Peer performance

April 18, 2013

Further to the article by Alan Ryan (“The best of the lot”, Opinion, 28 March): isn’t he describing the House of Lords as was? A random selection of the good, the bad and the indifferent - with peers there mostly through inheritance, but better than the politicians we have now.

Michael White
Wretham, Norfolk

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