Parliament warned dropping funding for farming will 'collapse the fabric of rural society'
Campaign against Antisemitism calls for Baroness Tonge to be expelled from her party and the House of Lords
Lord Hanningfield was accused of claiming around £3,300 for attendance at the House of Lords in 2013
Low prosecution rates of British jihadists show they 'simply go off the radar' upon returning to the UK, according to experts
Peers vote for amendments to the Housing and Planning Bill amid fears that "affordable" homes would be nothing of the sort
While the Lords is too old, too male, and marred by its hereditary peers, the biggest problem with the chamber is the way its members are appointed
The Bill will impose a minimum threshold vote for industrial action, which critics argue will make it difficult to call strikes
'The cuts to employment and support allowance and universal credit mark a step backwards for disabled people'
If motion passes, students could put pressure on the Government to 'urgently implement policies'
The veteran human rights campaigner was the longest-serving Lib Dem member in the House of Lords
Lord Farmer is reportedly worth over £150 million
Crossbench peers say the plans would cause unnecessary hardship
The House of Lords has already shown an independent streak, notably in its rejection of Osborne’s tax credit cuts. The question now is whether the Lords has been emboldened or chastened by the experience
Some have been pocketing an average of more than £4,000 a month
Revelation from FOI requests leads to accusations the peer has a 'downright frivolous' attitude to public money
One of the men struck a live electrical cable carrying 11,000 volts