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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Anderson of Swansea, Lord Labour
Arbuthnot of Edrom, Lord Conservative
Arran, Earl Conservative
Astor of Hever, Lord Conservative
Attlee, Earl Conservative
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Bilimoria, Lord Crossbench
Boyce, Lord Crossbench
Brookeborough, Viscount Crossbench
Browne of Ladyton, Lord Labour
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Campbell of Pittenweem, Lord Liberal Democrat
Carlisle, Bishop Bishops
Chelmsford, Bishop Bishops
Clark of Windermere, Lord Labour
Cohen of Pimlico, Baroness Labour
Colgrain, Lord Conservative
Cork and Orrery, Earl Crossbench
Craig of Radley, Lord Crossbench
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Dannatt, Lord Crossbench
Davies of Stamford, Lord Labour
De Mauley, Lord Conservative
Dear, Lord Crossbench
Dunlop, Lord Conservative
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Evans of Watford, Lord Labour
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Fairfax of Cameron, Lord Conservative
Falkner of Margravine, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Fookes, Baroness Conservative
Foulkes of Cumnock, Lord Labour
Fox, Lord Liberal Democrat
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Garden of Frognal, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Garnier, Lord Conservative
Glenarthur, Lord Conservative
Guthrie of Craigiebank, Lord Crossbench
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Hamilton of Epsom, Lord Conservative
Harris of Richmond, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Haworth, Lord Labour
Helic, Baroness Conservative
Hogan-Howe, Lord Crossbench
Holmes of Richmond, Lord Conservative
Houghton of Richmond, Lord Crossbench
Howe, Earl Conservative
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Janvrin, Lord Crossbench
Jay of Ewelme, Lord Crossbench
Jolly, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Jopling, Lord Conservative
Judd, Lord Labour
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Lee of Trafford, Lord Liberal Democrat
Leeds, Bishop Bishops
Levene of Portsoken, Lord Crossbench
Liddell of Coatdyke, Baroness Labour
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McIntosh of Pickering, Baroness Conservative
MacKenzie of Culkein, Lord Labour
Malloch-Brown, Lord Crossbench
Marlesford, Lord Conservative
Morris of Aberavon, Lord Labour
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Naseby, Lord Conservative
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Owen, Lord Independent Social Democrat
Oxford and Asquith, Earl Liberal Democrat
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Palmer of Childs Hill, Lord Liberal Democrat
Portsmouth, Bishop Bishops
Powell of Bayswater, Lord Crossbench
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Ramsbotham, Lord Crossbench
Rawlings, Baroness Conservative
Reid of Cardowan, Lord Labour
Ribeiro, Lord Conservative
Richards of Herstmonceux, Lord Crossbench
Ricketts, Lord Crossbench
Robathan, Lord Conservative
Robertson of Port Ellen, Lord Labour
Rotherwick, Lord Conservative
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Seccombe, Baroness Conservative
Selkirk of Douglas, Lord Conservative
Selsdon, Lord Conservative
Shrewsbury, Earl Conservative
Simon, Viscount Labour
Smith of Newnham, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Soley, Lord Labour
Somerset, Duke Crossbench
Stern, Baroness Crossbench
Swinfen, Lord Conservative
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Tebbit, Lord Conservative
Trenchard, Viscount Conservative
Triesman, Lord Labour
Truscott, Lord Independent Labour
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Walker of Aldringham, Lord Crossbench
West of Spithead, Lord Labour
Wilcox, Baroness Conservative
Williams of Elvel, Lord Labour

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