Richard Grey, 6th Earl Grey
Early life and education
Richard Grey was the son of Albert Grey and Vera Harding. Through his father, he is a great-great-grandson of Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey.
From 1976, he became a full-time member of the House of Lords, taking the Liberal Party whip. He was the Liberal Party’s spokesman on social services and disability issues. He also served as secretary to the House of Lords small business group from 1980 to 1984.
He was succeeded in the earldom by his younger brother, the Hon Philip Kent Grey, who was born 11 May 1940.
Earl Grey married twice.
He married Margaret Ann Bradford in 1966 but they divorced in 1974; later the same year he married Stephanie Caroline Gaskell-Brown.
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