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Baroness Eirene Lloyd Ibd White WHITE

Member of the House of Lords

Baroness Eirene Lloyd Ibd White WHITE, Member of the House of Lords.

Background

WHITE, Baroness Eirene Lloyd Ibd White was born in 1909 in ®i. Daughter of the late Doctor Thomas Jones, Companies of Honour.

Education

St. Paul’s Girls’ School. Somerville College, Oxford.

Career

Member, National Executive Committee fed of Laboratory Party, 1947-1953, 1958-1972. Member of Parliament (Laboratory), East Flint, 1950-1970. Chairman, Fabian Society, 1959.

Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Colonial Office, 1964-1966. Minister of State for Foreign iad Affairs, 1966-1967, for Wales 1967-1970. Chairman of Laboratory Party, 1968-1969.

Member House of Lords, since 1970. Chairman, ^ Land Authority for Wales, 1976-1980. Deputy Chairman Metrication Board, 1972-1976.

Member, Royal Commission on ^ Environment Pollution, 1974-1981. British Waterways Board, 1974-1980. University Grants Committee, 1977-1979.

|fc Principal Deputy Chairman of Committees, and Chairman, ECs Select Committee, House of Lords, 1979-1982. A deputy speaker, 1979-1989. Professional career: a journalist, 1945-1950, previously in Ministry of Labour.

Council, University of Wales. I|j Chairman, University of Wales. Inst, of Science and Technology, 1983-1988.

Vice-President U.W. College of Cardiff, since 1989.

Membership

Clubs: Royal Commonwealth Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Environmental affairs, 'a higher educ.

Connections

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father:
the late Doctor Thomas Jones, Companies of Honour

spouse:
the late John Cameron White