Since Ramsey MacDonald’s tenure, Labors have spent more than 30 years in charge.
On January 22, 1924, the United Kingdom received the first Labor government in its history. Specifically, it was the first time the government was formed by the Labor Party, led by Ramsey MacDonald, who became prime minister. Macdonald was one of the founders of the Labor Party and was originally Scottish.
From that year onwards, the Labor Party spent more than 30 years in power. She has given six prime ministers so far: Macdonald, Attlee, Wilson, Callaghan, Blaire and Brown. It has been in opposition since 2010, as the strongest opposition party.