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Lord McNally was elected MP for Stockport South in 1979.
Prior to being appointed Minister of State for Justice he was a member of the Select Committee on Industry and Trade and a spokesman on education.
He supported the successful merger of the SDP with the Liberal Party to form the Liberal Democrats and served on the Federal Executive of the new party.
He was elected as the Liberal Democrat Leader of the House of Lords in October 2004.
He studied economics and social history at University College London. He enjoys watching sport, reading political biographies and having adventures with his children.