Members of the House of Lords

Members of the Lords help to make and shape laws and hold the government to account. Many members remain active in their careers and draw on this experience in their work in the House

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Ahmad of Wimbledon, Lord Conservative
Allen of Kensington, Lord Labour
Altmann, Baroness Conservative
Anderson of Swansea, Lord Labour
Anelay of St Johns, Baroness Conservative
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Bakewell, Baroness Labour
Balfe, Lord Conservative
Bates, Lord Conservative
Beith, Lord Liberal Democrat
Berkeley, Lord Labour
Bilimoria, Lord Crossbench
Billingham, Baroness Labour
Bowness, Lord Conservative
Bridgeman, Viscount Conservative
Brookeborough, Viscount Crossbench
Brown of Cambridge, Baroness Crossbench
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Campbell of Pittenweem, Lord Liberal Democrat
Canterbury, Archbishop Bishops
Cashman, Lord Labour
Chalker of Wallasey, Baroness Conservative
Chester, Bishop Bishops
Christopher, Lord Labour
Cohen of Pimlico, Baroness Labour
Cooper of Windrush, Lord Conservative
Cormack, Lord Conservative
Coussins, Baroness Crossbench
Coventry, Bishop Bishops
Cromwell, Lord Crossbench
Curry of Kirkharle, Lord Crossbench
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Davies of Stamford, Lord Labour
Deben, Lord Conservative
Desai, Lord Labour
Dholakia, Lord Liberal Democrat
Dobbs, Lord Conservative
Donaghy, Baroness Labour
Dunlop, Lord Conservative
Dykes, Lord Crossbench
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Eames, Lord Crossbench
Elis-Thomas, Lord Non-affiliated
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Fairfax of Cameron, Lord Conservative
Falkner of Margravine, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Flight, Lord Conservative
Foulkes of Cumnock, Lord Labour
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German, Lord Liberal Democrat
Giddens, Lord Labour
Goldsmith, Lord Labour
Grocott, Lord Labour
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Hain, Lord Labour
Hamilton of Epsom, Lord Conservative
Hanham, Baroness Conservative
Hannay of Chiswick, Lord Crossbench
Harris of Richmond, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Harrison, Lord Labour
Haselhurst, Lord Conservative
Haskel, Lord Labour
Haskins, Lord Crossbench
Helic, Baroness Conservative
Henig, Baroness Labour
Higgins, Lord Conservative
Hogan-Howe, Lord Crossbench
Hope of Craighead, Lord Crossbench
Horam, Lord Conservative
Howarth of Breckland, Baroness Crossbench
Howell of Guildford, Lord Conservative
Hunt of Chesterton, Lord Labour
Hylton, Lord Crossbench
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Inglewood, Lord Non-affiliated
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Jay of Ewelme, Lord Crossbench
Judd, Lord Labour
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Kalms, Lord Non-affiliated
Kennedy of Southwark, Lord Labour
Kerr of Kinlochard, Lord Crossbench
Kilclooney, Lord Crossbench
Kinnock, Lord Labour
Kinnock of Holyhead, Baroness Labour
Krebs, Lord Crossbench
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Lansley, Lord Conservative
Leeds, Bishop Bishops
Lester of Herne Hill, Lord Non-affiliated
Liddell of Coatdyke, Baroness Labour
Liddle, Lord Labour
Lilley, Lord Conservative
Livingston of Parkhead, Lord Conservative
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McConnell of Glenscorrodale, Lord Labour
McDonagh, Baroness Labour
McGregor-Smith, Baroness Conservative
McIntosh of Pickering, Baroness Conservative
McNally, Lord Liberal Democrat
Maddock, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Masham of Ilton, Baroness Crossbench
Massey of Darwen, Baroness Labour
Mawson, Lord Crossbench
Mogg, Lord Crossbench
Monks, Lord Labour
Montrose, Duke Conservative
Morgan, Lord Labour
Morgan of Ely, Baroness Labour
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Neuberger, Baroness Crossbench
Neville-Rolfe, Baroness Conservative
Newby, Lord Liberal Democrat
Northbrook, Lord Conservative
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Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay, Lord Non-affiliated
Oates, Lord Liberal Democrat
O'Cathain, Baroness Conservative
Owen, Lord Independent Social Democrat
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Pannick, Lord Crossbench
Powell of Bayswater, Lord Crossbench
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Quin, Baroness Labour
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Rana, Lord Conservative
Randerson, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Rawlings, Baroness Conservative
Rees of Ludlow, Lord Crossbench
Ribeiro, Lord Conservative
Richards of Herstmonceux, Lord Crossbench
Ricketts, Lord Crossbench
Robertson of Port Ellen, Lord Labour
Rowlands, Lord Labour
Royall of Blaisdon, Baroness Labour
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Sandwich, Earl Crossbench
Soley, Lord Labour
Somerset, Duke Crossbench
Stevens of Ludgate, Lord UK Independence Party
Stoddart of Swindon, Lord Independent Labour
Stunell, Lord Liberal Democrat
Suttie, Baroness Liberal Democrat
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Taverne, Lord Liberal Democrat
Taylor of Goss Moor, Lord Liberal Democrat
Teverson, Lord Liberal Democrat
Thomas of Cwmgiedd, Lord Crossbench
Tope, Lord Liberal Democrat
Truscott, Lord Independent Labour
Tugendhat, Lord Conservative
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Valentine, Baroness Crossbench
Vinson, Lord Conservative
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Walker of Gestingthorpe, Lord Crossbench
Wallace of Saltaire, Lord Liberal Democrat
Watson of Richmond, Lord Liberal Democrat
Whitty, Lord Labour
Wigley, Lord Plaid Cymru
Willoughby de Broke, Lord UK Independence Party
Wilson of Tillyorn, Lord Crossbench
Wood of Anfield, Lord Labour
Wrigglesworth, Lord Liberal Democrat
Wright of Richmond, Lord Crossbench
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Young of Hornsey, Baroness Crossbench

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