REVEALED: Radical plans to slash unelected House of Lords and save MILLIONS in cash

17 Oct

Mr Cameron’s appointments to the House of Lords since he became Prime Minister have claimed £13million in expenses.

The report calls for the four largest parts of the Lords, 252 Conservative peers, 199 Labour, 100 Liberal Democrats and 180 cross-benchers to commit to cutting the size of their blocs in stages.

It comes as Lord Lloyd Webber, 69, announced he would retire following rules introduced in 2014 to allow peers to retire from the House.

Lord Webber has only voted 42 times in his 20 year peerage.

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