short debate Q&A session took place in the House of Lords on Monday 14th March, prompted by a question posed by Lord Lamont of Lerwick (Lords Hansard Col 6):
"To ask Her Majesty's Government whether under their plans for an elected House of Lords the Prime Minister could be a Member of the House of Lords."
The ensuing 'discussion' included questions on whether a House of Commons, elected either by FPTP or AV, had more legitimacy than an elected House of Lords, one elected under Proportional Representation which is the system set out in the Coalition agreement.
See what happens when change for change sake is made to systems that have worked perfectly well for hundreds of years? When a situation exists whereby the nation is 'managed' by three party leaders who are quite content to see this nation of ours subjugated to foreign rule; leaders who argue over the best method to fill the Hoc and the HoL with their robotic placemen; who have no idea of the ramifications that will result from their ill-thought out ideas of political and social engineering; leave it to a man whose sole wish is for our nation to become part of a totalitarian state to produce a White Paper on HoL reform, it is reasonable to assume our nation is slowly but surely being 'procreated'!