Lords by party, type of peerage and gender

This page shows eligible Members of the House of Lords who can scrutinise bills, investigate government activity through committee work, and question government through oral questions and debates.

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Conservative
240
Members
Men
176
Women
64
Made up of 194 Life peers* and 46 excepted hereditary peers**
Crossbench
186
Members
Men
140
Women
46
Made up of 155 Life peers* and 31 excepted hereditary peers**
Labour
181
Members
Men
124
Women
57
Made up of 177 Life peers* and 4 excepted hereditary peers**
Liberal Democrat
94
Members
Men
61
Women
33
Made up of 91 Life peers* and 3 excepted hereditary peers**
Non-affiliated
45
Members
Men
38
Women
7
Made up of 38 Life peers* and 7 excepted hereditary peers**
Bishops
25
Members
Men
20
Women
5
Democratic Unionist Party
4
Members
Men
4
Women
0
Made up of 4 Life peers* and 0 excepted hereditary peers**
Green Party
2
Members
Men
0
Women
2
Made up of 2 Life peers* and 0 excepted hereditary peers**
Independent Labour
2
Members
Men
2
Women
0
Made up of 2 Life peers* and 0 excepted hereditary peers**
Ulster Unionist Party
2
Members
Men
2
Women
0
Made up of 2 Life peers* and 0 excepted hereditary peers**
Conservative Independent
1
Member
Men
1
Women
0
Made up of 1 Life peer* and 0 excepted hereditary peers**
Independent Social Democrat
1
Member
Men
1
Women
0
Made up of 1 Life peer* and 0 excepted hereditary peers**
Independent Ulster Unionist
1
Member
Men
1
Women
0
Made up of 1 Life peer* and 0 excepted hereditary peers**
Labour Independent
1
Member
Men
0
Women
1
Made up of 1 Life peer* and 0 excepted hereditary peers**
Lord Speaker
1
Member
Men
1
Women
0
Made up of 1 Life peer* and 0 excepted hereditary peers**
Plaid Cymru
1
Member
Men
1
Women
0
Made up of 1 Life peer* and 0 excepted hereditary peers**
UK Independence Party
1
Member
Men
1
Women
0
Made up of 1 Life peer* and 0 excepted hereditary peers**

* Made up of life peers under the Appellate Jurisdiction Act 1876 and the Life Peerages Act 1958
** Made up of hereditary peers elected by parties and groups, or by the whole House

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