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See: Constitutional reform of the United Kingdom Certain governments in the United Kingdom have, for more than a century, attempted to find a way to reform the House of Lords, the upper house of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. This process was started by the Parliament Act 1911 introduced by the then Liberal Government which stated: ...whereas it is intended to substitute for the House of Lords as it at present exists a Second Chamber constituted on a popular instead of hereditary basis, but such substitution cannot be immediately brought into operation When the Labour Party came to power in the 1997 general election, it had in its manifesto the promise to reform the House of Lords: The House of Lords must be reformed. As an initial, self-contained reform, not dependent on further reform in the future, the right of hereditary Peers to sit and vote in the House of Lords will be ended by statute... The Blair government subsequently passed the House of Lords Act 1999. On 7 November 2001 the government undertook a public consultation. This helped to create a public debate on the issue of Lords reform, with 1,101 consultation responses and numerous debates in Parliament and the media. However, no consensus on the future of the upper chamber emerged. All three of the main parties promised to take action on Lords reform in the 2010 general election, and following it the Coalition Agreement included a promise to "establish a committee to bring forward proposals for a wholly or mainly elected upper chamber on the basis of proportional representation". Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg introduced the House of Lords Reform Bill 2012 on 27 June 2012 which built on proposals published on 17 May 2011. However, this Bill was abandoned by the Government on 6 August 2012 following opposition from within the Conservative Party. A successful attempt to pursue minor reform of the House was made on 14 May 2014 when the House of Lords Reform Act 2014 gained Royal Assent. Certains gouvernements du Royaume-Uni tentent depuis plus d'un siècle de trouver un moyen de réformer la Chambre des lords, la chambre haute du Parlement du Royaume-Uni. Ce processus a été lancé par la présentée par le gouvernement libéral de l'époque, qui déclarait : « ... alors qu'elle vise à remplacer la Chambre des lords par une deuxième chambre constituée sur une base populaire plutôt qu'héréditaire, cependant cette substitution ne peut pas être immédiatement mise en œuvre » Lorsque le Parti travailliste est arrivé au pouvoir après les élections générales de 1997, il avait dans son manifeste la promesse de réformer la Chambre des lords : « La Chambre des Lords doit être réformée. En tant que première réforme autonome, qui ne dépendra pas d'autres réformes à l'avenir, le droit des pairs héréditaires de siéger et de voter à la Chambre des lords sera supprimé par la loi… » Le gouvernement Blair a ensuite adopté la Loi sur la Chambre des lords de 1999. Le 7 novembre 2001, le gouvernement a entrepris une consultation publique. Cela a contribué à créer un débat public sur la question de la réforme des Lords, avec 1 101 réponses aux consultations et de nombreux débats au Parlement et dans les médias. Cependant, aucun consensus sur l'avenir de la chambre haute n'a émergé. Les trois principaux partis ont promis de prendre des mesures concernant la réforme des Lords lors des élections générales de 2010, et à la suite de cet accord de coalition qui a promis de "créer un comité chargé de présenter des propositions pour une chambre haute entièrement ou principalement élue sur la base du scrutin proportionnel". Le 27 juin 2012, le vice-Premier ministre Nick Clegg a présenté le qui s'appuyait sur des propositions publiées le 17 mai 2011. Cependant, ce projet de loi a été abandonné par le gouvernement le 6 août 2012 à la suite d'une opposition au sein du Parti conservateur. Une tentative réussie de poursuivre une réforme mineure de la Chambre a été faite le 14 mai 2014 lorsque la a obtenu la sanction royale.
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See: Constitutional reform of the United Kingdom Certain governments in the United Kingdom have, for more than a century, attempted to find a way to reform the House of Lords, the upper house of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. This process was started by the Parliament Act 1911 introduced by the then Liberal Government which stated: ...whereas it is intended to substitute for the House of Lords as it at present exists a Second Chamber constituted on a popular instead of hereditary basis, but such substitution cannot be immediately brought into operation Certains gouvernements du Royaume-Uni tentent depuis plus d'un siècle de trouver un moyen de réformer la Chambre des lords, la chambre haute du Parlement du Royaume-Uni. Ce processus a été lancé par la présentée par le gouvernement libéral de l'époque, qui déclarait : « ... alors qu'elle vise à remplacer la Chambre des lords par une deuxième chambre constituée sur une base populaire plutôt qu'héréditaire, cependant cette substitution ne peut pas être immédiatement mise en œuvre »
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There was a Commons majority for reform in 1999