Premier of Anguilla

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Premier of Anguilla
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Incumbent
Ellis Webster

since 30 June 2020
StyleThe Honourable
AppointerGovernor of Anguilla
Term lengthAt the Governor's pleasure
Formation10 February 1976
First holderRonald Webster

The Premier of Anguilla is the head of government in the British Overseas Territory of Anguilla. The Premier is appointed by the Governor of Anguilla on behalf of the Monarch of the United Kingdom.

Up until 2019 the office was known as Chief Minister of Anguilla, afterwards it was renamed as Premier.[1]

List of chief ministers of Anguilla (1976–2019)[change | change source]

Incumbent
(Birth–Death)
Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
Ronald Webster
(1926–2016)
10 February 1976 1 February 1977 People's Progressive Party (to 1977); Anguilla United Party
Emile Gumbs
(1928–2018)
1 February 1977 28 May 1980 Anguilla National Alliance
Ronald Webster
(1926–2016)
28 May 1980 12 March 1984 Anguilla United Party (to 1981); Anguilla National Alliance
Emile Gumbs
(1928–2018)
12 March 1984 16 March 1994 Anguilla National Alliance
Hubert Hughes
(1933–2021)
16 March 1994 6 March 2000 Anguilla United Party
Osbourne Fleming
(1940–)
6 March 2000 16 February 2010 Anguilla United Front
Hubert Hughes
(1933–2021)
16 February 2010 23 April 2015 Anguilla United Movement
Victor Banks
(1947–)
23 April 2015 13 May 2019 Anguilla United Front

List of premiers of Anguilla (2019–present)[change | change source]

Incumbent
(Birth–Death)
Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
Victor Banks
(1947–)
14 May 2019 30 June 2020 Anguilla United Front
Ellis Webster
(?–)
30 June 2020 Present Anguilla Progressive Movement

References[change | change source]

  1. "ANGUILLA CONSTITUTION (AMENDMENT) ORDER 2019 TAKES EFFECT". The Anguillian. 20 May 2019. Retrieved 3 June 2019.