Baroness Jay of Paddington

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"Baroness Jay of Paddington was appointed to the House of Lords in 1992 as a Labour Peer. She was a Minister of State in the Department of Health from 1997–1998 and was also Leader of the House of Lords, Lord Privy Seal and Minister for Women from 1998–2001. She is a former reporter for BBC current affairs programmes and was a founder and director of the National AIDS Trust from 1988–1992. Lady Jay is also a patron for Help the Aged."[1]


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  1. FPA FPA presidents and patrons, organizational web page, accessed May 16, 2012.