IT is 100 years since the Parliament Act of 1911 first curbed the power of the House of Lords.
Further reform has appeared on every Liberal manifesto ever since. After the disaster of the AV referendum, one might assume Nick Clegg would have cooled on the issue of constitutional reform. Instead, the Deputy Prime Minister appears more anxious than ever to press ahead with reconstruction of what MPs like to call “the other place”.
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