Members of the House of Lords - Current non-sitting members - Peers disqualified

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Peers disqualified Under section 137(3) of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005, holders of certain judicial offices who are peers are disqualified from sitting and voting in the House of Lords while in office. The following peers are currently subject to this provision. Additionally, peers are disqualified from sitting and voting in the House of Lords while serving as a Member of the European Parliament by virtue of sections 3 and 4 of the European Parliament (House of Lords Disqualification) Regulations 2008. The following peer is currently subject to this regulation.

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Data row number Lord Disqualified since Type Notes

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