Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson is one of Britain’s greatest Paralympic athletes. She won 11 gold, four silver and one bronze medal over a 16-year athletic career and five Paralympic Games. In 2005, she became Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson for her services to sport. In March 2010, Tanni was created a life peer and was conferred as Baroness Grey-Thompson, of Eaglescliffe in the County of Durham. As an independent cross-bench peer she works in the House of Lords on issues such as disability rights and social welfare.
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