Conservative leader on House of Lords reform plans

Lord Strathclyde said the House of Lords did "a very good job" but coalition reforms would give it a "new democratic legitimacy".

The Conservative leader told Andrew Neil how members could only stand for one 15-year term, why David Cameron did not think reform was a "top priority", and how independent the new house would be.

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