Andrew Lloyd Webber says House of Lords wrong on Brexit

Andrew Lloyd Webber says he thinks unelected peers are wrong to “vote against the will of the people” on Brexit.

The composer, who retired from the House of Lords last year, told the BBC’s Andrew Marr that he took the decision to leave Parliament because “I’m not a politician” and he did not think he would have enough time to be there.

He added: “I myself felt that the House of Lords had become really very political. I joined it 20 years ago, and I was put in then, and it was a very different place.”