A parliament whose members are not elected and whose membership is not based on the democratic representation principle. It is the British parliament's upper house. The aristocracy's traditional representation. Today, it is the retirement home of persons who have made a name for themselves by playing key roles in social life and politics. The royal family bestows noble titles such as lordships to such individuals, and they are permitted to join this assembly. After politics, the queen, for example, makes the prime minister a member of the House of Lords. Their savings are still being utilised. Its purpose is to persuade the House of Commons to reexamine the unpopular judgments and laws that it can make based on logic and knowledge.
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