to engineer agreements and forge lasting solutions to areas in conflict".

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140. Prime Minister Narendra Modi keeps on lifting India in the global ranks.

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141. Prime Minister David Cameron was mobbed by demonstrators, mostly women, seeking his assistance in tracing missing relatives.

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142. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was the subject or the inspiration for 1980s protest songs.

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143. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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144. Najib Razak dismissed Mahathir's return to politics as a desperate gamble by the opposition, but support began to coalesce around Mahathir, especially after Mahathir announced in January 2018 that he would be the opposition's candidate for prime minister in the general election.

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145. In December 2010, Prime Minister David Cameron attended a meeting with FIFA vice-president Chung Mong-joon in which a vote-trading deal for the right to host the 2018 World Cup in England was discussed.

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146. George Herbert Walker George HW Bush capped a full and distinguished political career with his election in 1988 as President of the United States.

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147. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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148. On 23 April 2006, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was elected as the president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party.

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149. Lloyd George took his job as the Prime Minister of Britain.

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150. In January 2019, Ben Sasse was one of eleven Republican senators to vote to advance legislation intended to block President Trump's intent to lift sanctions against three Russian companies.

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151. In 1982, Prime Minister Tony Blair was selected as the Labour Party candidate for the safe Conservative seat of Beaconsfield, where there was a forthcoming by-election.

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152. Prime Minister Tony Abbott served as Leader of the Opposition from 2009 to 2013.

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153. Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed different public meetings in various cities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and other parts of country where he announced that PTI will introduce a uniform education system in which the children of rich and poor will have equal opportunities.

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154. Neiphiu Rio is an Indian politician who is the current Chief Minister of Nagaland.

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155. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned that early elections will be a disaster for Israel.

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156. Wendell Willkie was a delegate to the 1924 Democratic National Convention, and supported New York Governor Al Smith through the record 103 ballots, when the nomination fell to former West Virginia congressman John W Davis.

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157. Prime Minister Winston Churchill proposed a plan to seize the island of Borkum and use it as a post from which to attack Germany's northern coastline, believing that this strategy should shorten the war.

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158. Hillary Diane's received the most votes and primary delegates in the 2016 Democratic primaries, and formally accepted her party's nomination for President of the United States on July 28, 2016, with vice presidential running mate Senator from Virginia Tim Kaine.

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159. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was re-elected in the 2014 general election, retaining his two-thirds majority with coalition partner Komeito, and again in the 2017 general election.

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160. Prime Minister Tony Blair had informed Pope Benedict XVI on 23 June 2007 that he wanted to become a Catholic.

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161. Prime Minister Winston Churchill privately considered "the gradual creation by an evolutionary process of a Democratic or Progressive wing to the Conservative Party", or alternately a "Central Party" to unite the Conservatives and Liberals.

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162. Robert Peel resigned as home secretary after the Prime Minister Lord Liverpool became incapacitated and was replaced by George Canning.

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163. Subramanian Swamy is an Indian economist, statistician and politician who serves as a Member of Parliament in Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Indian Parliament.

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164. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's is popularly known as the "domestic opposition party" due to her outspoken views, which often contradict her husband's.

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165. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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166. Prime Minister Imran Khan started playing cricket at the age of 13.

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167. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher broke the mold—she was the first woman prime minister in Europe and the longest-serving head of government in Britain in the 20th century.

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168. Prime Minister Imran Khan was offered political position few times during his cricketing career.

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169. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has attempted to centralize security policy in the Prime Minister's office by creating the Japanese National Security Council to better coordinate national security policy, and by ordering the first National Security Strategy in Japan's history.

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170. Tony Blair became the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on 2 May 1997, serving concurrently as First Lord of the Treasury, Minister for the Civil Service and Leader of the Labour Party.

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171. Prime Minister David Cameron was Member of Parliament for Witney from 2001 to 2016.

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172. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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173. Liam Fox was born on 22 September 1961 and is a British politician of the Conservative Party, who has served as Secretary of State for International Trade and President of the Board of Trade since 2016.

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174. Hillary Diane's received the most votes and primary delegates in the 2016 Democratic primaries, and formally accepted her party's nomination for President of the United States on July 28, 2016 with vice presidential running mate Senator Tim Kaine.

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175. Prime Minister Tony Abbott proposed blocking the government's ETS in the Senate whereas Turnbull sought to amend the bill which the majority of the Liberal Party did not support.

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176. Prime Minister Tony Blair was awarded the prize in May 2009.

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177. On 22 May 2008, Prime Minister Tony Blair received an honorary law doctorate from Queen's University Belfast, alongside former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern, for distinction in public service and roles in the Northern Ireland peace process.

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178. On 24 December 2014 Shinzo Abe was re-elected to the position of Prime Minister by the House of Representatives.

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179. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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180. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe created a new ministerial position for the co-ordination of policies related to the economy, population decline, and social security reform, which was filled by Katsunobu Kato.

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181. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declared the tax deal to be "the best possible result" of the negotiations.

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182. In July 2010, Prime Minister Theresa May proposed to review the previous Labour Government's anti-social behaviour legislation signalling the abolition of the "Anti-Social Behaviour Order".

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183. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was in the US on a state visit when Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein invaded neighbouring Kuwait in August 1990.

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184. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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185. Tony Blair Associates became the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on 2 May 1997, serving concurrently as First Lord of the Treasury, Minister for the Civil Service and Leader of the Labour Party.

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186. Prime Minister Gordon Brown was Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury from 1987 to 1989 and then Shadow Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, before becoming Shadow Chancellor in 1992.

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187. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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188. Prime Minister Winston Churchill agreed that he would write a column describing the events for The Morning Post.

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189. In March 2013, it was announced that Senator Joe Lieberman would be joining the conservative American Enterprise Institute think tank as co-chairman of their American Internationalism Project, alongside former Republican Senator Jon Kyl.

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190. Abraham Lincoln is elected the 16th president of the United States over a deeply divided Democratic Party, becoming the first Republican to win the presidency.

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191. Prime Minister Winston Churchill was born at the family's ancestral home, Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, on 30 November 1874, at which time the United Kingdom was the dominant world power.

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192. In 1980, at 29, Chuck Schumer was elected as a congressman from the 9th Congressional District.

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193. On 28 May 2015, Benjamin Netanyahu announced that he would be running for an unprecedented fifth term as Prime Minister in the next general election and that he supports Likud's current process of picking MK candidates.

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194. Robert Peel was selected as prime minister but was in Italy at the time, so Wellington acted as a caretaker for three weeks until Peel's return.

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195. Prime Minister Winston Churchill was eager to witness military action and used his mother's influence to try to get himself posted to a war zone.

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196. In July 2013, Prime Minister Theresa May decided to ban the stimulant khat, against the advice of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs.

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197. Prime Minister Gordon Brown is concerned about child poverty and poverty in general.

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198. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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199. In June 2003, Prime Minister David Cameron was appointed a shadow minister in the Privy Council Office as a deputy to Eric Forth, then Shadow Leader of the House.

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200. Prime Minister Gordon Brown had a strong interest in international economics; he served as the United Kingdom's governor of the International Monetary Fund and as chair of the organization's primary decision-making committee and was instrumental in brokering a European agreement in 2005 that would double foreign aid to developing countries.

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201. Ted Stevens became the Senate's President Pro Tempore when Republicans regained control of the chamber as a result of the 2002 mid-term elections, during which the previous most senior Republican senator and former President Pro Tempore Strom Thurmond retired.

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202. Salmond SNP became the first nationalist politician to hold the office of First Minister.

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203. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's remains the longest-serving Prime Minister officially referred to as such, as the post was only officially given recognition in the order of precedence in 1905.

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204. Arvind Kejriwal was born on 16 August 1968 and is an Indian politician and a former bureaucrat who is the current and 7th Chief Minister of Delhi since February 2015.

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205. In September 2015 Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was re-elected as president of the LDP in an uncontested election after LDP Diet member Seiko Noda failed to garner enough support to stand as a candidate.

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206. In July 2011, Prime Minister Tony Abbott criticised the proposed powers of the government's carbon tax regulator.

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207. Prime Minister Imran Khan holds as a captain the world record for taking most wickets, best bowling strike rate and best bowling average in Test, and best bowling figures in a Test innings, and most five-wicket hauls (6) in a Test innings in wins.

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208. Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced a new Coalition policy on carbon emission reduction in February, which committed the Coalition to a 5 per cent reduction in emissions by 2020.

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209. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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210. Shinzo Abe initially refrained from visiting the shrine as a sitting Prime Minister.

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211. Prime Minister Tony Abbott supported Peter Dutton calls to treat white South African farmers, who are sometimes targets of attacks, as refugees.

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212. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe dismissed the chairman of the LDP's tax panel Takeshi Noda, and appointed Yoichi Miyazawa, who was more favourable to the policy, as his replacement.

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213. Prime Minister Tony Abbott introduced the Medicare Safety Net to cap the annual out-of-pocket costs of Medicare cardholders to a maximum amount.

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214. In 2006 Prime Minister Tony Blair was criticised for his failure to immediately call for a ceasefire in the 2006 Lebanon War.

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215. Mark Drakeford was born on 19 September 1954 and is a Welsh politician serving as First Minister of Wales and Leader of Welsh Labour since 2018.

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216. Anupam Kher was last seen in "The Accidental Prime Minister", a biopic based on the life of former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

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217. Dominic Raab believes the Prime Minister is returning to Brussels with a "strengthened hand" as she seeks to save her Brexit deal.

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218. Prime Minister Winston Churchill expressed similar sentiments at a meeting of the Primrose League at the Albert Hall on 18 May 1947.

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219. Prime Minister Winston Churchill was a staunch advocate of foreign intervention, declaring that Bolshevism must be "strangled in its cradle".

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220. Prime Minister Tony Blair showed a deep feeling for Israel, born in part from his faith.

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221. Prime Minister Tony Abbott worked in journalism, briefly ran a concrete plant, and began to get involved in national poliics.

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222. Kamal Haasan was condemned by the BJP Politician H Raja for his statements on god believers.

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223. Prime Minister Tony Abbott was re-elected with a small swing against him, matching the statewide swing against the Government.

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224. Hillary Clinton's received the most votes and primary delegates in the 2016 Democratic primaries, and formally accepted her party's nomination for President of the United States on July 28, 2016 with vice presidential running mate Senator Tim Kaine.

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225. Prime Minister Imran Khan announced that he would pull Pakistan out of the US-led war on terror and bring peace to the Pashtun tribal belt.

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226. Lloyd George governed Britain with a small "War Cabinet" of five permanent members, only one of whom was a politician of standing.

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227. Prime Minister Tony Abbott was promoted to cabinet in 2001 as Minister for Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business.

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228. Prime Minister David Cameron is listed as being a supporter of Unite Against Fascism.

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229. Shinzo Abe has attempted to centralize security policy in the Prime Minister's office by creating the Japanese National Security Council to better coordinate national security policy, and by ordering the first National Security Strategy in Japan's history.

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230. Joe Manchin was one of four Democratic senators to vote against the Stream Protection Rule.

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231. Prime Minister Winston Churchill affected to believe that the proposed EDC would not work, scoffing at the supposed difficulties of language.

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232. Dominic Raab believes the Prime Minister is returning to Brussels with a "strengthened hand" as she seeks to save her Brexit deal.

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233. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's was highly criticized for the speed in which she carried this out.

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234. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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235. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has attributed the recovery that allowed him to re-enter politics to the drug Asacol.

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236. Dominic Raab says he cannot "in good conscience" support the prime minister's deal agreed by her cabinet on Wednesday.

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237. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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238. Tony Blair was succeeded as Leader of the Labour Party and as Prime Minister by Gordon Brown in June 2007.

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239. In December 2015, Prime Minister Gordon Brown took his first large-scale role in the private sector since standing down as prime minister in 2010, becoming an advisor to PIMCO.

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240. Prime Minister David Cameron criticised Gordon Brown for being "an analogue politician in a digital age" and referred to him as "the roadblock to reform".

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241. Imran Khan has adopted a lifestyle of austerity as the new Prime Minister of Pakistan.

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242. Anupam Kher was last seen in "The Accidental Prime Minister", a biopic based on the life of former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

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243. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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244. President James Madison convinced his fellow Congressman to allow each state vote upon the Constitution as formulated by the Philadelphia Convention, and remain neutral in the ratification debate.

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245. In March 2013, it was announced that Joe Lieberman would be joining the conservative American Enterprise Institute think tank as co-chairman of their American Internationalism Project, alongside former Republican Senator Jon Kyl.

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246. In 2007, Chris Shays raised his voice to a Capitol Hill policeman, and touched the officer's badge to read the number for not letting the congressman's visitors through a doorway.

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247. Prime Minister Winston Churchill firmly believed himself to be a man of destiny.

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248. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's toured the United States in 1975, and visited again in 1977, when she met US President Jimmy Carter.

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249. Laura Kelly is an American politician who is the 48th and current governor of Kansas, serving since 2019.

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250. On 8 February 2005, Mahmoud Abbas met with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon at the Sharm el-Sheikh Summit to end the Second Intifada, and they both reaffirmed their commitment to the Roadmap for peace process.

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251. Van Buren established a political machine known as the Albany Regency and in the 1820s emerged as the most influential politician in his home state.

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252. Sadiq Khan is regularly named among the Top 100 London politicians in the London Evening Standards annual poll of the 1,000 most influential Londoners and is an Ambassador for Mosaic Network, an initiative set up by Prince Charles.

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253. Prime Minister Tony Blair made an animated cameo appearance as himself in The Simpsons episode, "The Regina Monologues".

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254. The first Sikh in office, Manmohan Singh was the first prime minister since Jawaharlal Nehru to be re-elected after completing a full five-year term.

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255. Prime Minister Imran Khan owns five pet dogs, who reside on his estate.

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256. Prime Minister Winston Churchill proposed to Clementine during a house party at Blenheim Palace on 11 August 1908, in a small summer house known as the Temple of Diana.

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257. Ted Kennedy was known for his effectiveness in dealing with Republican senators and administrations, sometimes to the irritation of other Democrats.

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258. On November 8, 2016, Mike Pence was elected Vice President of the United States as Trump's running mate.

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259. Prime Minister Imran Khan retired from international cricket at the end of the World Cup.

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260. Prime Minister Narendra Modi conveyed to the opposition parties during the all-party meeting in Parliament Library building that his government will present an interim budget, much to the relief of many among the opposition who feared that government will present a "full-fledged" budget Friday.

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261. John Trump was the paternal uncle of the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump.

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262. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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263. On 3 November 2007, Prime Minister Imran Khan was put under house arrest, after president Musharraf declared a state of emergency in Pakistan.

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264. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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265. Lloyd George is so far the only British Prime Minister to have been Welsh and to have spoken English as a second language.

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266. Kiran Bedi is a retired Indian Police Service officer, social activist, former tennis player and politician who is the current Lieutenant Governor of Puducherry.

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267. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declared in his January 2013 policy speech to the Diet that economic revival and escaping deflation was "the greatest and urgent issue" facing Japan.

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268. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's was voted the fourth-greatest British prime minister of the 20th century in a poll of 139 academics organised by MORI.

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269. In January 2019, Susan Collins was one of eleven Republican senators to vote to advance legislation intended to block President Trump's intent to lift sanctions against three Russian companies.

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270. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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271. Shinzo Abe previously served as Prime Minister from 2006 to 2007.

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272. In 2013 Prime Minister Shinzo Abe supported the creation of the Super Global Universities program.

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273. Prime Minister Winston Churchill opposed the Soviet domination of Poland and wrote bitterly about it in his books, but was unable to prevent it at the conferences.

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274. Prime Minister Gordon Brown called for a debate to be held in the House of Commons on the future of the union in the event that the referendum was defeated.

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275. The Clinton was inaugurated as the 42nd President of the United States on January 20, 1993.

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276. Prime Minister Tony Blair maintains, once the terms deciding how the UK leaves the EU are known the people should vote again on those terms.

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277. On February 10, 2007, Obama Biden announced his candidacy for President of the United States in front of the Old State Capitol building in Springfield, Illinois.

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278. Prime Minister Tony Abbott determined that a national plebiscite, rather than a Parliamentary vote should settle the issue.

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279. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was heavily criticized for allowing US warplanes to fly from British bases to attack targets in Libya.

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280. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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281. In 2014, Prime Minister David Cameron dismissed warnings that his cuts to the UK defence budget had left it less than a "first class-player in terms of defence" and no longer a "full partner" to the United States.

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282. On November 8, 2016, Mike Pence was elected vice president of the United States when Trump won the presidential race.

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283. Bhupesh Baghel is an Indian politician serving as the third and current Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh.

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284. Chuck Grassley voted with 42 other Republican senators against Lynch's confirmation.

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285. Chuck Grassley voted with 47 other Republican senators to approve the bill.

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286. On 26 September 2007 Shinzo Abe officially ended his term as Yasuo Fukuda became the new prime minister of Japan.

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287. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's attempted to preserve trade with South Africa while persuading the government there to abandon apartheid.

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288. Stephen Harper starts by introducing himself as a seven-time elected Canadian MP and three-time prime minister.

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289. In 2006 Prime Minister David Cameron described poverty as a "moral disgrace" and promised to tackle relative poverty.

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290. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher wrote in her 1993 memoir, The Downing Street Years, that Zhao's "moderation and reasonableness" were a great handicap to him in his career.

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291. Tony Blair Associates decided not to issue a list of Resignation Honours, making him the first Prime Minister of the modern era not to do so.

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292. Najib Razak was sworn in as prime minister on April 3, 2009, and became head of the ruling UMNO-dominated National Front coalition.

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293. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was first elected to the lower house in 1993, taking over his father's seat.

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294. Hamid Ansari was the chairman of a working group on "Confidence building measures across segments of society in the State", established by the Second round Table Conference of the Prime Minister on Jammu and Kashmir in 2006.

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295. In June 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron described the economic situation as he came to power as "even worse than we thought" and warned of "difficult decisions" to be made over spending cuts.

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296. Prime Minister Winston Churchill came fourth in the poll for Dundee, losing to prohibitionist Edwin Scrymgeour.

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297. Prime Minister Imran Khan bought acres of land in Bani Gala on top of a hill and built a mansion on it.

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298. In 1954, Reverend Prime Minister Gordon Brown took a post at the St Bryce parish in Kirkcaldy, a city in the Fife area that surrounds the Firth of Forth.

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299. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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300. Mark Drakeford used to work as special adviser for Morgan, one of the most charismatic Welsh politicians of recent years, who famously advocated "clear red water" between Welsh Labour and the UK party—then led by Tony Blair.

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301. Prime Minister Theresa May was appointed the first female Chairman of the Conservative Party in July 2002.

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302. Lyndon B Johnson's friends soon included aides to President Roosevelt as well as fellow Texans such as Vice President John Nance Garner and Congressman Sam Rayburn.

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303. In 1982, as a result of redistricting, Chuck Schumer faced a potential matchup with veteran Brooklyn congressman Steve Solarz, although the matchup did not actually materialize.

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304. Prime Minister Tony Blair introduced substantial market-based reforms in the education and health sectors; introduced student tuition fees and sought to reduce certain categories of welfare payments.

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