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This Library Note provides a number of statistics about the connections members of the House of Lords have with the regions of the United Kingdom. Part one sets out the context of this issue. Part two presents collated information about members’ main residences. The Note concludes with charts showing the regions (previously) represented by members as holders of selected public office in part three.


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