under George III from 1760 to 1820
some famous whigs and/or double-faceted étiquettes:
William Pitt the Youngest often referred to as a Tory but preferred to be named and called ‘independant whig’
Lord Grenville was a whig.
Spencer Perceval who was be assassinated was also a whig
from 1820 to 1901, amongst the most notable prime ministers were:
Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington , ‘the Iron Duke’ was a leading military figure.
Viscount Melbourne was a noted whig.
Sir Robert Peel who oversaw the formation of the conservative party out of the Tory
created the concept of the police…hence the nickname ‘bobbies’