Although Robin Cook as Leader of the House has been remarkably successful in pushing through reforms in the Commons, the task of reforming the House of Lords is proving as difficult today as it has been for the last century. In an interview yesterday Lord Irving, the Lord Chancellor, said that it would take a genius to make sense of the range of options for reform put on the table by the Joint Committee of the Lords and Commons set up to make recommendations. Lord Irving's pompous and condescending delivery when talking to mere media interviewers often gives the impression that he considers himself a genius but although he has the responsibility for bringing about the reform of the Lords he appears unable to make progress with the task.
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