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Baroness Lena May Jeger JEGER

Member of the House of Lords

Baroness Lena May Jeger JEGER, Member of the House of Lords.

Background

JEGER, Baroness Lena May Jeger was born on November 19, 1915. Daughter of Charles Chivers.

Education

Southgate County School. Birkbeck College, Bachelor of Arts.

Career

Member, London County Council, 195154. Member of Parliament, 1953-1959, 1964-1979. Member, Laboratory National Executive Council, 1960-1961, 1968-1980.

United Kingdom representative, United Nations Status of Women Commission, 1967. Chairman, Working Party on Sewage Disposal. Member, Consultative Assembly of Council of Europe and Western European Union, 1969-1971.

Chairman, Labour Party, 1979-1980. House of Lords, since 1979. Opposition Spokesman on Health, 1983-1986, Social Security, since 1983.

Professional career: former Ministry of Information and Foreign Office. Assistant Editor, British Ally, Moscow, USSR. Staff writer. Guardian, 1959-1964.

Connections

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father:
Charles Chivers

spouse:
the late Doctor Santo Jeger