House of Lords

Shadow foreign secretary says Labour should not “pack the House of Lords" with close staff of the leader.
Minister admits "there may be other, possibly more substantial ways to bring jobs and investment to the north".
Birmingham has also been touted as a potential location as Tory chairman James Cleverly says the government wants people to feel "properly connected" to politics.
Lord Ken Maginnis, who was convicted of a road rage assault in 2013, allegedly shouted at security staff and called them 'crooked' after he forgot his pass to get in.
PM told putting his friend Goldsmith in the Lords after he lost his seat would "make an absolute joke of democratic accountability".
In one incident, Lord Stone of Blackheath told a young woman sending him a document on upskirting legislation he hoped it would “contain photos”.
"Debatable" whether "unaccountable" chamber "should exist", says Commons leader, after anti-no-deal bill fast-tracked through parliament.
"This is not a standard or normal prorogation," Speaker John Bercow said, as Labour MPs held up signs saying "silenced".
Another step towards Boris Johnson being forced to ask the EU for another extension on Brexit.
PM wants upper house to better reflect public opinion. Eurosceptics "overlooked" by both Cameron and May touted for peerages.