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Committee work

In recent decades, the House of Lords has become a more specialised body, making far greater use of committees.  Much of my time is taken up with commiteee work, which absorbs more of my energy on a regular basis than the … Continue reading

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Joint Committee gets under way

The Joint Committee on the draft House of Lords Reform Bill held its first meeting this evening.   Twenty-three of the twenty-six members were present.  Lord Richard was elected to chair it and we discussed how we would proceed once we … Continue reading

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Membership of the Joint Committee

In the comments on my previous post on the Joint Committee on the draft House of Lords Reform Bill, I was asked if the members of the committee had been appointed.  The members have been nominated, but have yet to … Continue reading

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Joint Committee on the House of Lords Reform Draft Bill

Lord Richard As some readers have noticed, The Times on Friday carried a report identifying some of the peers who are to be nominated to serve on the Joint Committee on the House of Lords Reform Draft Bill.   It reported that I … Continue reading

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