Harry Styles spotted in House of Lords amid claims Britain has 'no direction' after Brexit

Harry Styles has been spotted in the House of Lords, amid claims the Government has "no direction" over Britain's exit from the EU.

The One Direction star was invited by Professor Robert Winston, a Labour peer whose son Ben has worked with the pop group.

Styles watched the daily question-time session in the Lords, in which Lord Winston made an intervention, a Labour Lords spokesman said.

He added: "My theory, however, is that he was in for the start of the two-day debate on Brexit and its consequences.

Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles and Niall Horan of One Direction Credit: PA

"He's clearly heard that the Government has no direction."

Peers are discussing the outcome of the EU referendum as the UK comes to terms with the decision of voters to back leaving the EU.

Styles is the latest celebrity to visit Parliament, with Hollywood star Keanu Reeves surprising MPs last week.

The Matrix star appeared in the Commons chamber to watch proceedings.