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The House of Lords

House of Lords reform has been one of the most controversial areas of constitutional reform since 1997.

Here are two excellent posts by Andrew Blick from the Democratic Audit blog:

This one looks at the consequences of an elected chamber for the constitution


While this second piece argues that the piecemeal nature of the reform attempted since 1997 has been the reason for its failure.





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