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These notes explain what the figures for expenses and allowances cover, and apply to each financial year starting from 2001/02
A new system of financial support came into effect on 1 October 2010. Explanatory notes before that date apply to previous schemes of financial support.
Explanatory notes for House of Lords members' expenses in 2017/18
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The Code of Conduct requires Members of the Lords to register financial interests that might reasonably be thought to influence their parliamentary actions.
The Sub-Committee on Lords' Conduct undertakes detailed consideration of matters relating to the Code of Conduct.