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Lords Note
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Louis Epstein
2019-03-30 03:28:46 UTC
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The election this week of the 4th Baron Ravensdale to the House of Lords
makes him the first member of that House younger than the Duke of
Cambridge...he is seven years younger than the previous youngest
hereditary-peer member and more than three years younger than the
previous youngest overall member.
He had failed on two previous attempts since succeeding his grandfather
in the title (initially created for his great-great-grandfather the
Marquess Curzon).

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The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.
Louis Epstein
2019-03-30 20:14:36 UTC
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Post by Louis Epstein
The election this week of the 4th Baron Ravensdale to the House of Lords
makes him the first member of that House younger than the Duke of
Cambridge...he is seven years younger than the previous youngest
hereditary-peer member and more than three years younger than the
previous youngest overall member.
He had failed on two previous attempts since succeeding his grandfather
in the title (initially created for his great-great-grandfather the
Marquess Curzon).
He is also the first hereditary peer in the Lords who,had he already
held the title at the time of the House of Lords Act 1999,would have
been too young to sit in the House.
Post by Louis Epstein
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The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.
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