Set up a Constitutional Convention into the Governance of the UK and Reform the House of Lords
Over the summer the Prime Minister said that he
The review can’t simply mean tinkering around the edges or packing the second chamber with yet more donors and ex-politicians, at a cost of over £2.6 million per year in expenses and allowances – and that’s before the extra office and staffing costs are taken into account.
The two are democratically-dubious chambers and it does not serve the people at all well in the modern world.
The Time has Come for looking at both Houses of Parliament and to deal with the democratic deficit in Britain – an unfair and out-of-date voting system in the Commons, and an expensive and archaic set-up in the Lords.
If the two of them care for the future of the UK Union and wish that the people of the four nations live in a modern and truly democratic Britain then the next steps are clear and compelling.