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The house of lords presentation final

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The house of lords presentation final

  1. 1. TheHouseofLords<br />Liisa-Andra Lohu<br />Supervisors: Tiia Pukk, Marje Maasen<br />Carl Robert Jakobson Gymnasium<br />11c<br />2011<br />
  2. 2. UpperhouseoftheParliament<br />AssemblesinthePalaceofWestminster<br />Scrutinises legislation<br />Complements the work of the House of Commons<br />Judicial role – final Court of Appeal<br />TheHouseofLords<br />
  3. 3. 11th century: originsoftheParliament<br />14th century: twodistincthousesemerge<br />1642: bishopswereexcludeduntil 1661<br />Bill of Rights 1689: Parliament’sauthorityover King<br />1707; 1800: ActsofUnion<br />1847: Bishopricof Manchester Act<br />AppellateJurisdictionAct 1876: judicialrights<br />History: Beforethe 20th Century<br />
  4. 4. ParliamentAct 1911: approvinglaws<br />ParliamentAct 1949: changedtheActof 1911<br />LifePeeragesAct 1958: lifetimepeerages<br />HouseofLordsAct 1999: no hereditarypeers<br />History: the 20th Century<br />
  5. 5. Constitutional Reform Act 2005: judicialfunctionremoved<br />2006: electionsfor a Lord Speaker<br />2009: newsupremecourt<br />History: the 21st century<br />
  6. 6. Represents the House of Lords<br />Appointed by the members of the House of Lords<br />Maximum term of 5 years<br />Should be politically impartial<br />Baroness Hayman<br />Leadership: the Lord Speaker<br />
  7. 7. Arranges government business<br />Reminds the House of their rules on proceedings<br />Determines the order of Speakers on Supplementary Questions<br />Lord Strathclyde<br />Leadership: the Leader<br />
  8. 8. Life Peers<br />Archbishops and bishops<br />Elected hereditary Peers<br />Membership<br />
  9. 9. House of Lords Appointments Commission<br />New Year’s Honours and Birthday Honours<br />DissolutionHonours<br />ResignationHonours<br />Politicallists/’workingPeers’<br />Adhocannouncements<br />Archbishops and bishops<br />Speakers<br />Ways of Becoming a Member<br />
  10. 10. Make laws<br />Check the work ofthe Government<br />Form committees<br />Do not draw salaries <br />Individual Lords<br />
  11. 11. EuropeanUnionSelectCommittee<br />Science and TechnologySelectCommittee<br />ConstitutionSelectCommittee<br />EconomicAffairsCommittee<br />Ad-hocCommittees<br />SelectCommittees<br />
  12. 12. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday<br />2:30pm (Wed 3pm): Oral questions<br />3pm (Wed 3:30pm): Legislative business<br />7:30pm: Short debate<br />10pm: House rises<br />Thursday<br />11am: Oral questions<br />11:30am: General debates<br />7pm: House rises<br />Friday<br />10am: Legislations<br />Daily Business<br />
  13. 13. References<br />http://shrt.st/12u8<br />http://shrt.st/12u9<br />http://shrt.st/12u6<br />http://shrt.st/12ud<br />http://shrt.st/12uf<br />http://shrt.st/12ug<br />http://shrt.st/12ui<br />http://shrt.st/12uk<br />http://shrt.st/12ul<br />http://shrt.st/12un<br />http://shrt.st/12uq<br />http://shrt.st/12v2<br />

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