Northern Irish Conservative peer Lord Ballyedmond was among the four people killed in a helicopter crash in Norfolk last night, the Press Association has reported.
Known as Edward Haughey until he was made a life peer in 2004, he owned Gillingham Hall, a stately home near the crash site.
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