Suspension of Lords members
This index term is related to the following paragraphs within Erskine May:
Disqualification by other means
Disqualifications for membership of the House of Lords
"During the seventeenth century there were two cases in which the House of Lords, acting in its judicial capacity on impeachment, sentenced Lords of Parliament to permanent disqualification from sitting in Parliament. In 1725 a motion for a sentence to..."
Paragraph 3.36, in Part 1, Chapter 3
House of Lords
"The current version of the House of Lords Code of Conduct was adopted on 30 November 2009, and the latest edition, which incorporates a series of amendments agreed by the House over time, was published in April 2017. An accompanying Guide to the Code..."
Paragraph 5.27, in Part 1, Chapter 5
Commissioner's report and consideration by the Sub-Committee on Lords' Conduct
House of Lords
"If the Commissioner finds the Lords Member not to have breached the Code, or if remedial action has been agreed, the report is normally published only on the Commissioner's website – although they do have discretion in such instances to submit a repor..."
Paragraph 5.42, in Part 1, Chapter 5
Punishment of Members: House of Lords
Powers of Parliament
"The House of Lords has a range of sanctions which it can apply to its Members, ranging from denial of access to financial support or the facilities of the House, through to suspension for any period of time, and expulsion. These sanctions derive from ..."
Paragraph 11.34–11.38, in Part 2, Chapter 11
* denotes reference is in the footnotes for the paragraph.