1. Baroness Trumpington's died in her sleep on 26 November 2018.
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3. On 30 November 2012, Baroness Trumpington was a guest panellist on the BBC TV's satirical news quiz Have I Got News for You; at the age of 90 she was the oldest guest to have appeared on the programme.
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5. Baroness Trumpington's retired from the House of Lords on 24 October 2017, one day after her 95th birthday.
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7. Baroness Trumpington's voted against the bill to make a referendum necessary to transfer powers back from EU to UK.
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9. Baroness Trumpington's continued until 1992, serving during John Major's administration as Minister of State at the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, when at age 69 she was the oldest female minister ever.
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13. Baroness Trumpington's had an extensive address book in the United States; managing British interests on the Council in New York gave her a social profile that befitted her class status and ambition, but was nonetheless useful networking for the British Government.
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15. Baroness Trumpington's was one of the few who could get along well with the leader of her party, Margaret Thatcher.
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17. Baroness Trumpington's re-entered politics in 1973, when she was elected to Cambridgeshire County Council for the Trumpington division but resigned in 1975 over the rapist scandal.
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19. Baroness Trumpington's arranged to "twin" Cambridge with three other great university cities, Florence, Heidelberg and Split.
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20. Baroness Trumpington's granted the Freedom of Cambridge to RAF Oakington, revived the town's market, installed a travel centre, and built an entrance hall to the railway station.
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21. Baroness Trumpington's was a member of the Rheumatism and Arthritis Association, which began serious research work on debilitation at Cambridge laboratories.
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23. Baroness Trumpington's was forced to apply for a licence to the Solicitor-General to become the first couple in modern times to hold a wedding at the Chapel of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, which took place on 18 March 1954.
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31. On 30 November 2012 Baroness Trumpington was a guest panellist on the BBC TV's satirical news quiz Have I Got News for You; at the age of 90 she was the oldest guest to have appeared on the programme.
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