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Conservative life peer, Baroness Ritchie of Brompton, died on 24 April aged 66.
Baroness Ritchie was introduced as a life peer in the House of Lords in June 2010 and was a member of the HIV and AIDS in the UK Select Committee.
During her career as a councillor for Kensington and Chelsea's Brompton ward she was a member of several London committees and organisations, including Children and Young People Forum.
She also campaigned to support social workers who care specifically for children in London.
• Lords Hansard: Announcement of the death of Baroness Ritchie
• Kensington and Chelsea Chronicle: Councillor Ritchie dies (external link)
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