Members of the House of Lords

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Aberdare, Lord Crossbench
Adams of Craigielea, Baroness Labour
Addington, Lord Liberal Democrat
Adebowale, Lord Crossbench
Adonis, Lord Labour
Afshar, Baroness Crossbench
Ahmad of Wimbledon, Lord Conservative
Ahmed, Lord Non-affiliated
Alderdice, Lord Liberal Democrat
Allan of Hallam, Lord Liberal Democrat
Allen of Kensington, Lord Labour
Allenby of Megiddo, Viscount Crossbench
Alli, Lord Labour
Alliance, Lord Liberal Democrat
Alton of Liverpool, Lord Crossbench
Anderson of Swansea, Lord Labour
Andrews, Baroness Labour
Anelay of St Johns, Baroness Conservative
Archer of Weston-Super-Mare, Lord Non-affiliated
Armstrong of Hill Top, Baroness Labour
Armstrong of Ilminster, Lord Crossbench
Arran, Earl Conservative
Ashcroft, Lord Conservative
Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon, Lord Liberal Democrat
Ashton of Hyde, Lord Conservative
Astor, Viscount Conservative
Astor of Hever, Lord Conservative
Attlee, Earl Conservative
Avebury, Lord Liberal Democrat
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Bach, Lord Labour
Baker of Dorking, Lord Conservative
Bakewell, Baroness Labour
Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Baldwin of Bewdley, Earl Crossbench
Balfe, Lord Conservative
Bamford, Lord Conservative
Barker, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Barnett, Lord Labour
Bassam of Brighton, Lord Labour
Bates, Lord Conservative
Beecham, Lord Labour
Bell, Lord Conservative
Benjamin, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Berkeley, Lord Labour
Berkeley of Knighton, Lord Crossbench
Berridge, Baroness Conservative
Best, Lord Crossbench
Bew, Lord Crossbench
Bhatia, Lord Non-affiliated
Bhattacharyya, Lord Labour
Bichard, Lord Crossbench
Bilimoria, Lord Crossbench
Billingham, Baroness Labour
Birmingham, Bishop Bishops
Birt, Lord Crossbench
Black of Brentwood, Lord Conservative
Blackstone, Baroness Labour
Blackwell, Lord Conservative
Blair of Boughton, Lord Crossbench
Blencathra, Lord Conservative
Blood, Baroness Labour
Boateng, Lord Labour
Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Boothroyd, Baroness Crossbench
Borrie, Lord Labour
Borwick, Lord Conservative
Boswell of Aynho, Lord Non-affiliated
Bottomley of Nettlestone, Baroness Conservative
Bourne of Aberystwyth, Lord Conservative
Bowness, Lord Conservative
Boyce, Lord Crossbench
Brabazon of Tara, Lord Conservative
Bradley, Lord Labour
Bradshaw, Lord Liberal Democrat
Bragg, Lord Labour
Brennan, Lord Labour
Bridgeman, Viscount Conservative
Brinton, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Bristol, Bishop Bishops
Brittan of Spennithorne, Lord Conservative
Broers, Lord Crossbench
Brooke of Alverthorpe, Lord Labour
Brooke of Sutton Mandeville, Lord Conservative
Brookeborough, Viscount Crossbench
Brookman, Lord Labour
Brooks of Tremorfa, Lord Labour
Brougham and Vaux, Lord Conservative
Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood, Lord Crossbench
Browne of Belmont, Lord Democratic Unionist
Browne of Ladyton, Lord Labour
Browne of Madingley, Lord Crossbench
Browne-Wilkinson, Lord Crossbench
Browning, Baroness Conservative
Burnett, Lord Liberal Democrat
Burns, Lord Crossbench
Buscombe, Baroness Conservative
Butler of Brockwell, Lord Crossbench
Butler-Sloss, Baroness Crossbench
Byford, Baroness Conservative
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Caithness, Earl Conservative
Cameron of Dillington, Lord Crossbench
Cameron of Lochbroom, Lord Crossbench
Campbell of Loughborough, Baroness Crossbench
Campbell of Surbiton, Baroness Crossbench
Campbell-Savours, Lord Labour
Canterbury, Archbishop Bishops
Carey of Clifton, Lord Crossbench
Carlile of Berriew, Lord Liberal Democrat
Carlisle, Bishop Bishops
Carrington, Lord Conservative
Carrington of Fulham, Lord Conservative
Carswell, Lord Crossbench
Carter of Barnes, Lord Labour
Carter of Coles, Lord Labour
Cathcart, Earl Conservative
Cavendish of Furness, Lord Conservative
Chadlington, Lord Conservative
Chalker of Wallasey, Baroness Conservative
Chandos, Viscount Labour
Chelmsford, Bishop Bishops
Chester, Bishop Bishops
Chidgey, Lord Liberal Democrat
Chorley, Lord Crossbench
Christopher, Lord Labour
Clancarty, Earl Crossbench
Clark of Windermere, Lord Labour
Clarke of Hampstead, Lord Labour
Clement-Jones, Lord Liberal Democrat
Clinton-Davis, Lord Labour
Cobbold, Lord Crossbench
Coe, Lord Conservative
Cohen of Pimlico, Baroness Labour
Collins of Highbury, Lord Labour
Collins of Mapesbury, Lord Non-affiliated
Colville of Culross, Viscount Crossbench
Colwyn, Lord Conservative
Condon, Lord Crossbench
Cope of Berkeley, Lord Conservative
Cormack, Lord Conservative
Corston, Baroness Labour
Cotter, Lord Liberal Democrat
Courtown, Earl Conservative
Coussins, Baroness Crossbench
Coventry, Bishop Bishops
Cox, Baroness Crossbench
Craig of Radley, Lord Crossbench
Craigavon, Viscount Crossbench
Crathorne, Lord Conservative
Crawley, Baroness Labour
Crickhowell, Lord Conservative
Crisp, Lord Crossbench
Cromwell, Lord Crossbench
Cullen of Whitekirk, Lord Crossbench
Cumberlege, Baroness Conservative
Cunningham of Felling, Lord Labour
Currie of Marylebone, Lord Crossbench
Curry of Kirkharle, Lord Crossbench
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Dannatt, Lord Crossbench
Darzi of Denham, Lord Labour
Davidson of Glen Clova, Lord Labour
Davies of Abersoch, Lord Labour
Davies of Coity, Lord Labour
Davies of Oldham, Lord Labour
Davies of Stamford, Lord Labour
De Mauley, Lord Conservative
Dean of Thornton-le-Fylde, Baroness Labour
Dear, Lord Crossbench
Deben, Lord Conservative
Deech, Baroness Crossbench
Deighton, Lord Conservative
Denham, Lord Conservative
Derby, Bishop Bishops
Desai, Lord Labour
Dholakia, Lord Liberal Democrat
Dixon, Lord Labour
Dixon-Smith, Lord Conservative
Dobbs, Lord Conservative
Donaghy, Baroness Labour
Donoughue, Lord Labour
Doocey, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Drake, Baroness Labour
Drayson, Lord Labour
D'Souza, Baroness Non-affiliated
Dubs, Lord Labour
Dundee, Earl Conservative
Durham, Bishop Bishops
Dykes, Lord Liberal Democrat
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Eames, Lord Crossbench
Eaton, Baroness Conservative
Eatwell, Lord Non-affiliated
Eccles, Viscount Conservative
Eccles of Moulton, Baroness Conservative
Eden of Winton, Lord Conservative
Edmiston, Lord Conservative
Elder, Lord Labour
Elis-Thomas, Lord Plaid Cymru
Elton, Lord Conservative
Elystan-Morgan, Lord Crossbench
Emerton, Baroness Crossbench
Empey, Lord Ulster Unionist Party
Erroll, Earl Crossbench
Evans of Parkside, Lord Labour
Evans of Temple Guiting, Lord Labour
Evans of Watford, Lord Labour
Ezra, Lord Liberal Democrat
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Falconer of Thoroton, Lord Labour
Falkender, Baroness Labour
Falkland, Viscount Crossbench
Falkner of Margravine, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Farrington of Ribbleton, Baroness Labour
Faulkner of Worcester, Lord Labour
Faulks, Lord Conservative
Fearn, Lord Liberal Democrat
Feldman, Lord Conservative
Feldman of Elstree, Lord Conservative
Fellowes, Lord Crossbench
Fellowes of West Stafford, Lord Conservative
Filkin, Lord Non-affiliated
Fink, Lord Conservative
Finkelstein, Lord Conservative
Finlay of Llandaff, Baroness Crossbench
Flather, Baroness Crossbench
Flight, Lord Conservative
Fookes, Baroness Conservative
Ford, Baroness Non-affiliated
Forsyth of Drumlean, Lord Conservative
Foster of Bishop Auckland, Lord Labour
Foulkes of Cumnock, Lord Labour
Fowler, Lord Conservative
Framlingham, Lord Conservative
Freeman, Lord Conservative
Freud, Lord Conservative
Freyberg, Lord Crossbench
Fritchie, Baroness Crossbench
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Gale, Baroness Labour
Garden of Frognal, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Gardiner of Kimble, Lord Conservative
Gardner of Parkes, Baroness Conservative
Garel-Jones, Lord Conservative
Gavron, Lord Labour
Geddes, Lord Conservative
German, Lord Liberal Democrat
Gibson of Market Rasen, Baroness Labour
Giddens, Lord Labour
Glasgow, Earl Liberal Democrat
Glasman, Lord Labour
Glenarthur, Lord Conservative
Glendonbrook, Lord Conservative
Glentoran, Lord Conservative
Gloucester, Bishop Bishops
Gold, Lord Conservative
Goldie, Baroness Conservative
Golding, Baroness Labour
Goldsmith, Lord Labour
Goodhart, Lord Liberal Democrat
Goodlad, Lord Conservative
Gordon of Strathblane, Lord Labour
Goschen, Viscount Conservative
Goudie, Baroness Labour
Gould of Potternewton, Baroness Labour
Grabiner, Lord Labour
Grade of Yarmouth, Lord Conservative
Graham of Edmonton, Lord Labour
Grantchester, Lord Labour
Greaves, Lord Liberal Democrat
Green of Hurstpierpoint, Lord Conservative
Greenfield, Baroness Crossbench
Greengross, Baroness Crossbench
Greenway, Lord Crossbench
Grender, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Grey-Thompson, Baroness Crossbench
Griffiths of Burry Port, Lord Labour
Griffiths of Fforestfach, Lord Conservative
Grocott, Lord Labour
Guthrie of Craigiebank, Lord Crossbench
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Hall of Birkenhead, Lord Crossbench
Hameed, Lord Crossbench
Hamilton of Epsom, Lord Conservative
Hamwee, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Hanham, Baroness Conservative
Hannay of Chiswick, Lord Crossbench
Hanningfield, Lord Non-affiliated
Hanworth, Viscount Labour
Hardie, Lord Crossbench
Harries of Pentregarth, Lord Crossbench
Harris of Haringey, Lord Labour
Harris of Peckham, Lord Conservative
Harris of Richmond, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Harrison, Lord Labour
Hart of Chilton, Lord Labour
Haskel, Lord Labour
Haskins, Lord Crossbench
Hastings of Scarisbrick, Lord Crossbench
Hattersley, Lord Labour
Haughey, Lord Labour
Haworth, Lord Labour
Hayman, Baroness Crossbench
Hayter of Kentish Town, Baroness Labour
Healey, Lord Labour
Healy of Primrose Hill, Baroness Labour
Henig, Baroness Labour
Henley, Lord Conservative
Hennessy of Nympsfield, Lord Crossbench
Heseltine, Lord Conservative
Heyhoe Flint, Baroness Conservative
Higgins, Lord Conservative
Hill of Oareford, Lord Conservative
Hilton of Eggardon, Baroness Labour
Hodgson of Abinger, Baroness Conservative
Hodgson of Astley Abbotts, Lord Conservative
Hogg, Baroness Crossbench
Hollick, Lord Labour
Hollins, Baroness Crossbench
Hollis of Heigham, Baroness Labour
Holmes of Richmond, Lord Conservative
Home, Earl Conservative
Hooper, Baroness Conservative
Hope of Craighead, Lord Crossbench
Horam, Lord Conservative
Howard of Lympne, Lord Conservative
Howard of Rising, Lord Conservative
Howarth of Breckland, Baroness Crossbench
Howarth of Newport, Lord Labour
Howe, Earl Conservative
Howe of Aberavon, Lord Conservative
Howe of Idlicote, Baroness Crossbench
Howell of Guildford, Lord Conservative
Howells of St Davids, Baroness Labour
Howie of Troon, Lord Labour
Hoyle, Lord Labour
Hughes of Stretford, Baroness Labour
Hughes of Woodside, Lord Labour
Humphreys, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Hunt of Chesterton, Lord Labour
Hunt of Kings Heath, Lord Labour
Hunt of Wirral, Lord Conservative
Hurd of Westwell, Lord Conservative
Hussain, Lord Liberal Democrat
Hussein-Ece, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Hutton, Lord Crossbench
Hutton of Furness, Lord Labour
Hylton, Lord Crossbench
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Imbert, Lord Crossbench
Inge, Lord Crossbench
Inglewood, Lord Conservative
Irvine of Lairg, Lord Labour
J back to top
Jacobs, Lord Non-affiliated
James of Blackheath, Lord Conservative
James of Holland Park, Baroness Conservative
Janner of Braunstone, Lord Labour
Janvrin, Lord Crossbench
Jay of Ewelme, Lord Crossbench
Jay of Paddington, Baroness Labour
Jenkin of Kennington, Baroness Conservative
Jenkin of Roding, Lord Conservative
Joffe, Lord Labour
Jolly, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Jones, Lord Labour
Jones of Birmingham, Lord Crossbench
Jones of Cheltenham, Lord Liberal Democrat
Jones of Moulsecoomb, Baroness Green
Jones of Whitchurch, Baroness Labour
Jopling, Lord Conservative
Jordan, Lord Labour
Judd, Lord Labour
Judge, Lord Crossbench
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Kakkar, Lord Crossbench
Kalms, Lord Non-affiliated
Kennedy of Cradley, Baroness Labour
Kennedy of Southwark, Lord Labour
Kennedy of The Shaws, Baroness Labour
Kerr of Kinlochard, Lord Crossbench
Kestenbaum, Lord Labour
Kidron, Baroness Crossbench
Kilclooney, Lord Crossbench
King of Bow, Baroness Labour
King of Bridgwater, Lord Conservative
King of Lothbury, Lord Crossbench
Kingsmill, Baroness Labour
Kinnock, Lord Labour
Kinnock of Holyhead, Baroness Labour
Kirkham, Lord Conservative
Kirkhill, Lord Labour
Kirkwood of Kirkhope, Lord Liberal Democrat
Knight of Collingtree, Baroness Conservative
Knight of Weymouth, Lord Labour
Kramer, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Krebs, Lord Crossbench
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Laird, Lord Non-affiliated
Laming, Lord Crossbench
Lamont of Lerwick, Lord Conservative
Lane-Fox of Soho, Baroness Crossbench
Lang of Monkton, Lord Conservative
Lawrence of Clarendon, Baroness Labour
Lawson of Blaby, Lord Conservative
Layard, Lord Labour
Lea of Crondall, Lord Labour
Leach of Fairford, Lord Conservative
Lee of Trafford, Lord Liberal Democrat
Leicester, Bishop Bishops
Leigh of Hurley, Lord Conservative
Leitch, Lord Labour
Lester of Herne Hill, Lord Liberal Democrat
Levene of Portsoken, Lord Crossbench
Levy, Lord Labour
Lewis of Newnham, Lord Crossbench
Lexden, Lord Conservative
Lichfield, Bishop Bishops
Liddell of Coatdyke, Baroness Labour
Liddle, Lord Labour
Lindsay, Earl Conservative
Lingfield, Lord Conservative
Linklater of Butterstone, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Lipsey, Lord Labour
Lister of Burtersett, Baroness Labour
Listowel, Earl Crossbench
Liverpool, Earl Conservative
Livingston of Parkhead, Lord Conservative
Lloyd of Berwick, Lord Crossbench
Lloyd-Webber, Lord Conservative
London, Bishop Bishops
Loomba, Lord Liberal Democrat
Lothian, Marquess Conservative
Low of Dalston, Lord Crossbench
Lucas, Lord Conservative
Luce, Lord Crossbench
Luke, Lord Conservative
Lyell, Lord Conservative
Lytton, Earl Crossbench
M back to top
McAvoy, Lord Labour
McCluskey, Lord Crossbench
McColl of Dulwich, Lord Conservative
McConnell of Glenscorrodale, Lord Labour
McDonagh, Baroness Labour
Macdonald of River Glaven, Lord Liberal Democrat
Macdonald of Tradeston, Lord Labour
McFall of Alcluith, Lord Labour
Macfarlane of Bearsden, Lord Conservative
MacGregor of Pulham Market, Lord Conservative
McIntosh of Hudnall, Baroness Labour
Mackay of Clashfern, Lord Conservative
Mackay of Drumadoon, Lord Crossbench
MacKenzie of Culkein, Lord Labour
McKenzie of Luton, Lord Labour
MacLaurin of Knebworth, Lord Conservative
Maclennan of Rogart, Lord Liberal Democrat
McNally, Lord Liberal Democrat
Maddock, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Magan of Castletown, Lord Conservative
Maginnis of Drumglass, Lord Independent Ulster Unionist
Mallalieu, Baroness Labour
Malloch-Brown, Lord Crossbench
Mancroft, Lord Conservative
Mandelson, Lord Labour
Manningham-Buller, Baroness Crossbench
Manzoor, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Mar, Countess Crossbench
Mar and Kellie, Earl Liberal Democrat
Marks of Henley-on-Thames, Lord Liberal Democrat
Marland, Lord Conservative
Marlesford, Lord Conservative
Martin of Springburn, Lord Crossbench
Masham of Ilton, Baroness Crossbench
Massey of Darwen, Baroness Labour
Mawhinney, Lord Conservative
Mawson, Lord Crossbench
Maxton, Lord Labour
May of Oxford, Lord Crossbench
Mayhew of Twysden, Lord Conservative
Meacher, Baroness Crossbench
Mendelsohn, Lord Labour
Methuen, Lord Liberal Democrat
Miller of Chilthorne Domer, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Miller of Hendon, Baroness Conservative
Mitchell, Lord Labour
Mogg, Lord Crossbench
Monks, Lord Labour
Montagu of Beaulieu, Lord Conservative
Montgomery of Alamein, Viscount Crossbench
Montrose, Duke Conservative
Moonie, Lord Labour
Moore of Lower Marsh, Lord Conservative
Morgan, Lord Labour
Morgan of Drefelin, Baroness Crossbench
Morgan of Ely, Baroness Labour
Morgan of Huyton, Baroness Labour
Morris of Aberavon, Lord Labour
Morris of Bolton, Baroness Conservative
Morris of Handsworth, Lord Labour
Morris of Yardley, Baroness Labour
Morrow, Lord Democratic Unionist
Moser, Lord Crossbench
Moynihan, Lord Conservative
Murphy, Baroness Crossbench
Myners, Lord Non-affiliated
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Naseby, Lord Conservative
Nash, Lord Conservative
Neill of Bladen, Lord Crossbench
Neuberger, Baroness Crossbench
Neville-Jones, Baroness Conservative
Neville-Rolfe, Baroness Conservative
Newby, Lord Liberal Democrat
Newcastle, Bishop Bishops
Newlove, Baroness Conservative
Nicholson of Winterbourne, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Nickson, Lord Crossbench
Noakes, Baroness Conservative
Noon, Lord Labour
Northbourne, Lord Crossbench
Northbrook, Lord Conservative
Northover, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Norton of Louth, Lord Conservative
Norwich, Bishop Bishops
Nye, Baroness Labour
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Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay, Lord Liberal Democrat
O'Cathain, Baroness Conservative
O'Donnell, Lord Crossbench
O'Loan, Baroness Crossbench
O'Neill of Bengarve, Baroness Crossbench
O'Neill of Clackmannan, Lord Labour
Oppenheim-Barnes, Baroness Conservative
Ouseley, Lord Crossbench
Owen, Lord Independent Social Democrat
Oxburgh, Lord Crossbench
Oxford, Bishop Bishops
P back to top
Paddick, Lord Liberal Democrat
Palmer, Lord Crossbench
Palmer of Childs Hill, Lord Liberal Democrat
Palumbo, Lord Conservative
Palumbo of Southwark, Lord Liberal Democrat
Pannick, Lord Crossbench
Parekh, Lord Labour
Parkinson, Lord Conservative
Parminter, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Patel, Lord Crossbench
Patel of Blackburn, Lord Labour
Patel of Bradford, Lord Labour
Patten, Lord Conservative
Patten of Barnes, Lord Crossbench
Paul, Lord Non-affiliated
Pearson of Rannoch, Lord UK Independence Party
Peel, Earl Crossbench
Pendry, Lord Labour
Perry of Southwark, Baroness Conservative
Peston, Lord Labour
Peterborough, Bishop Bishops
Phillips of Sudbury, Lord Liberal Democrat
Phillips of Worth Matravers, Lord Crossbench
Pitkeathley, Baroness Labour
Plant of Highfield, Lord Labour
Plumb, Lord Conservative
Ponsonby of Shulbrede, Lord Labour
Popat, Lord Conservative
Portsmouth, Bishop Bishops
Powell of Bayswater, Lord Crossbench
Prashar, Baroness Crossbench
Prescott, Lord Labour
Prosser, Baroness Labour
Purvis of Tweed, Lord Liberal Democrat
Puttnam, Lord Labour
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Quin, Baroness Labour
Quirk, Lord Crossbench
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Radice, Lord Labour
Ramsay of Cartvale, Baroness Labour
Ramsbotham, Lord Crossbench
Rana, Lord Crossbench
Randerson, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Rawlings, Baroness Conservative
Razzall, Lord Liberal Democrat
Rea, Lord Labour
Redesdale, Lord Liberal Democrat
Rees of Ludlow, Lord Crossbench
Reid of Cardowan, Lord Labour
Rendell of Babergh, Baroness Labour
Renfrew of Kaimsthorn, Lord Conservative
Rennard, Lord Liberal Democrat Independent
Renton of Mount Harry, Lord Conservative
Renwick of Clifton, Lord Crossbench
Ribeiro, Lord Conservative
Richard, Lord Labour
Richards of Herstmonceux, Lord Crossbench
Richardson of Calow, Baroness Crossbench
Ridley, Viscount Conservative
Risby, Lord Conservative
Rix, Lord Crossbench
Roberts of Llandudno, Lord Liberal Democrat
Robertson of Port Ellen, Lord Labour
Rochester, Bishop Bishops
Rodgers of Quarry Bank, Lord Liberal Democrat
Rogan, Lord Ulster Unionist Party
Rogers of Riverside, Lord Labour
Rooker, Lord Labour
Roper, Lord Liberal Democrat
Rosser, Lord Labour
Rosslyn, Earl Crossbench
Rotherwick, Lord Conservative
Rowe-Beddoe, Lord Crossbench
Rowlands, Lord Labour
Royall of Blaisdon, Baroness Labour
Ryder of Wensum, Lord Conservative
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Saatchi, Lord Conservative
Sacks, Lord Crossbench
St Albans, Bishop Bishops
St John of Bletso, Lord Crossbench
Saltoun of Abernethy, Lady Crossbench
Sanderson of Bowden, Lord Conservative
Sandwich, Earl Crossbench
Sassoon, Lord Conservative
Saville of Newdigate, Lord Crossbench
Sawyer, Lord Labour
Scotland of Asthal, Baroness Labour
Scott of Foscote, Lord Crossbench
Scott of Needham Market, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Seccombe, Baroness Conservative
Selborne, Earl Conservative
Selkirk of Douglas, Lord Conservative
Selsdon, Lord Conservative
Sewel, Lord Non-affiliated
Shackleton of Belgravia, Baroness Conservative
Sharkey, Lord Liberal Democrat
Sharman, Lord Liberal Democrat
Sharp of Guildford, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Sharples, Baroness Conservative
Shaw of Northstead, Lord Conservative
Sheffield, Bishop Bishops
Sheikh, Lord Conservative
Sheldon, Lord Labour
Shephard of Northwold, Baroness Conservative
Sheppard of Didgemere, Lord Conservative
Sherbourne of Didsbury, Lord Conservative
Sherlock, Baroness Labour
Shipley, Lord Liberal Democrat
Shrewsbury, Earl Conservative
Shutt of Greetland, Lord Liberal Democrat
Simon, Viscount Labour
Singh of Wimbledon, Lord Crossbench
Skelmersdale, Lord Conservative
Skidelsky, Lord Crossbench
Slim, Viscount Crossbench
Smith of Basildon, Baroness Labour
Smith of Clifton, Lord Liberal Democrat
Smith of Finsbury, Lord Non-affiliated
Smith of Gilmorehill, Baroness Labour
Smith of Kelvin, Lord Crossbench
Smith of Leigh, Lord Labour
Snape, Lord Labour
Soley, Lord Labour
Soulsby of Swaffham Prior, Lord Conservative
Spicer, Lord Conservative
Stair, Earl Crossbench
Stedman-Scott, Baroness Conservative
Steel of Aikwood, Lord Liberal Democrat
Stephen, Lord Liberal Democrat
Sterling of Plaistow, Lord Conservative
Stern, Baroness Crossbench
Stern of Brentford, Lord Crossbench
Stevens of Kirkwhelpington, Lord Crossbench
Stevens of Ludgate, Lord UK Independence Party
Stevenson of Balmacara, Lord Labour
Stevenson of Coddenham, Lord Crossbench
Stewartby, Lord Conservative
Steyn, Lord Crossbench
Stirrup, Lord Crossbench
Stoddart of Swindon, Lord Independent Labour
Stone of Blackheath, Lord Labour
Stoneham of Droxford, Lord Liberal Democrat
Storey, Lord Liberal Democrat
Stowell of Beeston, Baroness Conservative
Strasburger, Lord Liberal Democrat
Strathclyde, Lord Conservative
Sugar, Lord Labour
Sutherland of Houndwood, Lord Crossbench
Suttie, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Swinfen, Lord Conservative
Symons of Vernham Dean, Baroness Labour
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Tanlaw, Lord Crossbench
Taverne, Lord Liberal Democrat
Taylor of Blackburn, Lord Labour
Taylor of Bolton, Baroness Labour
Taylor of Goss Moor, Lord Liberal Democrat
Taylor of Holbeach, Lord Conservative
Taylor of Warwick, Lord Non-affiliated
Tebbit, Lord Conservative
Temple-Morris, Lord Labour
Tenby, Viscount Crossbench
Teverson, Lord Liberal Democrat
Thomas of Gresford, Lord Liberal Democrat
Thomas of Swynnerton, Lord Crossbench
Thomas of Walliswood, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Thomas of Winchester, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Thornton, Baroness Labour
Tombs, Lord Crossbench
Tomlinson, Lord Labour
Tonge, Baroness Independent Liberal Democrat
Tope, Lord Liberal Democrat
Tordoff, Lord Liberal Democrat
Touhig, Lord Labour
Trees, Lord Crossbench
Trefgarne, Lord Conservative
Trenchard, Viscount Conservative
Triesman, Lord Labour
Trimble, Lord Conservative
True, Lord Conservative
Trumpington, Baroness Conservative
Truro, Bishop Bishops
Truscott, Lord Non-affiliated
Tugendhat, Lord Conservative
Tunnicliffe, Lord Labour
Turnberg, Lord Labour
Turnbull, Lord Crossbench
Turner of Camden, Baroness Labour
Turner of Ecchinswell, Lord Crossbench
Tyler, Lord Liberal Democrat
Tyler of Enfield, Baroness Liberal Democrat
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Uddin, Baroness Non-affiliated
Ullswater, Viscount Conservative
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Valentine, Baroness Crossbench
Vallance of Tummel, Lord Liberal Democrat
Verjee, Lord Liberal Democrat
Verma, Baroness Conservative
Vinson, Lord Conservative
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Waddington, Lord Conservative
Wade of Chorlton, Lord Conservative
Wakeham, Lord Conservative
Waldegrave of North Hill, Lord Conservative
Walker of Aldringham, Lord Crossbench
Walker of Gestingthorpe, Lord Crossbench
Wall of New Barnet, Baroness Labour
Wallace of Saltaire, Lord Liberal Democrat
Wallace of Tankerness, Lord Liberal Democrat
Walmsley, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Walpole, Lord Crossbench
Walton of Detchant, Lord Crossbench
Warner, Lord Labour
Warnock, Baroness Crossbench
Warsi, Baroness Conservative
Warwick of Undercliffe, Baroness Labour
Wasserman, Lord Conservative
Watson of Invergowrie, Lord Labour
Watson of Richmond, Lord Liberal Democrat
Wei, Lord Conservative
Weidenfeld, Lord Crossbench
West of Spithead, Lord Labour
Wheatcroft, Baroness Conservative
Wheeler, Baroness Labour
Whitaker, Baroness Labour
Whitby, Lord Conservative
Whitty, Lord Labour
Wigley, Lord Plaid Cymru
Wilcox, Baroness Conservative
Wilkins, Baroness Labour
Williams of Baglan, Lord Crossbench
Williams of Crosby, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Williams of Elvel, Lord Labour
Williams of Oystermouth, Lord Crossbench
Williams of Trafford, Baroness Conservative
Williamson of Horton, Lord Crossbench
Willis of Knaresborough, Lord Liberal Democrat
Willoughby de Broke, Lord UK Independence Party
Wills, Lord Labour
Wilson of Dinton, Lord Crossbench
Wilson of Tillyorn, Lord Crossbench
Winchester, Bishop Bishops
Winston, Lord Labour
Wolfson of Aspley Guise, Lord Conservative
Wolfson of Sunningdale, Lord Conservative
Wood of Anfield, Lord Labour
Woolf, Lord Crossbench
Woolmer of Leeds, Lord Labour
Worcester, Bishop Bishops
Worthington, Baroness Labour
Wrigglesworth, Lord Liberal Democrat
Wright of Richmond, Lord Crossbench
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York, Archbishop Bishops
Young of Graffham, Lord Conservative
Young of Hornsey, Baroness Crossbench
Young of Norwood Green, Lord Labour
Young of Old Scone, Baroness Non-affiliated
Younger of Leckie, Viscount Conservative

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