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24 Nov 2020

12:00 pm to 1:30 pm


The Mile End Institute are organising this webinar, where panelists will look at the future of the House of Lords and its place in a democratic state.

Speakers will consider whether Britain needs a second chamber, what can be learnt from previous attempts at reform, whether reform should focus on the powers or the composition of the House, and more.

Speakers are:

  • Professor Meg Russell, senior fellow of UK in a Changing Europe and Director of the Constitution Unit
  • Baroness Grey-Thompson, Paralympian, broadcaster and cross-bench member of the House of Lords
  • Lord Norton of Louth, Professor of Government and Director of the Centre for Legislative Studies, University of Hull
  • Chair: Robert Saunders, Reader in Modern British History at Queen Mary University of London and Co-Director, Mile End Institute

Date and time: 12pm – 1.30pm, Tuesday 24 November

Register here

This is a virtual event. 



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