Lord Brett Mclean of Hastings
He seems to delight in having his photograph taken with famous people, and persists in using his nonexistent title despite the fact that I have proved to him that it is completely fake.
However, you can enjoy finding out more about him on his website, which has many laudable aims, such as supporting local charities, it is just a shame that he feels that he needs his ‘title’ to achieve that, but he has also used it to gain the positions of Vice Chairman of East Sussex Federation of Small Businesses and Chairman of the East Sussex Economic Advisory Board, two organisations that seem to have been fooled by his totally fake title, which does not achieve a lot for their credibility.
Lord Dean David Burr of Wimbledon
Despite his good intentions in raising money for charity, this friend of Lord Brett’s persists in claiming that he is a genuine Lord, having apparently inherited his ‘title’ from an uncle, however, he does not actually own the Manorial Lordship of Wimbledon, but is the boss of a pest control company, called Lords Environmental, and a fraud.
Whilst he does espouse some excellent charitable causes, Mr Burr should not claim to be something that he clearly isn’t, as many people have pointed out to him.
His website, proclaiming him to be the People’s Lord, is a complete farrago of nonsense, and the old saying, that you tell the quality of a man by the company he keeps, holds true as he is clearly cosy with the equally fake Lord Brett.
Lord Sardar Singh of Tutbury
This joker has managed to use his ‘title’ to become President of the Hounslow Chamber of Commerce, and, despite being informed about his lack of a genuine title, so far they do not appear to have taken any action.
Mr Singh, if he had a genuine title he would be referred to as Lord Singh, always a dead giveaway when the first name is included, does not even hold a Manorial Lordship, as the Queen holds the Manorial Lordship of Tutbury.
Lord Scott Disick
This character is is best known for being the former boyfriend of Kourtney Kardashian and father to their three children: Mason Dash, Penelope Scotland and Reign Aston.
However, in 2012 he claims to have become British royalty in what is referred to as a traditional knighting ceremony in a pub called The Mayflower in South London. He claims that he bought the Lordship of the Manor of Cruckton Ford in Shropshire, however, he was actually right royally ripped off as the Lordship has never existed, and, of course, even if it were genuine that would still not make him a Lord.
He is so vain and keen to preserve whatever remains of his reputation that he even managed to get his page on Wikipedia deleted, however, it can still be viewed if you search for it in the web archive.
Lord Stuart Hamon
Why does a successful, wealthy, international businessman feel the need to give himself a fraudulent title, which detracts from his credibility rather than boosting it? He is the Executive Director of Swiss Global Trustees Sarl and should know better.
H.E. H.R.H. H.S.H. Prince James Scott Walling-Carver
Unbelievably, this idiot claims a myriad of titles, none of which he can possibly hold, “6th Earl of March of England, Hereditary Grand Duke of Oldenburg, Rt. Hon. Lord, 9th Earl of Bridgewater, The Rev. the Hon, 10th Baron Daubeney, Rt. Hon. Lord, 18th Earl of Warwick, His Grace 4th Duke of Buckingham, His Grace 4th Duke of Bridgewater, Rt. Hon. 4th Earl de Montgomery, Duke de Choiseul d’Amboise, Duke of Montmorency, Marquis de Remonville, Count of Provence, Duke of Aquitaine, Count of Poitiers”. He is clearly delusional, but is listed on a very suspect website, called ‘International Royal Association of Royals & Nobles Registered Members‘, this organisation has no credibility, as most of the members listed have what are clearly implausible titles, mixed in with some very real ones, like Sheikha Hamad Al-Thani of Qatar, who, I am sure, has no idea that she is mixed up with this bunch of complete frauds, most of who claim to belong to something called the Royal House of Vassilli, something that I cannot find any record of.