The House of Lords, that is:
One hundred and thirteen draw paychecks from financial-services firms. Twenty-six are paid by resource-extraction companies. Twenty work for foreign governments, in capacities that include advising officials on policy and consulting for government-controlled companies.
Some of those jobs materialized after they joined the House of Lords.
There is much more here, from Justin Scheck and Charles Forelle. For the pointer I thank Matthew A. Petersen.