Baronesses’ husbands should be made Lords because current rules are sexist, says Fiona Shackleton – Daily Telegraph

Posted November 16th, 2018 in married persons, news, peerages & dignities by tracey

‘The peerage system is sexist because husbands of baronesses are still referred to as ‘Mr’, according to one of Britain’s leading divorce lawyers. While the wife of a male peer is known as ‘Lady’, husbands of female peers are not awarded courtesy titles. It is an enduring symbol of inequality, according to Baroness Shackleton of Belgravia.’

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Daily Telegraph, 15th November 2018