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Charles Lyell, 3rd Baron Lyell (born 27 March 1939) is a British politician and Conservative member of the House of Lords. Lord Lyell is the son of Charles Lyell, 2nd Baron Lyell and Sophie Mary Trafford. With the passage of the House of Lords Act 1999, Lord Lyell along with almost all other hereditary peers lost his automatic right to sit in the House of Lords. He was however elected as one of the 92 elected hereditary peers to remain in the House of Lords pending completion of House of Lords reform. He is a supporter of Everton Football Club and a shareholder. He said

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  • Charles Lyell, 3rd Baron Lyell (born 27 March 1939) is a British politician and Conservative member of the House of Lords. Lord Lyell is the son of Charles Lyell, 2nd Baron Lyell and Sophie Mary Trafford. With the passage of the House of Lords Act 1999, Lord Lyell along with almost all other hereditary peers lost his automatic right to sit in the House of Lords. He was however elected as one of the 92 elected hereditary peers to remain in the House of Lords pending completion of House of Lords reform. He is a supporter of Everton Football Club and a shareholder. He said
  • Charles Lyell, 3. Baron Lyell (* 27. März 1939) ist ein britischer Politiker und Mitglied des House of Lords für die Conservative Party. Lord Lyell ist der Sohn von Charles Anthony Lyell, 2. Baron Lyell und Sophie Mary Trafford. Er erbte 1943 im Alter von 4 Jahren den Titel, als sein Vater während des Zweiten Weltkriegs fiel, ihm wurde posthum das Victoria Cross verliehen. Nach der Bildung der konservativen Regierung Im Jahr 1979 wurde Lord Lyell Whip, eine Position, die er bis 1984 behielt. Er ging dann als Parlamentarischer Unterstaatssekretär ins Nordirlandministerium, wo er bis 1989 diente.
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  • Charles Lyell, 3. Baron Lyell (* 27. März 1939) ist ein britischer Politiker und Mitglied des House of Lords für die Conservative Party. Lord Lyell ist der Sohn von Charles Anthony Lyell, 2. Baron Lyell und Sophie Mary Trafford. Er erbte 1943 im Alter von 4 Jahren den Titel, als sein Vater während des Zweiten Weltkriegs fiel, ihm wurde posthum das Victoria Cross verliehen. Nach der Bildung der konservativen Regierung Im Jahr 1979 wurde Lord Lyell Whip, eine Position, die er bis 1984 behielt. Er ging dann als Parlamentarischer Unterstaatssekretär ins Nordirlandministerium, wo er bis 1989 diente. Mit der Verabschiedung des House of Lords Act 1999 verlor er zusammen mit allen anderen Erbpeers (Hereditary Peers) den automatischen Sitz im House of Lords. Er wurde jedoch gewählt als einer der 92 gewählten Erbpeers, die nach der Reform im House verblieben. Er ist Fan und Aktionär des FC Everton.
  • Charles Lyell, 3rd Baron Lyell (born 27 March 1939) is a British politician and Conservative member of the House of Lords. Lord Lyell is the son of Charles Lyell, 2nd Baron Lyell and Sophie Mary Trafford. He succeeded to the peerage in 1943 at the age of 4 when his father was killed in action during the Second World War and was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross. He was educated at Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford. On the formation of a Conservative government after the 1979 general election, Lord Lyell was made a House of Lords whip, serving until 1984. He was then moved to the Northern Ireland Office as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State where he remained until he left the government in 1989. With the passage of the House of Lords Act 1999, Lord Lyell along with almost all other hereditary peers lost his automatic right to sit in the House of Lords. He was however elected as one of the 92 elected hereditary peers to remain in the House of Lords pending completion of House of Lords reform. He is a supporter of Everton Football Club and a shareholder. He said "I have been a great supporter, all round the world, of Everton Football Club. I am 200 miles from there now and 300 miles away when I am in Scotland. But thanks to the BBC World Service, when I have been in, for example, Seattle or elsewhere around the world, great happiness, or perhaps sometimes sadness, has been caused by Everton's results. I declare an interest also in that I am a shareholder."
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