This is a list of Members of the United Kingdom House of Lords who were born, live or lived in Northern Ireland.
This list does not include hereditary peers whose only parliamentary service was in the House of Lords prior to the passage of the House of Lords Act 1999, and who lost their seats under that Act. Nor does it include those in the Peerage of Ireland, who have never had an automatic right to a seat in the House of Lords at Westminster.
Note: There is no such thing as the Peerage of Northern Ireland and peers do not represent geographic areas as such. Some do, however, choose titles which reflect geographical localities, e.g. Lord Kilclooney, this is, however, entirely nominal.
|The Lord Alderdice||Liberal Democrat||8 October 1996||former leader of the Alliance Party|
|The Lord Bew||Crossbencher||26 March 2007||Academic and Chair of the Committee on Standards in Public Life|
|The Viscount Brookeborough||Crossbencher||11 November 1987||Elected hereditary peer, Lord-in-waiting to The Queen, grandson of a Prime Minister of Northern Ireland and son of an Ulster Unionist Stormont MP.|
|The Lord Browne of Belmont||DUP||12 June 2006||former MLA and former Lord Mayor of Belfast|
|The Viscount Craigavon||Crossbencher||30 July 1974||Elected hereditary peer, grandson of a Prime Minister of Northern Ireland.|
|The Lord Dodds of Duncairn||DUP||18 September 2020||deputy leader of the DUP and former House of Commons leader of the DUP.|
|The Lord Eames||Crossbencher||25 August 1995||former Anglican Archbishop of Armagh|
|The Lord Empey||UUP||19 January 2011||former leader of the Ulster Unionist Party|
|The Lord Hay of Ballyore||DUP||16 December 2014||former Speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly|
|The Baroness Hoey||Non-Affiliated||14 September 2020||former Labour Party Westminster MP|
|The Lord Kilclooney||Crossbencher||17 July 2001||former deputy leader of the Ulster Unionist Party and former Stormont MP|
|The Lord Lexden||Conservative||23 December 2010||Academic (formerly at The Queen's University, Belfast), and historian.|
|The Lord Maginnis of Drumglass||Independent Unionist||20 July 2001||former Ulster Unionist Westminster MP|
Suspended from the House since 7 September 2020 for "at least 18 months"
|The Lord McCrea of Magherafelt and Cookstown||DUP||19 June 2018||former Westminster MP|
|The Lord Morrow||DUP||7 June 2006||former MLA|
|The Baroness O'Loan||Crossbencher||11 September 2009||former Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland|
|The Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve||Crossbencher||25 February 1999||Academic and President of the British Academy|
|The Lord Rana||Conservative||16 June 2004||Indian-born Belfast businessman|
|The Baroness Ritchie of Downpatrick||Non-Affiliated||16 October 2019||former leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party|
|The Lord Rogan||UUP||22 July 1999||former chairman of the Ulster Unionist Party|
|The Lord Trimble||Conservative||2 June 2006||former leader of the Ulster Unionist Party|
That, in accordance with Standing Order 12, Lord Maginnis of Drumglass be suspended from the service of the House for a period of at least 18 months and until the Conduct Committee confirms that he has satisfactorily completed the other requirements of the sanction