House of Lords reform is unfinished business. The ‘mother of Parliaments’ cannot be the only legislature in the democratic world with a chamber which does not have any elected members.
The Campaign for a Democratic Upper House is a group of Labour Parliamentarians and activists who support a second chamber at least half of which is elected.
Formed in 2000, it took an active part campaigning for an elected upper house in the 2003 and 2007 Parliamentary votes, as well as in responding to earlier consultation proposals.
Its supporters as individuals back options from 50%+ to 100% elected, but understand the vital importance of compromise to achieve change on this issue.
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