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Read the latest Library notes from the House of Lords Library

Read the latest Library notes from the House of Lords Library


25 March 2015This Note provides a summary of the proposals for reform of the House of Lords that were made during the 201015 parliament.

20 March 2015This Note sets out some of the key issues that have been put forward as being important when a process of constitutional review or reform is being devised and briefly highlights examples of the different structures used during such processes both in the UK and around the world. The Note ends with an overview of the latest known positions of a selection of political parties represented in the current House of Commons on the case for holding a constitutional convention.

19 March 2015This Library Note provides a short overview of the role and functions of some of the key office holders in the House of Lords.

27 February 2015This Library Note provides background reading for Members in advance of the debate to be held on 5 March 2015 on 'Womens Economic Empowerment both Nationally and Internationally'.

13 February 2015This Note discusses the development of retirement provisions in the House of Lords, and considers additional proposals put forward by forums such as that have been raised by the Leaders Group on Members Leaving the House and the House of Commons Political and Constitutional Reform Select Committee (for example, the possibility of introducing a compulsory retirement age). The Note also contains brief analysis and information on the eight Members that have taken voluntary retirement so far.

09 February 2015This Note sets out how the House of Lords is structured, governed and managed, including joint working with the House of Commons.

03 February 2015The Lords Spiritual (Women) Bill would introduce time limited provisions to enable female diocesan bishops to be fast-tracked into the House of Lords as members of the Lords Spiritual. This Library Note provides a brief summary of the process by which English diocesan bishops are appointed to the House of Lords. It then discusses the provisions of the Lords Spiritual (Women) Bill and the Bills House of Commons Stages.

29 January 2015This Note will consider the background to the introduction of the Magna Carta and consider the influence the Magna Carta has had in the 800 years since its creation.

19 December 2014As at 16 December 2014, the total membership of the House of Lords was 847. However, excluding those currently ineligible to sit (such as members on leave of absence or those holding particular posts), the actual membership was 791. The average attendance of the House of Lords in the 201314 session was 497.

08 December 2014On 11 December 2014, the House of Lords is scheduled to debate the following motion: that this House takes note of the case for enabling economic leadership for cities.

05 December 2014On 11 December 2014, the House of Lords is scheduled to debate the following motion: that this House takes note of the case for establishing new global development goals in 2015.

03 December 2014This note provides an overview of the Childcare Payments Bill, and its passage through the House of Commons earlier this year, ahead of its second reading in the House of Lords on 9 December 2014.

03 December 2014This Library Note contains a brief history of the Library from its foundation in 1826 to the present day.

03 December 2014This Library Note provides information on the work of select committees in the House of Lords. It gives historical background to the development of Lords select committees, as well as an overview of current select committee activity.

01 December 2014On 5 December 2014, the House of Lords is scheduled to debate the following motion: that this House takes note of the role of soft power and non-military options in conflict prevention.

28 November 2014This Library Note provides background reading ahead of the Bills second reading in the House of Lords on 2 December 2014.

20 November 2014On 27 November 2014, the House of Lords is scheduled to debate the following motion: that this House takes note of the case for arts education in schools

17 November 2014This Library Note provides background reading for Members in advance of the debate to be held on 20 November 2014: that this House takes note of the Azure card.

13 November 2014This Library Note provides information on the Modern Slavery Bill, which is due for second reading in the House of Lords on 17 November 2014.

10 November 2014On 20 November 2014, the House of Lords is scheduled to debate the following motion: that this House takes note of the impact of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child on childrens and young peoples online and digital interactions

 


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