Lord Lieutenant of Greater London

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The Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London is Her Majesty's representative in Greater London, comprising the 32 London boroughs.[1]

Each Lord-Lieutenant is assisted in, largely ceremonial, duties by Deputy Lieutenants whom he appoints;[2] the Lieutenancy Office is based at Whitehall, London SW1.

Created under the Administration of Justice Act (1964), this office merged those of Lord-Lieutenant of the County of London (cr. 1889) and the ancient Lord-Lieutenancy of Middlesex.[3]

From 1965, the following have served as HM Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London :

The ceremonial county of Greater London does not include the City of London, which has its own Commission of Lieutenancy.

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  1. ^ www.greaterlondonlieutenancy.com
  2. ^ Organisation of the Greater London Lieutenancy.
  3. ^ Administration of Justice Act 1964 (c.42), section 18 : "For the purposes of the Lieutenancy, Greater London other than the City shall be treated as a county".

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