The House of Commons
The House of Commons ( Comparable with The Dutch Second Room ) is the meeting place for MPs. A Mp literally means a Member of the Parliament. Mps are chosen by the U.K. Public.
What MPs do
Mps are working at Parliament and in the constituency that elected them and working for their political party.MPs generally spend their time working in the House of Commons. There they are raising issues ,affecting their constituents, attending debates and voting on new laws. Mps are also working in their constituency. In their constituency, MPs often hold a 'surgery' in their office, where local people can come along to discuss any matters that concern them.
See The House of Commons at the background
The House of Lords
The House of Lords (comparable with the Dutch First Room) is the independent upper house of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The House of Lords is also the second chamber of the UK Parliament.
What Lords do
Lords are checking and challenging the work of the government .Members of the House of Lords do this by questioning ministers, or requiring ministers to respond to debates on topical issues. Making and shaping laws is also a role of the Lords.
See The House of Lords at the background