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Who Was the First Prime Minister of UK?

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Sir Robert Walpole was the first prime minister of Great Britain. Although the position of 'Prime Minister' was not recognized in law, Walpole is nevertheless acknowledged as having held the office de facto because of his influence within the cabinet.
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The office of the Prime Minister was not officially created, but evolved over time. Though there is technically no true first Prime Minister, the title is usually given to Sir Robert Walpole who became First Lord of the Tresury in 1721.
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