|born on||21 September 1952 at 22:00 (= 10:00 PM )|
|Place||London, England, 51n30, 0w10|
|Timezone||GDT h1e (is daylight saving time)|
|Astrology data||28°48' 28°03 Asc. 18°41'|
British Lord, a conservative member of the House of Lords from Warwick, the only member with African-American heritage serving as an important role model in the UK.
A commoner and the son of Jamaican immigrants, a cricket-playing dad and a nurse mom, Taylor began his career as a lawyer (barrister). He earned his law degree in 1976. In 1986 he entered local politics. From 1990-1991 he served as special advisor to the Home Secretary and ran for Parliament in 1992. One eventful day in 1996, he and his wife Kathie, a pediatrician, were attending an event at 10 Downing Street when then-Prime Minister John Major approached. Admiring of his work in the courts, Major asked Taylor if he could advance Taylor's name for appointment to a lordship. That same year he was given a life peerage, becoming Lord of Warwick and therefore a member of the House of Lords.
His dad died in 1989 and his mother died in December 2001. He and his wife have two daughters.
- Work : Lose social status 1992 (Unsuccessful bid for Parliament)
- Work : Gain social status 1996 (Awarded a life peerage)
- Death of Father 1989
John Cook wrote:I asked him personally at a cocktail party. He is interesting because he is one of the youngest peers and only black member of the house of Lords. He is an important black role model in the UK"
- Vocation : Law : Attorney
- Vocation : Politics : Candidate and lost
- Vocation : Politics : Other Politics (House of Lords)
- Family : Childhood : Family close
- Traits : Body : Race (African-American)