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The Lord Speaker chairs daily business in the House of Lords chamber and is an ambassador for the work of the House. Baroness D'Souza is the second Lord Speaker elected by Lords members.
Baroness D’Souza in conversation with Professor Meg Russell
Lord Speaker meets Latvian president
Baroness D’Souza welcomes Raimonds Vējonis to the Lords
Lord Speaker welcomes Cardiff community group
Baroness D'Souza meets group working on gender equality in workplace
Portrait of the Lord Speaker Baroness D’Souza unveiled
The House of Lords Works of Art Committee unveiled a portrait of the Rt. Hon. the Lord Speaker Baroness D'Souza on 6th July 2016
The Lord Speaker presides over work in the House of Lords chamber giving procedural advice and assistance.
Find out more about Baroness D'Souza and how she became the Lord Speaker.
The Lord Speaker publishes details of her meetings and engagements
The Lord Speaker has helped develop an active outreach programme designed to engage the public, especially young people, with the work of the Lords.
The Rt Hon the Baroness D'Souza CMG House of Lords London SW1A 0PW
Phone: 020 7219 6444 Email: [email protected]
The Lord Speaker welcomes the use of the River Room for receptions on behalf of UK-registered charities or cross-party parliamentary events sponsored by members of the Lords
Records are published quarterly of costs incurred by the Lord Speaker's Office on its official entertainment budget, of details of the Lord Speaker's travel within the UK and of gifts received by the Lord Speaker.