Dominic Hubbard, 6th Baron Addington

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The Right Honourable
The Lord Addington
Official portrait of Lord Addington.jpg
Member of the House of Lords
Assumed office
11 November 1999
as an excepted hereditary peer
In office
26 June 1982 – 11 November 1999
as a hereditary peer
Preceded by James Hubbard, 5th Baron Addington
Succeeded by Seat Abolished
Personal details
Born (1963-08-24) 24 August 1963 (age 54)
Nationality British
Political party Liberal Democrat
Spouse(s) Elizabeth Ann (née Morris)
Father James Hubbard, 5th Baron Addington
Alma mater University of Aberdeen
Occupation Politician

Dominic Bryce Hubbard, 6th Baron Addington (born 24 August 1963) is a British Liberal Democrat politician, the President of the British Dyslexic Association[1] and the vice-president of the UK Sports Association.[2]

Early life[edit]

Addington was educated at The Hewett School, Norwich before going up to the Aberdeen University[3], graduating as M.A. in 1988.


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. On taking up his seat at 22 he was the youngest serving peer in the House of Lords.[4]

Lord Addington was returned as one of the ninety elected representative hereditary peers in Parliament in 1999. He sits on the Liberal Democrat benches in the House of Lords and is party spokes for Sport. He is captain of the Commons and Lords Rugby and Football team, and has played in two Parliamentary World Cups competitions in 1994 and 1999.[5]

Personal life[edit]

In 1999, Addington married Elizabeth Ann, only daughter of Michael Morris, of Duxbury Park, Chorley, Lancashire. Lord and Lady Addington live in Norwich.[6]

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


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "President and Vice Presidents". British Dyslexic Association. Retrieved 24 August 2016. 
  2. ^ "Lord Addington". UK Parliament. 
  3. ^ "Politics | Alumni Relations". The University of Aberdeen. 
  4. ^ Who's Who in the Liberal Democrats? 5th Edition. PCA Books. 2006. ISBN 1-85187-762-2. 
  5. ^ "Dominic Addington". Liberal Democrats. 
  6. ^ "Addington, Baron (UK, 1887)". Cracroft's Peerage. 

External links[edit]

Peerage of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
James Hubbard
Baron Addington