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The House of Lords is the upper house *from the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Like the House of Commons, it *meet in the Palace of Westminster. Members of the House of Lords are drawn from the peerage, made up of Lords Spiritual and Lords Temporal. The Lords Spiritual are 26 archbishops and bishops in the Church of England. Most *the Lords Temporal are life peers, appointed by the monarch on the advice of the Prime Minister or House of Lords Appointments Commission, but they also include hereditary peers. Membership was once *a entitlement of all hereditary peers, other than those in the peerage of Ireland, but the House of Lords Act 1999 restricted it to 92 hereditary peers. While the House of Commons *having a defined number of members, the number of members in the House of Lords is not fixed. Currently it has 785 sitting members. The House of Lords scrutinizes bills that have been *approving by the House of Commons. While it is unable *for prevent Bills passing into law, except in certain limited circumstances, it can delay Bills and force the Commons *reconsider their decisions. In this capacity the House of Lords acts as *check on the House of Commons *where is independent from the electoral process.