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Abbott, Rt Hon. Diane (Julie), (born 27 Sept. 1953), PC 2016; MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington, since 1987 (Lab, 1987–2023, Ind, since 2023)  

PC 2016; MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington, since 1987 (Lab, 1987–2023, Ind, since 2023)

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Adams of Craigielea, Baroness, ((Katherine Patricia) Irene Adams) (born 27 Dec. 1947)  

JP

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Adebowale-Schwarte, Maria, Executive Director, Foundation for Future London, since 2019; Founding Director, Living Space Project, since 2013  

Executive Director, Foundation for Future London, since 2019; Founding Director, Living Space Project, since 2013

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Airlie, Countess of, (Virginia Fortune Ogilvy) (born 9 Feb. 1933)  

DCVO 1995 (CVO 1983)

Lady of the Bedchamber to the Queen, 1973–2022

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Alexander, Lesley-Anne, (born 20 Sept. 1959), Chief Executive, Royal National Institute of Blind People (formerly Royal National Institute of the Blind), 2004–16  

CBE 2012

Chief Executive, Royal National Institute of Blind People (formerly Royal National Institute of the Blind), 2004–16

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Alexander, Morag, (born 10 Oct. 1943), Member and Scotland Commissioner, Equality and Human Rights Commission, 2007–10; Convener, Scottish Social Services Council, 2001–07  

OBE 2001

Member and Scotland Commissioner, Equality and Human Rights Commission, 2007–10; Convener, Scottish Social Services Council, 2001–07

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Allen, Kay, (born 31 Jan. 1964), consultant on diversity and inclusion; coach; Director, Diverse Advice Ltd consultancy, since 2003  

OBE 2011

consultant on diversity and inclusion; coach; Director, Diverse Advice Ltd consultancy, since 2003

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Amos, Baroness, (Valerie Ann Amos) (born 13 March 1954)  

LG 2022; CH 2016

PC 2003; Master, University College, Oxford, since 2020

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Anderson, Ailsa Jane, (born 20 April 1969), Director of Communications to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Lambeth Palace, 2013–21; media consultant  

LVO 2009

Director of Communications to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Lambeth Palace, 2013–21; media consultant

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Anderson, Sarah Lilian, (born 19 June 1956), Chief Executive, The Listening Place, since 2016  

CBE 2000

Chief Executive, The Listening Place, since 2016

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Andrews, Baroness, (Elizabeth Kay Andrews) (born 16 May 1943)  

OBE 1998; DPhil; FSA

Consultant on Culture and Poverty, Welsh Government, since 2013; Chair, English Heritage, 2009–13

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Andrews, Elizabeth Mary Nesbit, (born 13 June 1942), Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Gwynedd, 2014–17  

PhD; MBE 2006

Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Gwynedd, 2014–17

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Anelay of St Johns, Baroness, (Joyce Anne Anelay) (born 17 July 1947)  

DBE 1995 (OBE 1990); PC 2009

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Annetts, Deborah Claire, (born 7 Oct. 1960), Chief Executive, Independent (formerly Incorporated) Society of Musicians, since 2008  

Chief Executive, Independent (formerly Incorporated) Society of Musicians, since 2008

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Arlington, Baroness (11th in line), (Jennifer Jane Forwood) (born 7 May 1939)  

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Armstrong of Hill Top, Baroness, (Hilary Jane Armstrong) (born 30 Nov. 1945)  

PC 1999; DL

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Armstrong, Dr Fiona, (Lady Macgregor of Macgregor), (born 28 Nov. 1956), broadcaster and writer; Lord-Lieutenant of Dumfries, since 2016  

broadcaster and writer; Lord-Lieutenant of Dumfries, since 2016

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Arnott, Deborah, (born 23 June 1955), Chief Executive (formerly Director), Action on Smoking and Health, since 2003  

Chief Executive (formerly Director), Action on Smoking and Health, since 2003

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Ashcroft, Jane Rachel, (born 17 June 1966), Chief Executive, Anchor (formerly Anchor Trust, then Anchor Hanover), since 2010  

CBE 2014

Chief Executive, Anchor (formerly Anchor Trust, then Anchor Hanover), since 2010

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Ashton of Upholland, Baroness, (Catherine Margaret Ashton) (born 20 March 1956)  

LG 2023; GCMG 2015

PC 2006; High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, 2009–14, and a Vice-President, European Commission, 2010–14 (Member, 2008–14); Chancellor, Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George, since 2021 (King of Arms, 2019–21)