Select Committee on Constitution Fourth Report


The Constitution Committee

  The members of the Constitution Committee for this inquiry were:

        Lord Acton

        Lord Fellowes

        Baroness Gould of Potternewton[135]

        Lord Holme of Cheltenham

        Baroness Howells of St Davids

        Earl of Mar and Kellie

        Lord Lang of Monkton

        Lord Morgan

        Lord Norton of Louth (Chairman)

        Lord Weatherill

        Baroness Young


  Members of the Committee declared the following interests in relation to this inquiry. Members may, or may not, have made further declarations in the Register of Lords' Interests.

Declared interests:

Lord Fellowes:    Though retired as Private Secretary to The Queen in 1999, technically still a member of the Royal Household.

Lord Holme of Cheltenham:  Chairman of the Hansard Society; Member of the Citizenship Foundation and has written on constitutional topics.

Lord Morgan:    Member of the Institute of Welsh Affairs; Assessor on the Leverhulme Devolution Projects.

Lord Norton of Louth:  Member of the Study of Parliament Group; Member of the Hansard Society Council; and author of several books on the constitution.

Lord Weatherill:    President of the Institute for Citizenship and associated with the Hansard Society.

135   Towards the end of the inquiry, Baroness Gould of Potternewton replaced Lord Ponsonby of Shulbrede. After this report had been agreed, Lord MacGregor of Pulham Market was added to the Committee in the place of Viscount Cranborne who, on 1 November 2001, took leave of absence for the remainder of the Parliament. Back

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