After the House of Lords voted against George Osborne's proposed cuts to tax credits (or rather, passed an amendment delaying the effect for three years), the Chancellor enlisted a troupe of peers in a desperate bid to shift the decision back in his favour.
Along with the usual list of hereditary HoL nobodies, the group included a broad selection of millionaire weirdos who gained the peerage thanks to their 'important' contributions to British society.
Remember these faces when the revolution comes.
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Flew in from New York to do his part in a decision that will affect people who reside in the UK full time. Face flesh is too baggy for his skull, despite being worth £650 million.
Founded Ultimo Lingerie. Despite only being sworn in two weeks ago, Mone has already drawn criticism by boasting of her free ministerial car on Twitter. She is worth £20m.
Billionaire head of JCB digger empire. Has a face you could punch for days, and a face that would probably look better for having been punched for days.
Once said stay at home mums should be valued as businesswomen. No word on how stay at home mums feel about her now.
Looks like the IT teacher at a failing comprehensive, is actually head of NEXT clothing retailer. Thinks you're able to live on £6.70 p/h, you greedy peasant.
He's an investor in Hunter Wellington Boots and The Cricketer Magazine. Lord help us.
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