Gruffydd Evans, Baron Evans of Claughton

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David Thomas Gruffydd Evans, Baron Evans of Claughton, DL (9 February 1928 – 22 March 1992) was a British solicitor and politician.

He was educated at Birkenhead School and, as Lord Evans, held the office of Deputy Lieutenant of Merseyside.

He was created a life peer as Baron Evans of Claughton, of Claughton in the County of Merseyside, on 24 April 1978.[1][2]


Party political offices
Preceded by
Basil Wigoder
Chairman of the Liberal Party Executive
Succeeded by
John Arnold Baker
Preceded by
Basil Goldstone
President of the Liberal Party
Succeeded by
Michael Steed