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ADAMSON, Norman Joseph (1930 - 2006), QC (Scot.) 1979; Legal Secretary to the Lord Advocate and First Parliamentary Draftsman for Scotland, 1979–89, retired; Assistant Counsel to the Lord Chairman of Committees, House of Lords, 1989–95, retired

Addison, Christopher (1869 - 1951), Lord President of the Council, March-October 1951; Chm. Medical Research Council, 1948; Leader of House of Lords, 1945–51

124 Advice and petition to the House of Lords concerning Samuel Hall 19 May 1647

34 Advice to the House of Lords concerning an appointment of Anthony Burgess, 19 September 1644

Alderdice, John Thomas (born 1955), consultant psychiatrist in psychotherapy, Belfast Health and Social Services Trust (formerly Eastern Health and Social Services Board, then South and East Belfast Health and Social Services Trust), 1988–2010; Convenor, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Party, House of Lords, since 2010

Allenby, Michael Jaffray Hynman (born 1931), Lieutenant-Colonel, The Royal Hussars, retired 1986; a Deputy Speaker, House of Lords, since 1993

Allsopp, Charles (1877 - 1931), JP, DL; late Junior Whip, House of Lords

American House of Lords

“American House of Lords”

Andrew Swatland. The House of Lords in the Reign of Charles II. (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History.) New York: Cambridge University Press. 1996. Pp. xv, 288. $59.95

Anelay, Joyce Anne (born 1947), JP; Captain of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms (Government Chief Whip in the House of Lords), since 2010

Appointments to the House of Lords: Who Goes Upstairs

b, Edward Stanley (1920 - 1984), Opposition Whip and front-bench spokesman, House of Lords, since 1981

BEAMISH, David Richard (born 1952), Clerk of the Parliaments, House of Lords, since 2011

Being There is Not Enough—The House of Lords puts the Brakes on Nuisance in the Home

Bigham, Charles Clive (1872 - 1956), JP, DL London; JP Sussex, a Deputy Speaker, House of Lords, since 1933, Deputy Chairman of Committees; formerly Director, National Provident Institution

Bingham, George Charles Patrick (1898 - 1964), Col (ret); Chief Opposition Whip, House of Lords, since 1954

BOND, Maurice Francis (1916 - 1983), Clerk of the Records, 1946–81, and Principal Clerk, Information Services, 1974–81, House of Lords

Boston, Terence George (1930 - 2011), QC 1981; barrister; a Deputy Speaker, House of Lords, 1991–2008

BOUCHER, Maitland Walter Sabine (1888 - 1963), Nautical Assessor to Court of Appeal, House of Lords, 1947–53, and to Admiralty Court of Appeal, 1949–58; Managing Director of Trenean Estates Ltd

Bowyer, Bertram Stanley Mitford (born 1927), Captain of the Gentlemen at Arms (Government Chief Whip in the House of Lords), 1979–91; an Extra Lord-in-Waiting to the Queen, since 1998

Boyle, Richard Edmund St Lawrence (1829 - 1904), Lord-Lieutenant of Somersetshire from 1864; Queen’s ADC; a Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords

A Brief History of the House of Lords

A Brief Introduction to the Contemporary House of Lords

Broadbridge, Peter Hewett (1938 - 2000), Deputy Speaker, House of Lords, 1994–99; Manager, Guild of Master Craftsmen, since 1993

BURROWS, Henry Montagu (1899 - 1979), Royal Navy (retired); Clerk-Assistant of the Parliaments, House of Lords, 1961–63, retired (Reading-Clerk and Clerk of the Journals, 1959–61; Principal Clerk of Public Bills, 1950–59)

BUTLER, Thomas Dacres (1845 - 1937), Secretary to Lord Great Chamberlain and Deputy Black Rod, House of Lords, 1892–1929

Byers, Charles Frank (1915 - 1984), DL; Liberal Leader, House of Lords, since 1967; Chairman of the Liberal Party, 1950–52, 1965–67 (Vice-President, 1954–65); Liberal Chief Whip, 1946–50; MP (L) North Dorset, 1945–50

Campbell, Jane Susan (born 1959), Member: House of Lords Appointments Commission, since 2008

Case for the Intervener in Zainab Esther Fornah (Appellant) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) and UNHCR (Intervener) (House of Lords)

 

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The Upper House of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Its appellate jurisdiction was abolished by the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 (UK). The Act also modified the office of ...

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