Saturday 18 July 1992
AMERY, Julian: Lord Amery of Lustleigh.
ARCHER, Jeffrey: to be gazetted 27 July.
ARCHER, Peter: Lord Archer of Sandwell.
ASHLEY Jack: Lord Ashley of Stoke.
BARBER, Sir Derek: date to be announced.
BRAINE, Sir Bernard: date to be announced.
CHALKER, Lynda: Baroness Chalker of Wallasey.
CLARK, Sir William: to be gazetted 21 July.
COOKE, Victor: date to be announced.
EATWELL, John: Lord Eatwell.
EWING, Harry: Lord Ewing of Kirkford.
FINSBERG, Sir Geoffrey: Lord Finsberg.
GILMOUR, Sir Ian: date to be announced.
HAYHOE, Sir Barney: date to be announced.
HEALEY, Denis: Lord Healey.
HOWE, Sir Geoffrey: Lord Howe of Aberavon.
HOWELL, Denis: Lord Howell.
HOWELLS, Geraint: to be gazetted 18 July.
JAY, Mrs Margaret: to be gazetted 29 July.
LAWSON, Nigel: Lord Lawson of Blaby.
MOORE, John: Lord Moore of Lower Marsh.
OWEN, David: Lord Owen.
PARKINSON, Cecil: Lord Parkinson.
PLANT, Professor Raymond: date to be announced.
REES, Merlyn: Lord Merlyn-Rees.
RIDLEY, Nicholas: to be gazetted 28 July.
STEWART, Sir Ian: to be gazetted 20 July.
TEBBIT Norman: Lord Tebbit.
THATCHER, Margaret: Baroness Thatcher.
THOMAS, Dafydd Elis: date to be announced.
WALKER, Peter: Lord Walker of Worcester.
WILLIAMS, Gareth: date to be announced.
WEATHERILL, Bernard: Lord Weatherill.
YOUNGER, George: Lord Younger of Prestwick.
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