During the 18th century the term “Prime Minster” came to refer to the monarch’s most senior minister. Who was

Question:During the 18th century the term “Prime Minster” came to refer to the monarch’s most senior minister. Who was the first official British “Prime Minister?

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SIR ROBERT WALPOLE WORKS FOR THE RADIO TRIVIA!!!
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If I remember from my AP Euro History class... something Walpole.
yes it is Robert Walpole.

My grandfather and grandmother lived in Walpole, NH. I wonder if that's where the town got its name?oh no another google job...

Yes, Walpole NH was named after the guy
http://www.keenenh.com/walpole/...
Sir Robert Walpole is generally regarded as the first Prime Minister in the modern sense; although adoption of the phrase "Prime Minister" in any formal or official sense did not come until many years later (indeed, at Walpole's time it would have been seen as an insult).

Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman is often considered the first to officially bear the label; Prime Minister.
th earl of wellington
Robert Walpole.
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman
The Duke of Earl

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