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Volume 22, Number 4, April 2013


House of Lords reform: the
international perspective
Caroline Gill
You can use this extension piece alongside the article, `The House of Lords: why is it so difficult to
reform?', by Paul Fairclough on p.18 of this issue of the magazine. Here, Caroline Gill…

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With over 750 members, the current House of Lords is substantially larger than any other second
chamber and the Reform Bill proposed to reduce this to 450 senators. Half of all upper chambers
contain between 50 and 200 members, with the nearest in size to the House of Lords…


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