The countess was found dead in a bedroom at the family home in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, on Saturday night, on the eve of their 19th wedding anniversary. Thames Valley police said: 'No one is being sought in relation to this tragic death, which is now a matter for the coroner.'
The 45-year-old peer has been probably the most hard-working minister in the Lords for several years, serving several departments. His departure from the front bench will be a severe blow for the Prime Minister. Lord Caithness began his ministerial career in 1984.Reuse content