Liberal Democrat Peer, Lord Tyler, has dismissed calls from some Conservatives for legislation to prevent protest encampments.

In a blog piece, “Don’t legislate.  Pedestrianise”, he sets out the case for creating a Speaker’s Corner outside Parliament, and improving pedestrian access.

Speaking in the House of Lords on Thursday, Lord Tyler, recommended that Peers read the recent blueprint proposed . . . → Read More: PEDESTRIANISE PARLIAMENT SQUARE – TYLER

Lord Tyler responds to “38 Degrees” NHS Bill critics

Lord Tyler has today (Friday) had a ‘response’ article published in The Guardian calling for a ‘more fruitful form of dialogue’ between peers and the public. 

His retort was directed at Guardian columnist, Zoe Williams, whose article on 13th October supported a campaign by ‘38 Degrees’ to ask peers to vote down or delay into ‘oblivion’ the . . . → Read More: Lord Tyler responds to “38 Degrees” NHS Bill critics


No Peer appointed since 1997 should try to block reform of the Lords if they are to retain their integrity, according to Liberal Democrat Peer, Lord Tyler.

Speaking at their Birmingham Conference on Saturday, the party’s Constitutional Affairs Spokesman said, “Peers must realise that successive commitments to legislate for democratic reform of the Lords mean that anyone . . . → Read More: REFORM OPPONENTS “LACK INTEGRITY” – TYLER