Starmer to replace House of Lords with elected body

By Michael Burton | 01 July 2020

A Labour government will replace the House of Lords with an elected body of representatives from local and regional government, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer told a virtual Local Government Association conference session.

Sir Keir said a future Labour government ‘will hand power back to councils, putting local government at the heart of Westminster'.

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