Leader of the Opposition

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Leader of the Opposition (plural Leaders of the Opposition)

  1. (politics, Britain) In a house of legislature following the model of the Westminster system (such as the UK House of Commons), the parliamentary leader of the largest political party not forming the government.


  • Leader of Her Majesty's Most Loyal Opposition in the United Kingdom
  • Leader of the Opposition in the House of Commons