As per the current composition of the House of Lords, the total number of members is close to 789. This comprise of 238 life peers and 4 hereditary peers from the Labour party, 170 life peers and 47 from the Conservative party, 153 life peers and 31 hereditary peers from the Crossbenchers, 88 life peers and 4 hereditary peers from the Liberal Democrats.
Aside from these members, there are 19 life peers and 1 hereditary peer from other parties, while Democratic Unionist and Ulster Unionist each have 4 life peers.
UKIP and Plaid Cymru are two groups, on the other hand, that have lowest representation in the House of Lords as both have 1 life peer each. However, UKIP has 1 hereditary peer as well in the composition of the House of Lords.
Therefore, the current total number of life peers in the composition of the House of Lords is 677, whereas the hereditary peers are 88 and Lords Spiritual are 24 in number.