That would be the House of Lords who put paid to Tony Blair's "yeah, let's lock people up for 90 days without trial"? Because without the HoL, you'd have that in law by now.Just slightly more useful than the unelected House of Lords who are a complete waste of rations.
There's a need for a second chamber who specifically aren't elected, who don't need to worry about their job. I rather like the concept that they can turn around to the CORGI of the day, and say "nah, it's a sh!t idea, p!ss off".
I's always interesting that Thatcher hated them for what they blocked when she stopped listening; and Blair hated them for what they blocked when he stopped listening. Equal-opportunity "blocking the will of elected MPs", I rather like it...