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The Lord Chancellor performed multiple functions-he was the Keeper of the Great . The Lord Chancellor's judicial duties also evolved through his role in the curia regis.

The Lord Chancellor performed multiple functions-he was the Keeper of the Great Seal, the chief royal chaplain, and adviser in both spiritual and temporal matters. Thus, the position emerged as one of the most important ones in government. He was only outranked in government by the Justiciar (now obsolete). In 1529, after Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, who was Lord Chancellor and Archbishop of York, was dismissed for failing to procure the annulment of Henry VIII's first marriage, laymen tended to be more favoured for appointment to the office.

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Lord chancellor, also called Lord High Chancellor or Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, British officer of state who is custodian of the great seal and . The changes allowed the lord chancellor to concentrate on constitutional affairs

Lord chancellor, also called Lord High Chancellor or Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, British officer of state who is custodian of the great seal and a cabinet minister. The lord chancellor traditionally served as head of the judiciary and speaker of the House of Lords. In 2006, however, the post’s role was redefined following the implementation of several constitutional reforms. The changes allowed the lord chancellor to concentrate on constitutional affairs. The office dates back to Edward the Confessor (1042–66), who followed the model of the Carolingian court when he appointed a chancellor.

The Lord Chancellor, formally the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain . In 1529, after Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, who was Lord Chancellor and Archbishop of York, was dismissed for failing to procure th. .

The Lord Chancellor, formally the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, is the highest ranking among those Great Officers of State which are appointed regularly in the United Kingdom, outranking even the Prime Minister. The Lord Chancellor performed multiple functions-he was the Keeper of the Great Seal, the chief royal chaplain, and adviser in both spiritual and temporal matters.

Lord Chancellor in North Ireland. Before 2005 the Lord Chancellor was the presiding officer of the House of Lords and the head of the judiciary in England and Wales.

The Lord Chancellor is the minister responsible to Parliament for courts, tribunals and the justice system. Lord Chancellor in North Ireland. The Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain ( Lord Chancellor ) is a Cabinet minister and currently a Member of the House of Commons. Recent reforms including the creation of the Ministry of Justice and the election of a Lord Speaker for the House of Lords have significantly altered the role of Lord Chancellor.

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