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Learn about their experience, knowledge and interests
Find out about the role of Parliament’s two Houses
Learn about the history and evolution of Parliament
Find out how you can get involved in the work of Parliament
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These tables show eligible members of the House of Lords who can scrutinise bills, investigate government activity through committee work, and question government through oral questions and debates.
These tables exclude ineligible members.
* Made up of life peers under the Appellate Jurisdiction Act 1876 and the Life Peerages Act 1958
** Made up of hereditary peers elected by parties and groups, or by the whole House
The information on this page is updated daily when the House of Lords is in session, and at least weekly during recess.