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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Adebowale, Lord Crossbench
Afshar, Baroness Crossbench
Ahmad of Wimbledon, Lord Conservative
Armstrong of Hill Top, Baroness Labour
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Bakewell, Baroness Labour
Barker, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Benjamin, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Bertin, Baroness Conservative
Browne of Belmont, Lord Democratic Unionist Party
Byford, Baroness Conservative
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Campbell of Surbiton, Baroness Crossbench
Carey of Clifton, Lord Crossbench
Carlisle, Bishop Bishops
Chester, Bishop Bishops
Courtown, Earl Conservative
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Deech, Baroness Crossbench
Derby, Bishop Bishops
Durham, Bishop Bishops
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Eames, Lord Crossbench
Eaton, Baroness Conservative
Elton, Lord Conservative
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Farmer, Lord Conservative
Filkin, Lord Non-affiliated
Flather, Baroness Crossbench
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Gardner of Parkes, Baroness Conservative
Gould of Potternewton, Baroness Labour
Greaves, Lord Liberal Democrat
Greengross, Baroness Crossbench
Griffiths of Burry Port, Lord Labour
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Hanham, Baroness Conservative
Healy of Primrose Hill, Baroness Labour
Hollins, Baroness Crossbench
Hollis of Heigham, Baroness Labour
Howarth of Breckland, Baroness Crossbench
Howells of St Davids, Baroness Labour
Hughes of Stretford, Baroness Labour
Hussain, Lord Liberal Democrat
Hylton, Lord Crossbench
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Jones of Whitchurch, Baroness Labour
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Kennedy of Cradley, Baroness Labour
Kinnock of Holyhead, Baroness Labour
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Levy, Lord Labour
Lister of Burtersett, Baroness Labour
Listowel, Earl Crossbench
Loomba, Lord Crossbench
Lytton, Earl Crossbench
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McDonagh, Baroness Labour
McInnes of Kilwinning, Lord Conservative
Mackay of Clashfern, Lord Conservative
Massey of Darwen, Baroness Labour
Morgan of Drefelin, Baroness Crossbench
Morris of Handsworth, Lord Labour
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Neuberger, Baroness Crossbench
Northbourne, Lord Crossbench
Norwich, Bishop Bishops
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Ouseley, Lord Crossbench
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Patel of Bradford, Lord Non-affiliated
Pendry, Lord Labour
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Richardson of Calow, Baroness Crossbench
Rochester, Bishop Bishops
Rooker, Lord Labour
Royall of Blaisdon, Baroness Labour
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Sacks, Lord Crossbench
Scott of Needham Market, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Seccombe, Baroness Conservative
Sherlock, Baroness Labour
Stedman-Scott, Baroness Conservative
Stunell, Lord Liberal Democrat
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Thornton, Baroness Labour
Tyler of Enfield, Baroness Liberal Democrat
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Uddin, Baroness Non-affiliated
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Warsi, Baroness Conservative
Williams of Oystermouth, Lord Crossbench
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York, Archbishop Bishops
Younger of Leckie, Viscount Conservative

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