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  1. 20/04/2022 · Ladies’ man - PressReader Country Life Ladies’ man 2022-04-20 - WHEN he was still plain Arthur Wesley, the Duke of Wellington proposed to Catherine Pakenham, only to be rejected by her father, Edward, 2nd Baron Longford.

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    Prior to the 16th cen­tury, the Lords was the stronger of the two houses of Parliament. A process of grad­ual de­vel­op­ments com­bined with such mo­ments of cri­sis as the Eng­lish Civil Wars trans­ferred the po­lit­i­cal con­trol of Eng­land, first from the Crown to the House of Lords and then to the House of Com­mons. The ris­ing wealth of the C...

    The House of Lords Bill was ex­pected to face a tough fight in the House of Lords. Sev­eral Lords threat­ened to dis­rupt the Gov­ern­ment's other bills if they con­tin­ued with the plan to abol­ish the hered­i­taries' right to sit in the House of Lords. The Earl of On­slow, for in­stance, said, "I'm happy to force a di­vi­sion on each and every cl...

    The House of Lords Act 1999 pro­vides firstly that "No-one shall be a mem­ber of the House of Lords by virtue of a hered­i­tary peerage." (The Act treats the Prin­ci­pal­ity of Wales and the Earl­dom of Chester as hered­i­tary peer­ages, though those ti­tles, granted nor­mally to the heir-ap­par­ent, are not tech­ni­cally hered­i­tary.) The Act the...

    Labour proposals to remove remaining hereditary peers

    The Labour Gov­ern­ment ex­pected even­tu­ally to pre­sent a bill for a sec­ond stage of House of Lords re­form, thus re­mov­ing the re­main­ing 92 hered­i­tary peers; the his­tory of such at­tempts be­tween 1997 and 2009 is set out in a re­port in The Guardian. Pro­pos­als called The House of Lords: Reform were pub­lished by order of the House on 1 Jan­u­ary 2007, with a fore­word by Jack Straw. In 2009, Labour in­tro­duced the Con­sti­tu­tional Re­form and Gov­er­nance Bill, which would hav...

    2012 coalition bill electing all Lords and halving their number

    The coali­tion gov­ern­ment of David Cameron (Con­ser­v­a­tives) and Nick Clegg (Lib­eral De­moc­rats), in­au­gu­rated in 2010, had plans to re­form the House of Lords by mak­ing it mostly elected and slash­ing its size. Deputy Prime Min­is­ter and Lib­eral De­mo­c­rat leader Nick Clegg spear­headed the push to bring in the changes. The gov­ern­ment wanted four-fifths of mem­bers of a re­formed House of Lords to be elected. They would have served 15-year terms of of­fice, after which they cou...

    2014 and 2015 reform acts

    The House of Lords Re­form Act 2014 al­lowed peers to re­tire or re­sign, to be ex­cluded for se­ri­ous crim­i­nal of­fences, or to be re­moved for non-at­ten­dance dur­ing a whole ses­sion. The Lords Spir­i­tual (Women) Act 2015 al­lowed fe­male bish­ops to be ap­pointed Lord Spir­i­tual, which first hap­pened on 7 Sep­tem­ber 2015. The House of Lords (Ex­pul­sion and Sus­pen­sion) Act 2015au­tho­rised the House of Lords to expel or sus­pend a mem­ber for se­ri­ous mis­con­duct; ex­pelled me...

    Home Office document from the Constitutional UnitAnnex B lists the hereditary peers who lost their seats.

  2. 05/05/2022 · He was Dean of Waterford cathedral from 1759 and was married to Bridget Gore (1723-1762) from Tashinny [Tennalick, now a ruin, which passed from the Sankey family to the Gore family by the marriage of Bridget’s mother Bridget Sankey to George Gore, son of Sir Arthur Gore, 1st Baronet of Newtown Gore, County Mayo] in c. 1740. “

  3. 06/05/2022 · On 31 October, he transferred to the 18th Light Dragoons and it was during this period that he grew increasingly attracted to Kitty Pakenham, the daughter of Edward Pakenham, 2nd Baron Longford. She was described as being full of 'gaiety and charm'. [32]

  4. 29/04/2022 · The last non-royal dukedom was created in 1900, and the last marquessate was created in 1936. Creation of the remaining ranks, except baronies for life, mostly ceased once Harold Wilson's Labour government took office in 1964, and only thirteen (nine non-royal and four royal) people have been created hereditary peers since then. These were:

  5. 13/05/2022 · Following Belvidere’s death in 1814 and the breakup of his estates, however, the commanding interest had passed to Thomas Pakenham, 2nd earl of Longford, of Pakenham Hall, Castle Pollard. His brother Hercules had in 1808 replaced William Smyth, the nominee of the ailing Nugent interest headed by George Frederick Nugent, 7th earl of Westmeath.

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