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Inquiry status - Report published, Government Response received
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee had decided to conduct an inquiry into what smaller-scale changes to the membership and structure of the House of Lords would be likely to command a consensus. The Committee issued a call for written evidence that addressed some or all of the following points:
Oral and written evidence
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee publish Government Response
Committee proposes small scale reforms
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee will publish its Ninth Report of Session 2013-14 on House of Lords reform: what next?
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee will hear from three peers with a long track record of involvement in the debate over House of Lords reform as well as hearing from the Clerk of the Parliaments, David Beamish.
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee is to hold its penultimate oral evidence session into what smaller-scale changes to the membership and structure of the House of Lords would be likely to command a consensus.
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee holds evidence session at 10am
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee will hold its first oral evidence session on its inquiry into House of Lords reform
Volume I: Report, together with formal minutes and oral evidence
Volume II: additional written evidence