Two dead on peer's estate: The fourth Earl of Selborne, 72, is a member of the Conservative party. He entered the House of Lords in 1992, becoming an hereditary peer in 1999. Staff on his country estate, which grows, stores, grades and packs fruit to sell, are said to be 'distraught'.
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