Labour leader says his package of reforms will 'extend democracy' in Britain
Ms May is being urged to launch a ‘constitutional convention’ to review the role that Lords play
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Reforming party funding, the Lords and the honours system would help achieve the new Prime Minister achieve her goal of a country that ‘works for everyone’ rather than the privileged few
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
For those involved, the State Opening of Parliament is certainly a lot of fun
Peers passed 'wrecking amendments' on the policy
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'
Lords ran out of options after the Speaker of the Commons attached a 'financial privilege' to the Welfare Bill
'I was told by a special careers adviser that the best job I could ever get would be answering telephones'
Lord Farmer is reportedly worth over £150 million
Crossbench peers say the plans would cause unnecessary hardship
Peers approved an amendment to the Welfare Reform bill which will block attempts to abolish income-related child poverty targets
No matter the odds stacked against them, they dream of the demise of the monarchy, and right now they've got a spring in their step. Simon Usborne meets Britain's republicans