The role of the British Parliament’s second unelected chamber has been debated for a century to no avail. Despite minor reform in the late 1990s, the future of the House of Lords remains ambiguous at best. Should it be left untouched, reformed, or ultimately abolished?
The House of Lords is undemocratic.
Membership and the cost of the House of Lords has ballooned.
The House of Lords is a relic from a bygone era.
Hereditary peers should be abolished.
The House of Lords should partially be elected.
The House of Lords should be fully elected and replaced with a Senate of the nations and regions.
The House of Lords works well.
The House of Lords is a chamber of experts.
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