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This Library Note provides statistics relating to the regions with which current Members of the House of Lords have connections. It does this by presenting information about the regions of Members’ main residences, but also by analysing the places that make up part of a significant number of Members’ titles. The Note concludes with consideration of the regions (previously) represented by Members as holders of elected office at local, regional, national and European levels.


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