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Lord Chancellor

Brit Government the cabinet minister who is head of the judiciary in England and Wales and Speaker of the House of Lords
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This was not just another hunting nobleman, but the Lord Chancellor of England, Chancellor of Oxford University, Bishop of Hereford and trainee saint.
The invitation is extended by the Lord Chancellor of England and Wales for series of events starting in the current week.
He will stand in the iconic places of our history: in Lambeth Palace, the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury; in Westminster Hall, in the place where the Lord Chancellor of England, Thomas More, was condemned to death for his faith; in Westminster Abbey where he will pray at the tomb of Saint Edward the Confessor, King of England.
He's played Prince Charles, one of Jane Austen's suitors (Becoming Jane) and the Lord Chancellor of England (Elizabeth: The Golden Age).
Bessie Surtees House on Newcastle Quayside, where a plaque tells the tale of her elopement in 1772, via a ladder from an upstairs window, with coal merchant's son John Scott who later became Lord Chancellor of England.
1535) was chancellor of England, and the thoroughly devout Catholic was regarded an able advisor to King Henry VIII.
The 1961 drama about the martyrdom of the chancellor of England under Henry VIII is not without windy preachiness.
Thomas More, a statesman, author and former chancellor of England who was canonized in 1935.

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