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They are the people who make the decision as to whether a Bill passed by the House of Commons, and debated in the House of Lords, should become law or not- but the Commons can still override their decision by use of the Parliament Act.

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One role of the members of the House of Lords is to watch over the government's actions. They also work to help make laws.

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in the house of lords the lords decide whether a law is good enough to become a law but before it becomes a law it is known as a bill.

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