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P. w. M. † F_ S_ cr. civil partnership widower or widow minor heir not ascertained at time of going to press represents forename represents surname created Crossbench grouping are entitled to vote. If the vacancy is among the other 15, the whole house is entitled to vote. In the list below, peers currently holding one of the 92 hereditary places in the House of Lords are indicated by ** . In July 2008 proposed further reforms to the House of Lords were presented to parliament in a white paper An Elected Second Chamber: Further Reform of the House of Lords.
In 1992 the Queen oﬀered to pay income and capital gains tax on a voluntary basis from 6 April 1993, and the Prince of Wales oﬀered to pay tax on a voluntary basis on his income from the Duchy of Cornwall (he was already taxed in all other respects). The main provisions for the Queen and the Prince of Wales to pay tax, set out in a Memorandum of Understanding on Royal Taxation presented to parliament on 11 February 1993, are that the Queen will pay income tax and capital gains tax in respect of her private income and assets, and on the proportion of the income and capital gains of the Privy Purse used for private purposes.
A person whose name is not entered on the Roll of Peerage can not be addressed or mentioned by the title of a peer in any oﬃcial document. Registrar, Ian Denyer, MVO Assistant Registrar, Grant Bavister (c) 2011 A&C Black Publishers. All Rights Reserved. 46 HEREDITARY PEERS as at 31 August 2010 PEERS OF THE BLOOD ROYAL Style, His Royal Highness the Duke of _/His Royal Highness the Earl of_ Style of address (formal) May it please your Royal Highness; (informal) Sir Created 1947 1337 1398 S. 1986 1928 1934 1999 Title, order of succession, name, etc Dukes Edinburgh (1st), HRH the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh Cornwall, HRH the Prince of Wales, s.