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  1. Quintin McGarel Hogg, Baron Hailsham of St Marylebone, KG, CH, PC, FRS (9 October 1907 – 12 October 2001), known as the 2nd Viscount Hailsham between 1950 and 1963, at which point he disclaimed his hereditary peerage, was a British barrister and Conservative Party politician.

  2. Quintin Hogg (born Feb. 14, 1845, London, Eng.—died Jan. 17, 1903, London) was an English philanthropist, social reformer, and founder of the Polytechnic, which became a model for later social and educational centres for underprivileged youth.

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  3. Quintin Hogg (14 February 1845 – 17 January 1903) was an English philanthropist, remembered primarily as a benefactor of the Royal Polytechnic institution at Regent Street, London, now the University of Westminster.

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  4. Quintin Hogg Memorial A memorial fund was soon established and the proceeds were used to install a statue in his honour on Regent Street in 1906 (now located on Portland Place). The remaining money was put towards purchasing 40 acres of land next to the existing Polytechnic Boathouse at Chiswick in order to give the Poly a permanent outdoor sportsground, something Hogg had always been keen to ...

  5. Quintin Hogg, lawyer and Conservative politician, disclaimed his peerage after 13 years in the Lords under the 1963 Act so he could resume a career in the Commons. He received a life peerage in 1970. He was Leader of the House of Lords between 1960 and 1963 and Lord Chancellor from 1970 to 1974 and 1979 to 1987. Title.

  6. 16 de out. de 2001 · Quintin McGarel Hogg was born in London on Oct. 9, 1907, and was educated at Eton and Oxford before practicing law in London. He was dismayed when his father was named the first Viscount...

  7. Overview. Quintin Hogg, Lord Hailsham. (1907—2001) lawyer and politician. Quick Reference. (1907–2001). Conservative politician and lawyer. Hogg entered Parliament at the Oxford by‐election of 1938, a supporter of appeasement. He turned against Chamberlain before the latter's fall in 1940.