Dominic Hubbard, 6th Baron Addington
|The Right Honourable|
The Lord Addington
|Member of the House of Lords|
Assumed office |
11 November 1999
as an excepted hereditary peer
26 June 1982 – 11 November 1999
as a hereditary peer
|Preceded by||James Hubbard, 5th Baron Addington|
|Succeeded by||Seat Abolished|
|Born||24 August 1963|
|Political party||Liberal Democrat|
|Spouse(s)||Elizabeth Ann (née Morris)|
|Father||James Hubbard, 5th Baron Addington|
|Alma mater||University of Aberdeen|
Dominic Bryce Hubbard, 6th Baron Addington (born 24 August 1963) is a British Liberal Democrat politician, the President of the British Dyslexic Association and the vice-president of the UK Sports Association.
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.
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.
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- Profile at Parliament of the United Kingdom
- Contributions in Parliament at Hansard 1803–2005
- Current session contributions in Parliament at Hansard
- Voting record at PublicWhip.org
- Record in Parliament at TheyWorkForYou.com
- Profile at BBC News Democracy Live
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