A register of interests in the House of Lords was first established in 19951, and is governed by the Code of Conduct of the House of Lords2. Members of the House of Lords must register all of relevant interests, in order to make clear what are the interests that might reasonably be thought to influence their parliamentary actions3. Members are responsible for ensuring that their registered interests are accurate and up-to-date, and must register any change in their registered interests within one month of the change4. When speaking in the House, or communicating with ministers or public servants, a
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