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The Minister and Leader of the House of Commons was a Cabinet post in the Parliament of Northern Ireland which governed Northern Ireland from 1921 to 1972. The position was established in 1966. It was vacant for two short periods, in 1968 and 1969, and from March 1971 was combined with the post of Minister of State in the Ministry of Development.

# Name Took Office Prime Minister Party
1. James Chichester-Clark 7 October 1966 O'Neill UUP
2. Brian McConnell 27 September 1967 O'Neill UUP
Vacant 14 August 1968 O'Neill UUP
3. James Chichester-Clark 2 September 1968 O'Neill UUP
Vacant 23 April 1969 O'Neill UUP
4. John Dobson 3 May 1969 Chichester-Clark UUP
5. Nat Minford 23 March 1971 Faulkner UUP

There were at least two prior Leaders of the House of Commons, who held the position alongside other ministerial posts: