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David Evans, Baron Evans of Watford

David Charles Evans, Lord Evans of Watford
Born (1942-11-30) November 30, 1942
Occupation Publishing, Consultancy and Healthcare and Charity
Website
http://www.senateconsulting.co.uk

David Charles Evans, Lord Evans of Watford (born 30 November 1942) is a British trade unionist and businessman; he was raised to the peerage as Baron Evans of Watford, of Chipperfield in the County of Hertfordshire 28 July 1998.[1][2]

References

  1. ^ "Lord Evans of Watford". www.parliament.uk. 
  2. ^ London Gazette n0. 55213 p. 8431

External links

  • DodOnline|
  • Lord Evans Biography on Senate consulting site


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