Merlin Hanbury-Tracy, 7th Baron Sudeley
Merlin Charles Sainthill Hanbury-Tracy, 7th Baron Sudeley, FSA (born 17 June 1939) is a British peer, author and veteran right-wing activist. He was educated at Eton and Oxford. In 1941, at the age of three, he succeeded his first cousin once removed, Richard Hanbury-Tracy, 6th Barony Sudeley, to the Barony of Sudeley and until the House of Lords Act 1999 sat in that body as a hereditary peer.
A member of the UK Conservative Party all his adult life, he was sometime president and also chairman of the Conservative Monday Club for 17 years. He is vice-chancellor of the International Monarchist League, and president of the Traditional Britain Group. He is patron of the Bankruptcy Association and convenor of the Forum for Stable Currencies. Lord Sudeley is also lay patron of the Prayer Book Society and a past President of the Montgomeryshire Society.