PM: One last try on Lords reform

David Cameron has told Conservative MPs there will be "one more try" on Lords reform. Ed Miliband had earlier accused him of losing control of his party after a large number of Tories rebelled on a vote on the issue.

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Lib Dem president: 'Very silly for anyone to go off in a hissy-fit over Lords reform'

Tim Farron, centre, pictured between Vince Cable and Nick Clegg. Credit: PA

The Liberal Democrat president Tim Farron has told BBC News that there are "more important things than Lords reform."

"It'd be very silly for anyone to go off in a hissy-fit over Lords reform," he said, adding that "I would not have voted for elected police commissioners" if it wasn't for the coaltion agreement.

Asked if the coalition government would last to 2015, Farron replied: "It must."

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