Disputatio Categoriae:Domini Cancellarii Anglici et Britannici

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Pro tempore removi[fontem recensere]

Haec pro tempore e pagina in lucem movi:

Articles about individuals who have held the office of [[Lord Chancellor of Great Britain]] since the [[Acts of Union 1707|Act of Union]] between [[England]] and [[Scotland]] in 1707. For holders of the predecessor offices see: *[[:Category:Lord Chancellors of England]] *[[:Category:Lord Chancellors of Scotland]]

Ea fortasse ad Vicipaediam Anglicam relevant.

[[Categoria:Domus Parium]] + ex en:[[Category:Chief justices by country|Great Britain]]

Ea nobis relevant, sed "Domus Parium" nomen apud Google paene reperio: fortasse "Camera Parium"? Fortasse aliud quid? Categoriam "chief justices" laudabo, sed quo nomine? Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 16:36, 12 Maii 2010 (UTC)[reply]

  • "Domus Parium" Google x 4
  • "Camera Parium" x 118 (sed multi e Vicipaedia)
  • "Aula Parium" x 2
  • "Camera Parum" x 2 (+ 2 irrelevantes)
  • "Domus Parum" x 10 irrelevantes. Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 17:39, 12 Maii 2010 (UTC)[reply]

Dominus[fontem recensere]

Is the dominus really part of the name of the office or just a courtesy, peculiar to English? (Jack Straw, after all, was not a lord.) Or was Hitler actually the Lord Chancellor of Germany but we don't call him that because we don't like him? IacobusAmor (disputatio) 12:16, 23 Maii 2015 (UTC)[reply]

They say Hitler always crops up in Wiki discussions sooner or later :) but he isn't involved here (I think). In the case of the UK cabinet post, "Lord Chancellor" is definitely the exact title as still used, although the last 3 (?) holders of the office have not been peers. I expect Parliament will give this some thought eventually. They haven't yet got around to updating the relevant page saying who is the current holder of the office, or to changing the photograph. Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 12:28, 23 Maii 2015 (UTC)[reply]