Lords Reform update – Spring 2008

As we enter another year, we approach another anniversary of the Parliament Act 1911.  Only three more years until a century will have passed since that hostage to fortune ‘[the Act] is intended to substitute for the House of Lords as it at present exists a Second Chamber constituted on a popular instead of hereditary basis, . . . → Read More: Lords Reform update – Spring 2008

Progress in sight on Lords Reform Bill

Liberal Democrat Shadow Minister for Constitutional Affairs, Lord Tyler, today (Friday) secured assurances from the government that a Bill could soon be brought forward to reform the House of Lords. 

In a debate on a Private Member’s Bill drafted to end hereditary Peers’ right to sit in the second chamber, Lord Hunt of Kings Heath – Constitutional . . . → Read More: Progress in sight on Lords Reform Bill

Dan Rogerson MP (North Cornwall)

Dan Rogerson MP

Dan Rogerson MP

Dan Rogerson was born and bred in Cornwall; he attend Bodmin College and still lives in the town. He was elected as MP for North Cornwall in 2005

In Parliament Dan is an active spokesman for the DEFRA Liberal Democrat team and serves on the DERA . . . → Read More: Dan Rogerson MP (North Cornwall)