As of 14/4/2017, the Wikipedia disambiguation page lists articles on 24 namesakes. I'm not notable.
Ethnicity: mainly English; 1/8, probably 3/16, Irish; 1/16 Scottish
- MA (Cantab.): double first in mathematics
- Cambridge University Senate
- Pali Text Society
- revised mathematics entries in 1988 edition of Chambers Science and Technology Dictionary
- "A note on Dhammapāla(s)", Journal of the Pali Text Society, volume XV (1990)
- "The canonicity of the Netti and other works", Journal of the Pali Text Society, volume XXVIII (2006)
- revised edition of Saṃyuttanikāya, volume IV, Pali Text Society, download, 2014
- (with others) corrected reprint of The Pali Text Society's Pali-English Dictionary, 2015
- collation of Vimānavatthu Commentary, Pali Text Society, 2016 
- collation of Petavatthu Commentary, Pali Text Society, 2019
- International Mathematical Olympiad, Toruń (Poland), 1972
Articles I started here
- Authorized Version
- Buddhist councils
- Card game
- Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
- Collected editions of Shakespeare (which I originally wrote on Wikinfo)
- Freedom of religion
- Sajid Javid
- Boris Johnson
- Library classification systems
- Pali Canon
- Pali Canon/Citable Version (but see my comment on the talk page)
- Quinto (card game)
- Supreme Court (United Kingdom)
- University of Cambridge
- Judith Weir
- Also, de facto, History of the House of Lords, which I wrote as a section in House of Lords; Nick thought it took up too much space there and, at my suggestion, moved it to a separate article.
Subpages of other articles
- Ludwig van Beethoven/Works
- Doctor Who/Timelines
I also contributed to Europe/Citable Version.
The modern writer's motto: Butt it mussed bee awl rite, the spell chequer tolled mi sew.
The politician's caution: You are obliged to say a great many things, and anything you say may be taken out of context and used against you.