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The House of Lords will debate the case for further political and constitutional reform on Thursday 28 January
Lord Tyler, Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Constitutional Reform, will open the debate. Other Members scheduled to take part, include:
Other speakers include Lord Livsey of Talgarth, Lord Maclennan of Rogart, Lord Wallace of Saltaire, Baroness Murphy, Lord Shutt of Greetland, the Bishop of Ripon and Leeds, Lord Luce, Lord Luke, Lord Howarth of Newport. Lord Bach will speak on behalf of the Government.
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