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Roy Jenkins was elected as a Labour MP in 1948 and after a long ministerial career and a term as President of the European Commission he became a life peer in 1987.
In the Lords he was prominent as the Leader of the Liberal Democrat peers but also had a successful career as a writer, producing a number of acclaimed biographies and serving as President of the Royal Society of Literature.
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