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Friday, November 5, 1999 Published at 14:25 GMT

UK Politics

The 75 elected hereditary peers

The results of the election to choose 75 hereditary peers who will remain in a reformed House of Lords on Friday have been announced.

The 42 Conservative peers are:

Earl of Arran
Viscount Astor
Lord Astor of Hever
Earl Attlee
Lord Brabazon of Tara
Viscount Bridgeman
Lord Burnham
Earl of Caithness
Earl of Courtown
Lord Crathorne
Lord Denham
Earl of Dundee.
Earl Ferrers
Lord Glenarthur
Lord Glentoran
Viscount Goschen
Lord Henley
Earl of Home
Earl Howe
Lord Inglewood
Earl of Lindsay
Earl of Liverpool
Lord Lucas (of Crudwell and Dingwall)
Lord Luke
Lord Mancroft
Lord Montagu of Beaulieu
Duke of Montrose
Lord Mowbray and Stourton
Lord Moynihan
Lord Northbrook
Earl of Northesk
Earl of Onslow
Earl Peel
Lord Rotherwick
Earl of Selborne
Lord Selsdon
Earl of Shrewsbury
Lord Strathclyde
Lord Swinfen
Lord Trefgarne
Lord Vivian
Lord Willoughby de Broke.

The 28 crossbenchers are:

Viscount Allenby of Megiddo
Earl Baldwin of Bewdley
Viscount Bledisloe
Lord Bridges
Viscount Brookebrough
Earl of Carnarvon
Viscount Colville of Culross
Viscount Craigavon
Baroness Darcy de Knayth
Earl of Erroll
Lord Freyberg
Lord Greenway
Lord Hylton
Earl of Listowel
Lord Monson
Lord Moran
Lord Northbourne
Lord Palmer
Earl of Rosslyn
Lord St John of Bletso
Lady Saltoun of Abernethy
Earl of Sandwich
Viscount Slim
Baroness Strange
Viscount Tenby
Lord Walpole
Viscount Waverley
Baroness Wharton.

The three Liberal Democrat peers are:

Lord Addington
Lord Avebury
Earl Russell.

The two Labour peers are:

Lord Milner of Leeds
Lord Rea.

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