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List of female leaders of British political parties

This is a list of female party leaders of British political parties.

Parliamentary parties

Alliance Party of Northern Ireland

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Prime Minister
Naomi Long
(b. 1971)
Naomi Long cropped and brightned from UK Interfaith Leaders (8738792158).jpg Belfast East[a] (Northern Ireland Assembly) 26 October 2016 Incumbent May
Johnson
  1. ^ Multi-member constituency

Conservative Party

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher
(1925–2013)
Margaret Thatcher cropped2.png Finchley 11 February 1975 28 November 1990 Wilson
Callaghan
Herself
Theresa May
(b. 1956)
Theresa May in Tallin crop.jpg Maidenhead 11 July 2016 7 June 2019 Herself

Democratic Unionist Party

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Prime Minister[a]
Arlene Foster
(b. 1970)
MLA Arlene Foster.jpg Fermanagh and South Tyrone[b] (NI Assembly) 17 December 2015 Incumbent Cameron
May
Johnson
  1. ^ Foster served as First Minister of Northern Ireland from January 2016 to January 2017, and from January 2020 to the present
  2. ^ Multi-member constituency

Green Party of England and Wales

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Title Took office Left office Prime Minister
Jean Lambert
(b. 1950)
Lambert, Jean-2316.jpg Female Principal Speaker 1992 1993 Major
Jan Clark Noimage.png Female Principal Speaker 1993 1995
Peg Alexander Noimage.png Female Principal Speaker 1995 1997
Jean Lambert
(b. 1950)
Lambert, Jean-2316.jpg Female Principal Speaker 1998 1999 Blair
Margaret Wright
(1940-2012)
Noimage.png Female Principal Speaker 1999 2003
Caroline Lucas
(b. 1960)
Official portrait of Caroline Lucas MP crop 2.jpg Female Principal Speaker 2003 24 November 2006
Siân Berry
(b. 1974)
Siân Berry, 2018 (cropped).jpg Female Principal Speaker 24 November 2006 30 November 2007
Brown
Caroline Lucas
(b. 1960)
Official portrait of Caroline Lucas MP crop 2.jpg Female Principal Speaker 30 November 2007 5 September 2008
Leader of the Green Party 5 September 2008 3 September 2012
Cameron
Natalie Bennett
(b. 1966)
Official portrait of Baroness Bennett of Manor Castle crop 2.jpg Leader of the Green Party 3 September 2012 2 September 2016
May
Caroline Lucas
(b. 1960)
Official portrait of Caroline Lucas MP crop 2.jpg Co-leader of the Green Party 2 September 2016 4 September 2018
Siân Berry
(b. 1974)
Siân Berry, 2018 (cropped).jpg Co-leader of the Green Party 4 September 2018 Incumbent
Johnson

Labour Party

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Prime Minister
Margaret Beckett
(acting)
(b. 1943)
Official portrait of Rt Hon Margaret Beckett MP crop 2.jpg Derby South 12 May 1994 21 July 1994 Major
Harriet Harman
(acting)
(b. 1950)
Official portrait of Rt Hon Harriet Harman QC MP crop 2.jpg Camberwell and Peckham 11 May 2010 25 September 2010 Cameron
8 May 2015 12 September 2015

Liberal Democrats

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Prime Minister
The Baroness Brinton
(acting)
(b. 1955)
Official portrait of Baroness Brinton crop 2.jpg N/A 8 May 2015 16 July 2015 Cameron
Jo Swinson
(b. 1980)
Jo Swinson (cropped).jpg East Dunbartonshire 22 July 2019 13 December 2019 May
Johnson
The Baroness Brinton
(acting)
(b. 1955)
Official portrait of Baroness Brinton crop 2.jpg N/A 13 December 2019 31 December 2019

Plaid Cymru

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Prime Minister
Leanne Wood
(b. 1971)
Leanne Wood AM (27555056394).jpg Rhondda (Welsh Parliament) 16 March 2012 28 September 2018 Cameron
May

Scottish National Party

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Prime Minister[a]
Nicola Sturgeon
(b. 1970)
Nicola Sturgeon election infobox 3.jpg Glasgow Southside (Scottish Parliament) 14 November 2014 Incumbent Cameron
May
Johnson
  1. ^ Nicola Sturgeon has been First Minister of Scotland since 20 November 2014

Sinn Féin

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Prime Minister
Margaret Buckley
(1879-1962)
Margaret Buckley, circa 1920s.png N/A 1937 1950 Chamberlain
Churchill
Attlee
Mary Lou McDonald
(b. 1969)
Mary Lou McDonald (official portrait) 2020 (cropped).jpg Dublin Central[a] (Assembly of Ireland) 10 February 2018 Incumbent May
Johnson
  1. ^ Multi-member constituency

Social Democratic and Labour Party

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Prime Minister
Margaret Ritchie
(b. 1958)
Official portrait of Baroness Ritchie of Downpatrick crop 2.jpg South Down[a] 7 February 2010 5 November 2011 Brown
Cameron
  1. ^ Also MLA of South Down until 31 March 2012

Parties with representation in devolved parliaments

Green Party in Northern Ireland

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Current representation
Lindsay Whitcroft None 2004 2005
2 / 90
(Northern Ireland Assembly)
Kelly Andrews None 2005 2009
Karly Greene None 2009 2011
Clare Bailey
(b. 1970)
Clare Bailey MLA.jpg Belfast South[a] (Northern Ireland Assembly) 21 November 2018 Incumbent
  1. ^ Multi-member constituency

Liberal Vannin Party

Leader Constituency Took office Left office Current representation
Kate Costain Douglas South[a] (House of Keys) 24 February 2014[1] Incumbent
1 / 24
(House of Keys)
  1. ^ Until 14 July 2020

Scottish Green Party

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency / Ward Took office Left office Current representation
Marian Coyne None 1999 1999
5 / 131
(Scottish Parliament)
Eleanor Scott
(b. 1951)
Noimage.png Highlands and Islands[a] (Scottish Parliament) 2002 2004
Shiona Baird
(b. 1946)
Noimage.png North East Scotland[a] (Scottish Parliament) 2004 2007
Alison Johnstone
(b. 1965)
Alison Johnstone MSP.jpg Lothian[a] (Scottish Parliament) 2007 2008
Eleanor Scott
(b. 1951)
Noimage.png N/A 2008 2011
Martha Wardrop
(b. 1951)
Noimage.png Hillhead (council ward) 2011 November 2013
Maggie Chapman
(b. 1979)
Maggie Chapman, Co-convenor of the Scottish Green Party.png Leith Walk[b] (council ward) November 2013 1 August 2019
Lorna Slater
(b. 1974/5)
Patrick & Lorna (cropped).png N/A 1 August 2019 Incumbent
  1. ^ a b c Multi-member constituency
  2. ^ Until June 2015

UKIP

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Current representation
Diane James
(b. 1959)
Diane James (15386468356) (cropped-2).jpg South East England (European Parliament) 16 September 2016 4 October 2016
1 / 60
(Welsh Parliament)
Pat Mountain
(acting)
N/A 30 October 2019 25 April 2020

Regional branches of parliamentary parties

London Conservatives

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Current representation
Angie Bray
(b. 1953)
Noimage.png West Central (London Assembly) 2006 2007
8 / 25
(London Assembly)
Susan Hall Susan Hall AM.png Additional member (London Assembly) 17 December 2019 Incumbent

Scottish Conservatives

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Current representation
Annabel Goldie
(b. 1950)
Official portrait of Baroness Goldie crop 2.jpg West Scotland[a] (Scottish Parliament) 31 October 2005 4 November 2011
30 / 129
(Scottish Parliament)
Ruth Davidson
(b. 1978)
Ruth Davidson 2017 Crop.jpg Glasgow[a] (Scottish Parliament, 2011 – 2016)
Edinburgh Central (Scottish Parliament, since 2016)
4 November 2011 29 August 2019
  1. ^ a b Multi-member constituency

Scottish Labour

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Current representation
Cathy Jamieson
(acting)
(b. 1956)
Cathy Jamieson.jpg Carrick, Cumnock and Doon Valley (Scottish Parliament) 8 November 2001 22 November 2001
23 / 129
(Scottish Parliament)
15 August 2007 14 September 2007
Wendy Alexander
(b. 1963)
Wendy Alexander.jpg Paisley North (Scottish Parliament) 14 September 2007 28 June 2008
Cathy Jamieson
(acting)
(b. 1956)
Cathy Jamieson.jpg Carrick, Cumnock and Doon Valley (Scottish Parliament) 28 June 2008 3 September 2008
Johann Lamont
(b. 1957)
JohannLamontMSP20110511.JPG Glasgow Pollok (Scottish Parliament) 17 December 2011 24 October 2014
Kezia Dugdale
(b. 1981)
Kezia Dugdale MSP - May 2016.JPG Lothian[a] (Scottish Parliament) 15 August 2015 29 August 2017
Jackie Baillie
(acting)
(b. 1964)
Jackie Baillie (cropped).jpg Dumbarton (Scottish Parliament) 15 November 2017 18 November 2017
14 January 2021 27 February 2021
  1. ^ Multi-member constituency

Welsh Liberal Democrats

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Current representation
Kirsty Williams
(b. 1971)
Kirsty Williams AM (28092338171).jpg Brecon and Radnorshire (Welsh Parliament) 8 December 2008 6 May 2016
1 / 60
(Welsh Parliament)
16 June 2017 (acting) 3 November 2017
Jane Dodds
(b. 1963)
Jane Dodds at Brighton 2018 (cropped).jpg Brecon and Radnorshire (House of Commons, August 2019 – December 2019) 3 November 2017 Incumbent

Regional branches of parties without parliamentary representation

Reform UK Scotland

Leader Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Current representation
Michelle Ballantyne MichelleBallantyneMSP.jpg South Scotland[a] (Scottish Parliament) 11 January 2021[2] Incumbent
1 / 129
(Scottish Parliament)
  1. ^ Multi-member constituency

Parties with representation in local government

Animal Welfare Party

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Ward Took office Left office Current representation
Vanessa Hudson
(b. 1972)
Vanessa Hudson lg -5498 Image Courtesy Jamie Smith.jpg N/A October 2010[3] Incumbent 1 councillor

Brexit Party / Reform UK

Leader
(Birth–death)
Ward Took office Left office Current representation[a]
Catherine Blaiklock
(b. 1963)
N/A 20 January 2019[4] 20 March 2019[5] 3 councillors
  1. ^ Reform UK Scotland has 1 MSP

For Britain Movement

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Ward Took office Left office Current representation
Anne Marie Waters
(b. 1977)
Anne Maria Waters.jpg N/A October 2017[6] Incumbent 2 councillors

Guildford Greenbelt Group

Leader Ward Took office Left office Current representation
Susan Parker Send (Guildford borough council)[7] 2013 Incumbent 4 councillors

Harold Hill Independent Party

Leader Ward Took office Left office Current representation
Lorraine Moss N/A 16 August 2017 Incumbent 2 councillors

Lincolnshire Independents

Leader
(Birth–death)
Ward Took office Left office Current representation
Marianne Overton
(b. 1959)
Cliff Villages (North Kesteven district council)[8] 2008[9] Incumbent 1 councillor

Mebyon Kernow

Leader
(Birth–death)
Took office Left office Current representation
Helena Sanders
(1911-1997)
January 1951[10] 1957[11] 4 councillors
Loveday Carlyon 1986 1989
Loveday Jenkin 1990 1997

Orkney Manifesto Group

Leader Ward Took office Left office Current representation
Rachael King West Mainland (Orkney Islands Council) March 2013[12] Incumbent 2 councillors

Progressive Unionist Party

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Ward Took office Left office Current representation
Dawn Purvis
(b. 1967)
Dawn Purvis office.jpg Belfast East[a] (NI Assembly) 23 January 2007[13] 2 June 2010[14] 3 councillors
  1. ^ Multi-member constituency, from 7 March 2007

The Rubbish Party

Leader Ward Took office Left office Current representation
Sally Cogley Irvine Valley (East Ayrshire council) March 2017[15] Incumbent 1 councillor

Women's Equality Party

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Ward Took office Left office Current representation
Sophie Walker
(b. 1971)
Sophie Walker et al.jpg N/A 22 July 2015[16] 22 January 2019 1 councillor
Mandu Reid
(b. 1981)
Noimage.png N/A April 2019[17][a] Incumbent
  1. ^ Acting until January 2020[18]

Parties with no elected UK representation

Advance Together

Leader Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Annabel Mullin September 2018[19] Incumbent 2019 general election

Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist–Leninist)

Leader Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Ella Rule 24 October 2018[20] Incumbent None

Freedom Alliance

Leader Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Carol Dobson
(acting)
27 January 2021[21] Incumbent None

Independence for Scotland Party

Leader Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Colette Walker 7 May 2020[22] Incumbent None

Left Unity

Leader Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Sharon McCourt 25 March 2017[23] Incumbent None

Renew Party

Leader Portrait Seat Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Annabel Mullin Noimage.png N/A 20 September 2018[24] 7 June 2019 2019 European Parliament election
Julie Girling UK Conservative MEPs with EU Commissioner-Designate Lord Hill (14708913766) (Julie Girling cropped).jpg South West England[a] {European Parliament) 7 June 2019[25] 7 July 2020[26] 2019 general election
  1. ^ Multi-member constituency, until 1 July 2019

Scottish Socialist Party

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Frances Curran
(b. 1961)
Frances Curran.jpg c.2007[27] 2012 2009 European Parliament election
2010 general election
2011 Scottish Parliament election
Sandra Webster Sandra Webster.jpg 2012[28] 2016 2015 general election
2016 Scottish Parliament election
Katie Bonnar Noimage.png 2016[29] 2018 None
Róisín McLaren
(b. 1994)
Roisin McLaren.jpg 2018[30] Incumbent None

Socialist Party (England and Wales)

Leader
(Birth–death)
Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Hannah Sell
(b. 1971)
11 March 2020[31] Incumbent None

Workers' Party of Ireland

Leader
(Birth–death)
Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Marian Donnelly
(b. 1938)
March 1992[32] 1994[33] 1993 Northern Ireland local elections

Defunct parties

Change UK / The Independent Group for Change

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Heidi Allen
(Acting)
(b. 1975)
Official portrait of Heidi Allen crop 2.jpg South Cambridgeshire 29 March 2019 4 June 2019 2019 European Parliament election
Anna Soubry
(b. 1956)
Official portrait of Anna Soubry crop 2.jpg Broxtowe 4 June 2019 19 December 2019 2019 general election

Communist Party of Great Britain

Leader
(Birth–death)
Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Nina Temple
(b. 1956)
13 January 1990[34] 23 November 1991[35] None

Highlands and Islands Alliance

Leader Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Lorraine Mann Autumn 1998[36] 24 August 2004[37] 1999 Scottish Parliament election

Jersey Democratic Alliance

Leader Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Christine Papworth April 2005[38] October 2011[39] 2005 Jersey general election
2008 Jersey general election

Nationalist Alliance

Leader Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Catherine Parker-Brown 2005[40] 2008 None

No Candidate Deserves My Vote!

Leader Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Amanda Ringwood November 2000[41] 2012 2001 local elections
2002 local elections
2010 general election

Northern Ireland Women's Coalition

Leader
(Birth–death)
Constituency Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Monica McWilliams
(b. 1954)
Belfast South[a] (Northern Ireland Assembly)[b] April 1996[42] 11 May 2006[42] 1996 NI Forum election
1997 general election
1998 NI Assembly election
2001 NI local elections
2001 general election
2003 NI Assembly election
2005 NI local elections
Pearl Sagar
(b. 1958)
Belfast East[a] (Northern Ireland Forum)[c]
  1. ^ a b Multi-member constituency
  2. ^ Until 26 November 2003
  3. ^ Until 25 June 1998

Respect Party

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Linda Smith Noimage.png 2004 2005 N/A
Salma Yaqoob
(b. 1971)
Salma Yaqoob.jpg 2005 September 2012[43] 2005 general election
2006 local elections
2010 general election
2010 local elections

Unionist Party of Northern Ireland

Leader
(Birth–death)
Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Anne Dickson
(b. 1928)
1976[44] Autumn 1981 1977 United Kingdom local elections
1979 United Kingdom general election
1981 Northern Ireland local elections

Veritas

Leader Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Therese Muchewicz 15 June 2008[a][45] 19 September 2015[46] None
  1. ^ Acting until October 2008

We Demand a Referendum Now

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Constituency Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Nikki Sinclaire
(b. 1968)
Nicole Sinclaire.JPG West Midlands[a] (European Parliament) June 2012[47] 30 June 2014 2014 European Parliament election
  1. ^ Multi-member constituency

Women's Party

Leader
(Birth–death)
Portrait Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Christabel Pankhurst
(1880-1958)
Christabel Pankhurst, c.1910. (22734753300).jpg November 1917[48] June 1919[49] 1918 general election
Emmeline Pankhurst
(1858-1928)
Emmeline Pankhurst, seated (1913).jpg

Active groups which were deregistered by the Electoral Commission

Britain First

Leader Took office Left office Elections contested as leader
Jayda Fransen
(acting)
December 2016 June 2017 2016 London mayoral election

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