The elected hereditaries

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Hereditary peers elected to stay on in Lords are listed in votes order with their votes in brackets.

Hereditary peers elected to stay on in Lords are listed in votes order with their votes in brackets.

Conservative: Earl Ferrers (190), Lord Strathclyde (174), Lord Trefgarne (173), Lord Denham (169), Lord Mancroft (168), Earl Howe (165), Lord Brabazon of Tara (165), Earl of Caithness (161), Lord Henley (160), Lord Glenarthur (157), Lord Astor of Hever (151), Viscount Astor (146), Earl of Courtown (143), Earl Peel (142), Lord Moynihan (137), Earl Attlee (135), Viscount Goschen (132), Duke of Montrose (127), Lord Burnham (127), Lord Vivian (126), Earl of Northesk (126), Earl of Selborne (125), Viscount Bridgeman (125), Lord Luke (124), Earl of Lindsay (116), Lord Lucas (of Crudwell and Dingwall) (115), Lord Montagu of Beaulieu (113), Earl of Home (113), Lord Glentoran (104), Earl of Onslow (99), Lord Crathorne (97), Lord Willoughby de Broke (96), Lord Inglewood (95), Lord Northbrook (95), Lord Swinfen (95), Earl of Shrewsbury (95), Lord Selsdon (94), Earl of Liverpool (93), Earl of Arran (90), Earl of Dundee (90), Lord Mowbray and Stourton (88), Lord Rotherwick (88).

Crossbenchers: Baroness Darcy de Knayth (85), Lord Freyberg (82), Lord St John of Bletso (81), Lord Northbourne (78), Earl of Sandwich (78), Viscount Allenby of Megiddo (75), Viscount Tenby (74), Lord Palmer (72), Viscount Slim (72), Viscount Bledisloe (70), Lord Monson (70), Viscount Brookeborough (68), Lord Bridges (68), Lady Saltoun of Abernethy (64), Lord Hylton (64), Earl Baldwin of Bewdley (63), Earl of Carnarvon (58), Earl of Listowel (58), Lord Moran (57), Baroness Strange (53), Earl of Erroll (52), Lord Walpole (52), Viscount Craigavon (51), Baroness Wharton (48), Viscount Colville of Culross (47), Viscount Waverley (47), Lord Greenway (47), Earl of Rosslyn (45).

Liberal Democrats: Earl Russell (17), Lord Avebury (13), Lord Addington (10)

Labour: Lord Milner of Leeds (8), Lord Rea (7).

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