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Access | Joins exercise | Party leaders - join queries
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Open the database in the folder shown above.
Create a query that shows the names of the party leaders who never became prime minister and save it with the name LeadersNotPM.
You should return 36 party leaders
Create another query that shows the number of leaders of each party who never made the top job.
Being a labour leader is not a good career move. Ask Gordon Brown.
Save this query with the name NumberOfLeadersNotPM.