Calculations on the house In his writeup in the Guardian’s Comment is Free, Billy Bragg does a spot of mathematics to calculate just how many new peers would be necessary for David Cameron to get the Lords to “represent the voter’s wishes”. The Billy Bragg-onomics proves that we’d need a house of 1,509 lords to […]

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New Tory Lords Hot on the heels of the Lord Sewel scandal, David Cameron has vowed to create ever more Tory peers to fill the House of Lords. Despite indications that he would curb his use of his powers to elevate supporters to the lords, he seems set on tipping the balance in the upper […]

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