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He was deselected inlosing his seat in the House of Commonsas a result of campaigning for homosexual law reform. Hyde took pride in his family connection to the Irish linen trade. He attended Queen's University Belfast where he gained a first-class history degree, and then Magdalen College, Oxfordand a second-class law degree.

By his will, the residue of his estate was left to his widow Robbie and his papers to the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. Hyde was called to the Bar inworking briefly in 5th marquess of anglesey wife sexual dysfunction and on the North East circuit. His first salaried employment was with the 7th Marquess of Londonderry whose wife Edith was a London political hostess, and whose influence on prominent Labour Party politician Ramsay MacDonald who became prime minister was held by some to be suspect.

From untilHyde was librarian and private secretary to the 5th marquess of anglesey wife sexual dysfunction in his "appeasement" period, hired specifically to research the family papers and write its history. His works on the family included Londonderry House and its PicturesThe Rise of Lord Castlereagha book which remains very highly regarded, and The Londonderrys: He continued writing and publishing during the war, and would be addressed as "Lt.

Hyde" throughout most of his parliamentary career. He would continue to cover the topic of espionage in his writings. After the war, he became assistant editor of the Law Reports untiland was legal adviser to the British Lion Film Corporationthen managed by Alexander Kordaup to Hyde had planned a parliamentary career since the s, and actively scouted for seats until the war intervened, postponing an election until He then applied for the South Belfast Unionist candidature, and was unfortunate enough to miss the nomination by one vote.

Five years later, North Belfast was to select him. He could have expected to hold his seat for a quarter of a century or more. In the event, he represented the constituency for just nine years. His maiden speech was on the contentious subject of the difficulty of enforcement of Northern Ireland maintenance orders in Great Britain, and the consequent problem of border-hopping husbands.

He was a UK delegate to the Council of Europe Consultative Assembly in Strasbourg from tomajoring on simplifying European visa and border controls. He was also an incessant traveller; a visit in to East Germany and Czechoslovakia got him into difficulty with political exiles, when he lamely defended himself saying, "There are terrible things going on. Cultural matters are a safe subject in common. He was deselected by his party inafter arguing in favour of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in a debate about implementing the Wolfenden report on 26 Novembera debate he had been most prominent in seeking.

Indeed, 5th marquess of anglesey wife sexual dysfunction was the most vocal of any MP in the s about homosexual law reform. Hyde's reselection failed to be ratified by votes to He was absent for the vote, being on an international tour. By 19 votes, the Unionist Party lost its one respected voice at Westminster and abroad, and the only MP who ever advised his people of changing times, while attempting to modernise and moderate Unionist opinion.

The Belfast Telegraph reported, "Mr Hyde's rejection is a result of criticism amongst constituents over his attitude over certain problems particularly the Wolfenden report, capital punishment and the return of the Lane pictures to Ireland; further there was a feeling he did not visit the division sufficiently. Two days later, from Belize city, Hyde complained that it was a "rank discourtesy holding the meeting without him", especially as there were 3, members in the constituency.

His wife in London the next day said, "I shall advise him to cut out the rest of his tour if that is possible and deal with the matter on the spot.

I'm sorry darling 5th marquess of anglesey wife sexual dysfunction it's for the best. No more Belfast politics.

Henry Cyril Paget, 5th Marquess...

Although he had made little secret of his progressive views during the capital punishment debates, the campaign for access to the Roger Casement diaries, and his writings on Oscar WildeHyde's political undoing were his parliamentary interventions and outspoken views on the decriminalisation of homosexuality. He contributed a half-hour speech to that debate covering both aspects of the Wolfenden report. He concluded by demanding equality for the homosexual and the prostitute.

Earlier he quoted a letter from a consenting adult who had been jailed and released, only to be informed on again, losing his new job.

He pointed out "three popular fallacies that have been exposed by the Report": Only one hundred men a year, he said, were convicted of sex in private with consenting adults. Hyde's reform efforts at decriminalising homosexuality in England and Wales were not to be successful for another ten years.