From the Daily Mail:
Current Lib Dem leader Tim Farron said: 'Liberal Democrats are committed to root and branch reform of the House of Lords. Today's appointments introduce a new wave of Lib Dems determined to fight for change.' ...
... There are now 111 Lib Dem peers and eight MPs, which means that more than 90 per cent of the party's politicians at Westminster are now unelected.
Whilst I can and do laugh quite a lot at Tim Farron (his election has ensured I never vote for them again, I suppose the candidate pool is quite small though), on this issue at least the Lib Dems tried to get through upper house reform. Something neither of the big two parties want to really look at.