While nursing a broken foot, Baroness Jones has wrestled a week packed with breakfast meetings, existential questions, and holding the Government to account on the environment.
The Wellbeing of Future Generations Bill will revolutionise how the UK thinks and plans for the long-term, and will give future generations a voice in decision-making, writes Lord Bird.
A centuries-old rule barring daughters from becoming hereditary Peers has no place in today’s Parliament. It must be scrapped in the name of equality, writes Philip Davies MP
This flawed system was intended as a temporary measure and effectively establishes a men-only section of our legislature. It must go, writes Lord Grocott
Lord Kerslake on defending civil servants, levelling up the UK, and coronavirus
Labour Peer Lord Bassam of Brighton on his week in politics
David Steel has resigned from the Lib Dems and quit the House of Lords in the wake of criticism at his handling of allegations of child abuse against Cyril Smith.
Emergency legislation to block the automatic early release of convicted terrorists will become law by the end of this week after being rushed through Parliament.
The House of Lords is facing criticism after it was revealed peers’ expense claims have risen by 29% in a year, taking the total bill to £23million.
A forthcoming almighty constitutional row, questionable reshuffles and defending the judiciary, the more things change, the more they stay the same for Lord Falconer.
Boris Johnson has spoken out against the decision to increase the daily allowance that peers can claim from the public purse.
Northern Ireland could be left in a different time zone to rest of UK under plans being considered in Brussels, an influential group of peers have warned.
Today, Lord Berkeley gave evidence to the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee on HS2.
Ahead of the introduction of his Private Members' Bill, which aims to abolish the 26 Anglican bishops who sit in the House of Lords, Lord Taverne QC writes that their presence gives the Church of England special access to power.
Controversial appointments coupled with a large influx of new peers have undermined the work done by many in the House of Lords to repair the Upper Chamber’s reputation, writes Sebastian Whale
The Lord Speaker has called for a ban on the appointment of new peers in an attempt to bring down the size of the upper chamber.
We need the whole-hearted cooperation of the Government to reduce the size of the House of Lords, writes Lord Fowler
Boris Johnson has been handed a fresh defeat in the House of Lords after peers backed calls to reinstate protections for child refugees in his flagship Brexit bill.
Devolving power away from Westminster and Whitehall would help to level up the Midlands and the North and give power back to local communities, writes Lord Kerslake.
Former Commons Speaker John Bercow is set to enter the House of Lords after being recommended for a peerage by Jeremy Corbyn.
The House of Lords could be moved permanently to York under plans being considered by Boris Johnson.
It is time to stop playing the generation game and instead develop a long-term holistic approach to tackling problems, writes Lord Bird