Timothy Clement-Jones, Baron Clement-Jones

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The Right Honourable
The Lord Clement-Jones of Clapham
Tim Clement-Jones at Bournemouth.jpg
Personal details
Born (1949-10-26) 26 October 1949 (age 64)
Nationality British
Political party Liberal Democrats

Timothy Francis Clement-Jones, Baron Clement-Jones CBE, (born 26 October 1949) is a Liberal Democrat Peer and their spokesman for Culture, Media and Sport in the House of Lords.

Political career[edit]

He was Liberal Democrat spokesman on health.

  • Chairman of the Liberal Party 1986-1988.
  • CBE 1988.
  • Chairman Liberal Democrat Finance Committee 1991-1998.

On 17 July 1998, he was created a life peer as Baron Clement-Jones, of Clapham in the London Borough of Lambeth.

Business and charitable career[edit]

  • Admitted as a solicitor 1974.
  • Corporate lawyer. Head of legal services LWT 1980-1983.
  • Legal director Grand Metropolitan Retailing 1984-1989.
  • Group Co Secretary Woolworths Ltd, later Kingfisher plc 1986-1995.
  • Trustee and director Cancer BACUP 1986-.
  • Chairman Crime Concern 1991-1995.
  • President of Ambitious about Autism (and previously Chair of Trustees for seven years).[1]
  • Fellow, Royal Society of Arts.
  • Chairman Dibb Lipton Alsop 1999-.
  • Chairman Environmental Context Ltd 1997-.
  • A member of the UCL Council since 2012.[2]

Family and education[edit]

He is the son of Maurice Llewelyn Clement-Jones and (Margaret) Jean, née Hudson. Educated Haileybury and Imperial Service College and Trinity College, Cambridge (economics). Married first 1973 Vicky Veronica Yip[3] (died 1987), daughter of the late Hong Kong-based Indonesian-born Dutch millionaire Teddy Yip. Married second 1994 Jean Roberta Whiteside. One son.

Arms[edit]

Arms of Timothy Clement-Jones, Baron Clement-Jones
Adopted
2008
Coronet
Coronet of a Baron
Crest
Upon a Helm with a Wreath Argent and Sable a Lion sejant Sable grasping in the dexter forepaw a Fleur-de-Lys per pale Argent and Or
Escutcheon
Sable an Orle fracted and there conjoined to two Chevronels couped all per pale Or and Argent three Fleurs-de-Lys that in dexter chief Argent that in sinister chief Or and that in base per pale Argent and Or the Chevronels enclosing a Chevron couped per pale Argent and Or
Motto
FIDE ET DILIGENTIA
Symbolism
These Armorial Bearings were granted with an extension of limitation to be placed on a monument or otherwise displayed in memory of his grandfather and to be borne and used by the grantee and his descendants and the other descendants of his said grandfather. The grantee's family had long used a chevron between three fleurs-de-lys and the Crest of a demi lion rampant. Being unable to prove entitlement to these Arms and Crest, it was deemed desirable to have a new grant which demonstrates that the chevron formation combined with fleurs-de-lys is still possible. Similarly, the lion and fleurs-de-lys may be considered two charges heavily over used in the past. Nonetheless a relatively simple Crest, combining these two charges, can be obtained.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "President and Vice Presidents". Ambitious about Autism. Retrieved 1 March 2013. 
  2. ^ UCL Council Members
  3. ^ Dr Clement-Jones
  • Who's Who 1998

External Links[edit]


Party political offices
Preceded by
Paul Tyler
Chairman of the Liberal Party
1986–1988
Party merged into
Social Liberal Democrats
Preceded by
Reg Clark
Liberal Democrat Treasurer
2005–2010
Succeeded by
Richard Duncalf