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The Members of the Sub-Committee which conducted this inquiry were:

Lord Anderson of Swansea

Lord Blackwell

Lord Bowness (Chairman)

Lord Boyd of Duncansby

Lord Dykes

Lord Elystan-Morgan

Lord Maclennan of Rogart

Baroness O'Loan

Lord Renton of Mount Harry

Lord Rowlands

The Earl of Sandwich

Lord Temple-Morris

Interests declared by Members which are relevant to this inquiry:

Lord Anderson of Swansea

Barrister-at-law (non-practising)

Lord Bowness

Solicitor and Notary Public

Lord Boyd of Duncansby

Solicitor Advocate qualified in Scotland and a former Lord Advocate

The Members of the European Union Committee who attended the meeting at which the Report was approved:

Lord Bowness

Lord Carter of Coles

Lord Dear

Lord Dykes

Lord Foulkes of Cumnock

Lord Hannay of Chiswick

Lord Harrison

Baroness Howarth of Breckland

Lord Jopling

Lord Richard

Lord Roper (Chairman)

The Earl of Sandwich

Lord Teverson

Lord Tomlinson

Baroness Young of Hornsey

During consideration of the Report the following Member of the EU Committee declared interests which are relevant to this inquiry:

Lord Dear

Previously senior officer in UK police forces

Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police: 1980-85

Chief Constable, West Midlands: 1985-90

HM Inspector of Constabulary: 1990-1997

Declarations of Interests:

A full list of Members' interests can be found in the Register of Lords Interests:

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