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Wednesday, 26 July, 2000, 11:43 GMT 12:43 UK
LORDS REFORM


Reforming the Lords
BBC News Online looks at the people and the policies behind Labour's historic decision to reform Parliament.
Your views on Lords reform
As the UK Government moves towards expelling hereditary peers from Parliament now is your chance to make your views heard on the reform of the House of Lords.
Your view on the Lords - part two
Email comments from BBC News Online users on the reform of the House of Lords.
Your views on the Lords - part three
Reaction from BBC News Online users on the government's plan to reform the House of Lords.
Your views on the Lords - part four
Reaction from BBC News Online users on the government's plan to reform the House of Lords.
Leading players in Lords reform
There are many leading figures in the battle to reform the House of Lords.
Ending 600 years of tradition
Tony Blair is sweeping hereditary peers from the House of Lords, but how the re-vamped upper house will finally look is not yet clear.
Lords face the chop
Reform of the House of Lords appears certain to go ahead in the wake of the Tory in-fighting over the issue.
A second tier of power
Examples of how some second chambers around the world are elected and operate.
Visions of the future
Politicians, peers, bishops and a pop star set out their visions on House of Lords reform for BBC News Online.
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