The letter calls for much more of parliament's time to be used for "full and unrestricted scrutiny" of the Bill. So despite having spent nine months consulting on a draft bill, these Tories want to spend even longer trying to make sure the reforms that all parties promised are the right reforms.
Fair enough, right?
So how come Nick de Bois asked this back in February?
How can the Government justify consuming so much parliamentary time to push forward House of Lords reform at the expense of more pressing legislation?
Well, what is it? Should we be spending more time or less time on House of Lords Reform? It seems that Tory MPs are very flexible about the answer to this question.