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An edit request by an editor with a conflict of interest has now been answered.
OTRS has received the following suggestion from the subject of the article, posted here with permission:
As I mentioned in my email, I was for five years (1985 to 90) the Presiding Officer of the Manx Parliament [Viking-based and pre-dating the Westminster Parliament], the last Governor to be so. The official description of the post was Lieutenant Governor, Captain General and President of Tynwald. Do you think that could be woven into the second substantive paragraph of the text ? In my Army Career I did also have two significant jobs not presently mentioned, Brigade Major of 20th Armoured Brigade from 1968 and Brigadier General Staff (Intelligence) [BGS Int] with special responsibility for Northern Ireland intelligence from 1980. Perhaps these are worth mentioning.