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The independent House of Lords Appointments Commission announced on 5 February that four non-party political Peers will join the House of Lords and sit as Crossbench Members of the House.
New Members who will join the House of Lords
The new Members will join the House of Lords at a later date, and their titles will also be decided at a later date.
The House of Lords Appointments Commission is an independent, non-statutory advisory body set up by the Prime Minister to make recommendations for non-party-political peerages.
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