Quiz of the week

Lord Norton

26788There are three questions this week.  As with last week’s quiz, the first two readers to reply with the correct answers will be the winners. 

Question 1

In the House of Lords, a Bishop is addressed as “the right reverend prelate”.  But how is an Archbishop addressed?

Question 2

How many former Commissioners of the Metropolitan Police sit in the House of Lords?  Who are they?

Question 3

Which peer is a former Chief Constable but not included in the answer  to Question 2?

7 comments for “Quiz of the week

  1. 15/08/2009 at 12:22 am

    1. The most reverend prelate (just as their usual style is The Most Rev.)
    2. Three: Lords Stevens of Kirkwhelpington, Condon, Imbert
    3. I found two! Lord Knights, and Lord Dear, both Chief Constables of West Midlands. Lord Dear was Assistant Commissioner of the Met, but never Commissioner.

  2. Conor McGrath
    15/08/2009 at 12:26 am

    1) “Most Rev. and Rt. Hon.”
    2) Three former Metropolitan Police Commissioners:
    Lord Stevens of Kirkwhelpington
    Lord Condon
    Lord Imbert
    3) Lord Knights was West Midlands CC in the 1970s

  3. Michael
    15/08/2009 at 7:19 am

    1. Archbishops are addressed as “the most reverend primate”.

    2. Three: Lord Imbert, Lord Condon and Lord Stevens of Kirkwhelpington.

    3. Lord Dear.

  4. Ulysses
    15/08/2009 at 8:26 am

    Question 1:
    An Archbishop is addressed as “the most reverend primate”.

    Question 2:
    There are three:
    Lord Imbert
    Lord Condon
    Lord Stevens of Kirkwhelpington

    Question 3:
    Lord Knights

  5. Chris K
    15/08/2009 at 10:16 am

    1)The most reverend Primate.

    3 do:
    Lord Stevens of Kirkwhelpington
    Lord Condon
    Lord Imbert

    3) Lord Dear

  6. 15/08/2009 at 5:47 pm

    OK, so question 1 should be “The Most Rev Primate”, as Baroness Ashton discovered in this debate:
    An example when it can’t be corrected in Hansard as the error is referred to.

    A quick Google seems to suggest that “The Most Rev Prelate” was the form used in the 19th and first half of the 20th centuries.

  7. lordnorton
    16/08/2009 at 1:27 pm

    The correct answers are:

    1. An Archbishop is addressed, in the Lords, as “the most reverend Primate”.

    2. There are three former Commissioners of the Metropolitan Police in the House: Lord Imbert, Lord Condon and Lord Stevens of Kirkwhelpington.

    3. There are two former Chief Constables who are not covered by Question 2: Lord Knights and Lord Dear. Lord Knights has not been active in the House for some years, but is still a member, so either name is correct.

    Jonathan and Conor McGrath were the first to reply but, as Jonathan now realises, got the first answer incorrect. The first two to respond with all three correct answers are Michael and Ulysses. They are this week’s winners. Ulysses pipped Chris K. at the post, otherwise Chris K. would have won a total of three quizzes and an invitation to tea at the Lords.

    The roll of honour in terms of prize winners so far:

    Two wins:

    Chris K.

    One win each:

    Run Seven
    Richard Kaszeta
    Robin Lewis

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