Unelected, expensive, out-of-touch, and a prepencity to go against democracy. It is of course, the House of Lords.
Most of the time, when they bother turning up to the chamber to collect their daily rate of £300, they mumble on rather ineffectually and sleep.
When the members are asleep they do what they do best – not a lot. And we like it that way; the job of a lord is to do very little. They’re unelected, most of them are there because of family ties, and more still have no idea what’s going on – hence the sleepiness.
But this week the unelected second chamber, packed full of remainers, decided to go against the people’s decision in June 2016.