resign as party leader

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  • Verge was defeated in her own district and subsequently resigned as party leader.
  • He resigned as party leader and retired from politics.
  • He resigned as party leader to take the position of Speaker.
  • Ignatieff had also failed in his bid to win re-election and resigned as party leader days later.
  • The party was subsequently defeated in the legislature, and Miller resigned as party leader.
  • Schmidt failed to win a seat and resigned as party leader.
  • Following the election, he publicly called on Miller to resign as party leader.
  • He initially refused to resign as party leader but agreed to allow a leadership convention in which he would be a candidate.
  • He lost this by-election, and thereafter resigned as party leader, being replaced by Hudak.
  • Lewis lost his seat, leading him to resign as party leader in 1975.
  • He subsequently announced his intention to resign as party leader after serving in the position for 15 years.
  • Boisclair resigned as party leader following a poor performance in the 2007 general election.
  • Nelson resigned as party leader in September 2006, having accepted an out-of-province position.
  • Charest was also personally defeated in his constituency and resigned as party leader.
  • The party lost the 1993 general election and Simms resigned as party leader two years later.
  • Pawley immediately resigned as party leader, though he continued to lead a caretaker administration as Premier.
  • David Trimble himself lost his seat in Upper Bann and resigned as party leader soon after.
  • Jolliffe lost his own seat and resigned as party leader in 1953.
  • After narrow defeat in the general election of 1964, Douglas-Home resigned as party leader.
  • Albert Henry resigned as party leader, and was replaced by his cousin Geoffrey Henry.
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