Colonel Stephen Terrell OBE TD DL QC (15 June 1916 - 16 August 2004), was a British barrister and Liberal Party politician.
He was Called to the Bar by Gray's Inn in 1946. In 1965 he took silk. He became a Bencher at Gray's Inn in 1970. He was appointed a Deputy Lieutenant for Middlesex and then in 1961 for Greater London.
He was Liberal candidate for the Eastbourne division of Sussex at the 1964 General Election. He was elected to the Liberal party national executive. He was Chairman of the Liberal's Home Office panel. He contested Eastbourne again in 1966, 1970 and February 1974 general elections, each time without success. He served as President of the Liberal Party from 1971 to 1972. After failing to win Eastbourne for the fourth time, he did not stand for parliament again.
|Conservative||Charles Stuart Taylor||26,410||49.0|
|Labour||J E M Baker||12,034||22.3|
|Conservative||Charles Stuart Taylor||26,039||46.3|
|Labour||John Harold High||12,620||22.4|
|Independent||Vernon Hubert Petty||883||1.6|
|Conservative||Sir Charles Stuart Taylor||30,296||48.8|
|Labour||Cyril G Abley||8,475||13.7|
|Conservative||Ian Reginald Edward Gow||31,462||51.3|
|Party political offices|
| President of the Liberal Party