Dominic Hubbard, 6th Baron Addington

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The Right Honourable
The Lord Addington
Personal details
Born (1963-08-24) 24 August 1963 (age 51)
Nationality British
Political party Liberal Democrat
Spouse(s) Elizabeth Ann (née Morris)
Relations E.R. Wheatley-Hubbard OBE[1]
Alma mater University of Aberdeen
Occupation Politician
Religion Anglican
Website www.libdems.org.uk

Dominic Bryce Hubbard, 6th Baron Addington (born 24 August 1963) is a British Liberal Democrat politician.

Peerage[edit]

Lord Addington was returned as one of the ninety elected representative hereditary peers in Parliament in 1999. As a LibDem peer, since 2010 he sits on the Government benches in the House of Lords.[2]

He succeeded to the title of Baron Addington, of Addington, Co. Buckingham upon the decease, in 1982, of his father, James Hubbard, 5th Baron Addington, a former British South Africa Police officer.

Addington was educated at The Hewett School, Norwich before going up to the Aberdeen University, graduating as M.A. in 1988.

Lord Addington speaks on disability matters, as well as defence and sports affairs at Westminster.

In 1999, Addington married Elizabeth Anne, only daughter of Michael Morris, of Duxbury Park, Chorley, Lancashire. Lord and Lady Addington live in Norwich.[3]

The heir presumptive to the title is his younger brother, Hon Michael Hubbard (who by his wife Emmanuella née Ononye has a son, Oliver).

Arms[edit]

Arms of Dominic Hubbard, 6th Baron Addington
Crest
In front of a fasces fessewise proper an eagle's head as in the arms
Escutcheon
Vert a chevron engrailed plain cotised argent between three eagles' heads erased of the second each gorged with a collar fleurettée gules
Supporters
On either side an eagle argent wings addorsed gorged with a collar fleurettée gules and pendent therefrom an escutcheon ermine charged with a rose gules
Motto
Alta petens (Latin for: Seeking higher things)

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Peerage of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
James Hubbard
Baron Addington
1982–present
Incumbent