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
Altmann, Baroness Conservative
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Baker of Dorking, Lord Conservative
Bilimoria, Lord Crossbench
Billingham, Baroness Labour
Birmingham, Bishop Bishops
Bloomfield of Hinton Waldrist, Baroness Conservative
Brabazon of Tara, Lord Conservative
Brookeborough, Viscount Crossbench
Burns, Lord Crossbench
Burt of Solihull, Baroness Liberal Democrat
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Canterbury, Archbishop Bishops
Carrington of Fulham, Lord Conservative
Carter of Barnes, Lord Non-affiliated
Chester, Bishop Bishops
Christopher, Lord Labour
Coe, Lord Conservative
Cohen of Pimlico, Baroness Labour
Cooper of Windrush, Lord Non-affiliated
Cork and Orrery, Earl Crossbench
Cotter, Lord Liberal Democrat
Courtown, Earl Conservative
Couttie, Baroness Conservative
Cromwell, Lord Crossbench
Curry of Kirkharle, Lord Crossbench
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Davidson of Glen Clova, Lord Labour
Davies of Oldham, Lord Labour
Davies of Stamford, Lord Labour
De Mauley, Lord Conservative
Desai, Lord Labour
Donoughue, Lord Labour
Doocey, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Dunlop, Lord Conservative
Dykes, Lord Crossbench
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Evans of Watford, Lord Labour
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Falkner of Margravine, Baroness Liberal Democrat
Flight, Lord Conservative
Ford, Baroness Crossbench
Fox, Lord Liberal Democrat
Freud, Lord Conservative
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Glendonbrook, Lord Conservative
Goldsmith, Lord Labour
Gordon of Strathblane, Lord Labour
Grabiner, Lord Crossbench
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Hain, Lord Labour
Hamilton of Epsom, Lord Conservative
Hanworth, Viscount Labour
Harding of Winscombe, Baroness Conservative
Harrison, Lord Labour
Haskel, Lord Labour
Haskins, Lord Crossbench
Hodgson of Astley Abbotts, Lord Conservative
Hollick, Lord Labour
Holmes of Richmond, Lord Conservative
Home, Earl Conservative
Horam, Lord Conservative
Howell of Guildford, Lord Conservative
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Kalms, Lord Non-affiliated
Kerr of Kinlochard, Lord Crossbench
Kilclooney, Lord Crossbench
Kinnock, Lord Labour
Kramer, Baroness Liberal Democrat
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Lang of Monkton, Lord Conservative
Lawson of Blaby, Lord Conservative
Layard, Lord Labour
Lea of Crondall, Lord Labour
Leitch, Lord Labour
Levene of Portsoken, Lord Crossbench
Liddell of Coatdyke, Baroness Labour
Liddle, Lord Labour
Livermore, Lord Labour
Livingston of Parkhead, Lord Conservative
Lupton, Lord Conservative
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McDonagh, Baroness Labour
McGregor-Smith, Baroness Conservative
Macpherson of Earl's Court, Lord Crossbench
Malloch-Brown, Lord Crossbench
Monks, Lord Labour
Morris of Handsworth, Lord Labour
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Naseby, Lord Conservative
Newby, Lord Liberal Democrat
Newcastle, Bishop Bishops
Northbrook, Lord Conservative
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Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay, Lord Non-affiliated
O'Cathain, Baroness Conservative
O'Donnell, Lord Crossbench
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Palmer of Childs Hill, Lord Liberal Democrat
Paul, Lord Non-affiliated
Popat, Lord Conservative
Portsmouth, Bishop Bishops
Powell of Bayswater, Lord Crossbench
Price, Lord Conservative
Prior of Brampton, Lord Non-affiliated
Purvis of Tweed, Lord Liberal Democrat
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Razzall, Lord Liberal Democrat
Redfern, Baroness Conservative
Richards of Herstmonceux, Lord Crossbench
Rose of Monewden, Lord Conservative
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St Albans, Bishop Bishops
Sawyer, Lord Labour
Selsdon, Lord Conservative
Sherbourne of Didsbury, Lord Conservative
Shipley, Lord Liberal Democrat
Smith of Kelvin, Lord Crossbench
Soley, Lord Labour
Stedman-Scott, Baroness Conservative
Stephen, Lord Liberal Democrat
Stevens of Ludgate, Lord Conservative Independent
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Taverne, Lord Liberal Democrat
Taylor of Goss Moor, Lord Liberal Democrat
Teverson, Lord Liberal Democrat
Thomas of Cwmgiedd, Lord Crossbench
Trenchard, Viscount Conservative
Triesman, Lord Labour
Tugendhat, Lord Conservative
Turnbull, Lord Crossbench
Turner of Ecchinswell, Lord Crossbench
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Valentine, Baroness Crossbench
Vallance of Tummel, Lord Liberal Democrat
Vaux of Harrowden, Lord Crossbench
Vere of Norbiton, Baroness Conservative
Vinson, Lord Conservative
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Warsi, Baroness Conservative
Watson of Richmond, Lord Liberal Democrat
Wheatcroft, Baroness Conservative
Williams of Elvel, Lord Labour
Willoughby de Broke, Lord Non-affiliated
Wolf of Dulwich, Baroness Crossbench
Wood of Anfield, Lord Labour
Wrigglesworth, Lord Liberal Democrat

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