The House of Lords is the upper house of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Members are appointed by either the monarch or the House of Lords Appointments Commission. The House of Lords reviews laws passed by the House of Commons and can delay their passage if deemed necessary.
No, but focus should be shifted towards hiring talented, experienced professionals (e.g. ex doctors, teachers, and police officers) who can provide valuable insight into these areas to help aid the government.
It should be replaced with a guild hall which also replaces unions undue influence on politics and unions must be reduced in political influence. The guild membership must be franchised without the need to pay or be forced into political agendas.
No, it is necessary to moderate the House of Commons at times, but eligibility to sit in the House of Lords should be restricted to individuals having appropriate background and knowledge to perform this duty.
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