A health minister could be heard swearing in the House of Lords after suffering technology problems during a Covid-19 debate.
House of Lords
SNP’s refusal to take seats in the House of Lords lamented by the Scottish peer who drew up Article 50
The SNP should have taken seats in the House of Lords to defend Scotland against food safety concerns arising from EU withdrawal, the architect of Article 50 has suggested.
Boris Johnson believes the size of the House of Lords needs to be addressed, Downing Street said, despite the nomination of 36 new peers in his dissolution honours list.
The Lord Speaker has urged the Prime Minister to stop creating “mass” peerages and labelled the size of the upper chamber “ridiculous” following the nomination of 36 appointees.
The Prime Minister’s brother Jo Johnson and cricketing star Sir Ian Botham are some of the 36 people nominated for a seat in the House of Lords as a list of peerages was published on Friday.
Ruth Davidson will be appointed to the House of Lords when she steps down as an MSP, after being nominated for a peerage by Boris Johnson.
Police must enforce Covid-19 laws or risk helping to “destroy society”, peers have heard.
A member of the House of Lords made an appearance at a sub-committee meeting from a moving car.
Peers should have any links to Russia “carefully scrutinised” to determine if they could be influenced by the state, the Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) has said.
Sir Ian Botham, reported to be given a peerage from Boris Johnson, made his name as an all-rounder.
A north-east search and rescue dog is to be honoured with a special award at the House of Lords.
Technology companies are “failing” to regulate themselves, a new report by a House of Lords committee says.
A new law to tackle violence against women is expected to be sent to the Queen for Royal Assent.