London-centric House of Lords fails to represent Yorkshire and North, exclusive analysis shows

The North and Yorkshire are massively under-represented in the London-centric House of Lords, new analysis of official data shows.
Just 6 per cent of peers reside in Yorkshire and Humber, compared to 8 per cent of the UK population, while the rest of the North is even worse represented.
More than half (54 per cent) of peers reside in London, the South East and the East of England.
Senior Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat peers have all called for action to address the imbalance, arguing that Ministers in the Upper House get an “easier ride” on northern issues, which feeds through to... read more

 
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