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I had concluded, but out of generosity, perhaps you will accept it if I give way on this occasion.
I am being generous in giving way, but I will give way.
The Government have decided that it is not a priority for this Parliament to address that issue.
We have a process whereby we accept that the size of the House of Lords needs to be looked at, but there are priorities, and that is not
There is a public demand for value for money and to reduce the cost of politics.
I had noticed that brass neck, and I congratulate my hon. Friend on making that point.
As I have already said, the Government recognise the need to reduce the size of the House of Lords, but comprehensive reform is not consi
As I have said, as was set out in the Conservative party manifesto, the Government recognise the need to reduce the size of the House of
The appointment of Ministers is ultimately a matter for the Prime Minister and I am certainly not going to comment on that.
I do not accept that characterisation at all.