HoLSC

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HoLSCHouse of Lords Select Committee
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Ian was also a science advisor to The World Energy Council (1987 to 1998), has been special adviser to The House of Lords Select Committee on The European Community dealing with energy and the environment and the House of Commons select committee for Trade and Industry and Environment.
The House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution 2nd Report of Session 2007-08, whose membership includes two of the most distinguished Welsh Parliamentarians of their generation, Lords Morris of Aberavon and Rowlands, wrote this: "The 2006 Act, is to all intents and purposes, a written constitution for Wales.
24) It was in this context that the House of Lords Select Committee on Economic Affairs in July 2007 instituted the first major public inquiry into the economic impact of immigration.
The commission will be supported by a national panel led by Lord Oxburgh, Liverpool-born chairman of the House of Lords select committee on Science and Technology.
Until 2004, he sat on the House of Lords Select Committee on Europe.
I know from physicians who are opposed to performing euthanasia that they are afraid of saying so when applying for jobs and trying to find a post as a physician," Henk Jochemsen of the Lindeboom Institute for Medical Ethics told a British House of Lords Select Committee that was studying the issue.
The article draws heavily on my experience as Specialist Adviser to the House of Lords Select Committee on Economic Affairs over this whole period.
An all-party House of Lords select committee recommended parliament should decide the precedent for killing terminally ill people with their consent.
House of Lords Select Committee on the European Union London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, House of Lords, Session 2001-02, 32d Report, HL Paper 165 (2002), 254 pp.
Pioneering research on human embryonic stem cells should be allowed under strict regulation, but any cloning of embryos should be kept to a minimum, the House of Lords Select Committee on Stem Cell Research ruled.
And a House of Lords select committee report earlier this year recommended speeding up research into cannabis's medicinal use.
The House of Lords Select Committee on medical ethics has concluded that 'it could well be impossible to give advance statements in general greater legal force without depriving patients of the doctor's professional expertise and of new treatments and procedures which may become available since the directive was signed.