Evidence continues on House of Lords reform

13 June 2013

The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee is to hold the second in a series of oral evidence sessions into what smaller-scale changes to the membership and structure of the House of Lords would be likely to command a consensus.

The Committee will hear from four commentators on Lords reform who between them have a vast understanding of the House of Lords. They will be able to offer insights into how smaller-scale changes could have an impact on the Lords’ work.   


Thursday 13 June 2013, Wilson Room, Portcullis House.

At 10.00 am:

  • Lord Goodlad KCMG PC
  • Professor The Lord Norton of Louth
  • Lord Hennessy of Nympsfield FBA
  • Lord Tyler

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