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Borrie, Baron, (Gordon Johnson Borrie) (13 March 1931–30 Sept. 2016)  

Kt 1982; QC 1986

Born 13 March 1931; s of Stanley Borrie, Solicitor; m 1960, Dorene (d 2010), d of Herbert Toland, Toronto, Canada; no ...

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Bradshaw, Baron, (William Peter Bradshaw) (born 9 Sept. 1936)  

Senior Visiting Research Fellow, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Wolfson College, Oxford, 1985–2000; Honorary Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford, since 2004 (Supernumerary Fellow, 1988–2003)

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Burns, Baron, (Terence Burns) (born 13 March 1944)  

GCB 1995; Kt 1983

Chairman, Ofcom, 2018–20

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Buxton, Prof. Neil Keith, (2 May 1940–11 Nov. 2015), Vice-Chancellor, University of Hertfordshire, 1992–2003  

Born 2 May 1940; s of William F. A. Buxton and Janet A. Buxton; m 1962, Margaret G. Buxton (née Miller); two s one d; died 11 Nov. 2015...

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Cox, Baroness, (Caroline Anne Cox) (born 6 July 1937)  

a Deputy Speaker, House of Lords, 1986–2006; Founder President, Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust, since 2021 (Chief Executive Officer, 2004–16 and 2017–21; President, 2016–17)

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Currie of Marylebone, Baron, (David Anthony Currie) (born 9 Dec. 1946)  

Chairman, Advertising Standards Authority, since 2017

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Donoughue, Baron, (Bernard Donoughue) (born 8 Sept. 1934)  

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Eatwell, Baron, (John Leonard Eatwell) (born 2 Feb. 1945)  

President, Queens’ College, Cambridge, 1997–2020; Professor of Financial Policy, Judge Business School (formerly Judge Institute of Management Studies), University of Cambridge, 2002–12, now Emeritus

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Elis-Thomas, Baron, (Dafydd Elis Elis-Thomas) (born 18 Oct. 1946)  

PC 2004

Member for Dwyfor Meirionnydd, Welsh Parliament (formerly National Assembly for Wales), 2007–21 (Plaid Cymru, 2007–16, Ind, 2016–21) (Member (Plaid Cymru) Meirionnydd Nant Conwy, 1999–2007); Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, 2018–21

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Evans of Watford, Baron, (David Charles Evans) (born 30 Nov. 1942)  

Chairman: Senate Publishing Ltd (formerly Senate Consulting Ltd), since 2002; Kennedy Scott Ltd, 2014–19; Stormount Energy, since 2015

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Flather, Baroness, (Shreela Flather), JP; DL; Councillor, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, 1976–91 (first ethnic minority woman Councillor in UK), Mayor, 1986–87 (first Asian woman to hold this office)  

JP; DL; Councillor, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, 1976–91 (first ethnic minority woman Councillor in UK), Mayor, 1986–87 (first Asian woman to hold this office)

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Griffiths of Fforestfach, Baron, (Brian Griffiths) (born 27 Dec. 1941)  

Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs (Europe), 1991–2022

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Hogg, Baroness, (Sarah Elizabeth Mary Hogg, (Viscountess Hailsham)) (born 14 May 1946)  

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Jarratt, Sir Alexander Anthony, (Sir Alex), (19 Jan. 1924–19 Dec. 2019), DL; Chancellor, University of Birmingham, 1983–2002; Chairman, Centre for Dispute Resolution, 1990–2000, Life President, since 2000  

Kt 1979; CB 1968

DL; Chancellor, University of Birmingham, 1983–2002; Chairman, Centre for Dispute Resolution, 1990–2000, Life President, since 2000

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Mawhinney, Baron, (Brian Stanley Mawhinney) (26 July 1940–9 Nov. 2019)  

Kt 1997; PC 1994

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O’Cathain, Baroness, (Detta O’Cathain) (3 Feb. 1938–23 April 2021)  

OBE 1983

Managing Director, Barbican Centre, 1990–95

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O’Neill of Clackmannan, Baron, (Martin John O’Neill) (6 Jan. 1945–26 Aug. 2020)  

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Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay, Baron, (Matthew Alan Oakeshott) (born 10 Jan. 1947)  

Chairman, OLIM Property Ltd, since 2012; Director, Value and Indexed Property Income Trust (formerly Value and Income Trust) plc, since 1986

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Perry of Southwark, Baroness, (Pauline Perry) (born 15 Oct. 1931)  

President, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge University, 1994–2001; a Conservative Party Whip, House of Lords, 2011–16

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Porter, Richard Bruce, (20 Jan. 1942–22 July 2022), Chairman, Fred Hollows Foundation (UK), 2009–18  

Chairman, Fred Hollows Foundation (UK), 2009–18