Lord Cormack

Lord Cormack is a Conservative Life peer who has sat under this title in the Lords since 21 December 2010. His full title is The Lord Cormack, and his given name is Patrick Thomas Cormack. Prior to joining the Lords, he sat in the Commons as an MP, and was first elected in 1970.

Experience

Find out about the experience of Lord Cormack outside of Parliament.

Non political

The House Magazine
Life President
2005 -
Aitken Dott, The Scottish Gallery
Chairman
1983 - 1989
Historic House Hotels
Director
1981 - 1989
All Party Arts and Heritage Group
Chairman/President
1979 -
The House Magazine
Editor
1979 - 2005
The House Magazine
Chairman, Editorial Board
1976 -
Brewood Grammar School, Staffs
Head of History
1969 - 1970
Wrekin College Shropshire
Ass. Housemaster
1967 - 1969
St. James's School Grimsby
Second Master
1961 - 1966

Public life

Deputy Lieutenant of Staffordshire
2010 -
Royal Historical Society
Fellow
2010 -
Historical Association
Hon Fellow
2010 -
University of Hull
Honorary Degree (Doctor of Letters)
2010 -
Catholic University of America
Honorary Degree (Doctor of Laws)
2010 -
Council on National Records and Archives
Member
2003 - 2006
General Synod Church of England
Member
1995 - 2005
St. Antony's College, Oxford
Senior Associate Member
1995 -
St. Antony's College, Oxford
Visiting Parliamentary Fellow
1994 - 1995
Society of Antiquaries
Vice President
1994 - 1997
Royal Commission on Historic Manuscripts
Commissioner
1981 - 2003
Historic Buildings Council
Member
1979 - 1984
Society of Antiquaries
Fellow
1978 -
Heritage Matters
Founder and Chairman
1974 -