House of Lords

The failure of the NHS to provide formal training for doctors and nurses from the European Union (EU) could be putting patients
Simon Wolfson, the Conservative peer, has created a £250,000 prize for any economist who can find “an orderly unwinding of
This afternoon, the House of Lords votes on whether to allow the Health and Social Care Bill to continue its passage into law. Whatever happens, it is very unlikely that this vote will mark the end of the campaign to protect the NHS.
The House of Lords will debate the government's controversial health reforms on Tuesday, as medical organisations unite in
Did Twitter just jump the shark? In our inbox this morning, an email from parliament's upper chamber, the House of Lords
Whilst it may be easy for politicians to rail against unpaid internships, the debate over this issue is far more complex and simply cannot be explained with a populist sound bite.
Peers have fired an early warning shot across the Government's bows over controversial health care reforms. The Health and
Former Tory peers Lord Taylor of Warwick and Lord Hanningfield have been freed from prison after serving only a quarter of
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- The eurozone debt crisis is "much more serious" than the continuing furore surrounding phone hacking
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Independent peer Baroness D'Souza has been elected for a five-year term as Lord Speaker. Peers voted