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LORD. In England, this is a title of honor. Fortunately in the U. S. no such titles are allowed.

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But the Lib Dems insisted that did not go far enough and only an elected chamber would stop such scandals in the Lords, which costs taxpayers PS110million a year to run.
A three-month period during which they could instead permanently exclude themselves from the Lords expires today.
Sub-committee peers said they were "disturbed" by Lord Taylor's "disdain for the rules" and deplored his efforts to give the journalists the impression he had already breached the Lords code of conduct on behalf of other commercial clients.
The NLGN report says many major British cities have little or no voice within the Lords.
The initiative follows the successful launch of the Lords of the Blog website (www.
THE Lords was warned yesterday against rejecting plans for it to elect its own Speaker with the threat that the Prime Minister could make his own appointment.
venture to say that he was an incarnate 'angel'--strictly an [alpha][gamma][gamma][epsilon][lambda]o[zeta] [messenger]: that is, with the other Istari, wizards, 'those who know', an emissary from the Lords of the West [Valar], sent to Middle-earth.
The Lords have leased the car for $500 a month, and Peter said he is thrilled with its performance.
By 1884, the Municipal Reform League had over 1,000 members in its General Council, 19 local committees, and over 120 members in the Commons and 11 in the Lords.
Ore from the Lords will be hauled over a private road to Troy's existing Sandstone milling facility, approximately 29 kilometres distant.
Peers on the Subcommittee said they were "disturbed" by Lord Taylor's "disdain for the rules" and deplored his efforts to give the journalists the impression he had already breached the Lords code of conduct on behalf of other commercial clients.
He accused the Government of treating the Lords with 'discourtesy and contempt', while Liberal Democrat frontbench spokesman Lord Goodhart spoke of a Government 'betrayal' and 'castration' of the Lords.