The other House of Parliament (used in the Commons to refer to the Lords, and vice versa).
- During a debate members of the House of Commons traditionally refer to the House of Lords as 'another place' or 'the other place'.
- That may be why such large numbers voted in another place for the 100 per cent appointed and 100 per cent elected Peers.
- My honourable friend in another place, Danny Alexander, was right to point out two other aspects of the Bill that post-legislative scrutiny would highlight.
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