Leaders of the opposition who didn't become PM (UK) since 1945

Name all the leaders of the opposition who did not go on to become Prime Minister.
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Labour, died in office
Hugh Gaitskell
Labour, temporary leader following no. 1
George Brown
Labour, 'longest suicide note in history' leader
Michael Foot
Labour, fell on a beach
Neil Kinnock
Labour, died in office
John Smith
Labour, temporary leader following no. 5
Margaret Beckett
Labour, temporary leader twice
Harriet Harman
Labour, struggles with bacon sandwiches
Ed Miliband
Labour, MP for Islington North
Jeremy Corbyn
Conservative, baseball cap
William Hague
Conservative, better remembered for benefit reforms
Iain Duncan Smith
Conservative, "something of the night about him"
Michael Howard
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