How many deputy lord lieutenants are there in UK?
At present there are some 100 DLs in the Greater London Lieutenancy. The Lord-Lieutenant wishes to use the process of DL appointment and retirement positively. Appointing the right people, having few inactive DLs and involving all DLs in the work of the Lieutenancy.
How do you address a Deputy Lord-Lieutenant?
A speech might begin “Lord-Lieutenant, Ladies and Gentlemen …” If the Lord-Lieutenant is represented by her Vice Lord-Lieutenant or a Deputy Lieutenant, the above etiquette should be adapted accordingly, i.e., “Dear Vice Lord-Lieutenant”, “Dear Deputy Lieutenant”.
Do you salute a Lord-Lieutenant?
Taking the Salute It is customary for the host to join the Lord-Lieutenant on the dais, although normally one pace behind him. The host should also salute or remove headdress as appropriate.
Who is the current Lord-Lieutenant?
|Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London|
|Incumbent Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE since 25 May 2015|
|Appointer||Queen Elizabeth II|
|Term length||Until the incumbent reaches the age of 75.|
|Inaugural holder||Harold, Earl Alexander of Tunis KG|
Are lord-lieutenants paid?
The Lord-Lieutenant is not paid. It is a voluntary position, like that of Vice Lord-Lieutenant and Deputy Lieutenant.
What does DL after name mean?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
What does a deputy Lord-Lieutenant do?
The duties of Deputy Lieutenants were increased to command the militia, training and checking of equipment, obtaining ‘Volunteers’ for service abroad and also arranging for the billeting of the militia when on exercise or called out against the threat of invasion.
Do you curtsy to a Lord-Lieutenant?
For men this is a neck bow (from the head only) whilst women do a small curtsy. Other people prefer simply to shake hands in the usual way. How do I address the Lord-Lieutenant? Salutation: Dear Lord-Lieutenant, or Dear Mr Puxley.
Are deputy lieutenants paid?
The Lord-Lieutenants are not paid. The Lord-Lieutenant, with the non-disapproval of the Sovereign, appoints Deputy Lieutenants (DLs) to assist her in carrying out her duties for the Crown.
Who is the Queen’s lieutenant?
Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE
The Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London, Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE The Queen appointed Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE as Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London to succeed Sir David Brewer KG CVO CMG on 29 May, 2015.
How long do lord lieutenants serve?
A Lord-Lieutenant serves until his or her 75th Birthday. Can Ladies be appointed as Lord-Lieutenant?
Does a Lord-Lieutenant get paid?