Brexit: chemical regulation Contents

The European Union Committee

The European Union Committee is appointed each session “to scrutinise documents deposited in the House by a Minister, and other matters relating to the European Union”.

In practice this means that the Select Committee, along with its Sub-Committees, scrutinises the UK Government’s policies and actions in respect of the EU; considers and seeks to influence the development of policies and draft laws proposed by the EU institutions; and more generally represents the House of Lords in its dealings with the EU institutions and other Member States.

The six Sub-Committees are as follows:

Energy and Environment Sub-Committee

External Affairs Sub-Committee

Financial Affairs Sub-Committee

Home Affairs Sub-Committee

Internal Market Sub-Committee

Justice Sub-Committee


The Members of the European Union Select Committee are:

Baroness Armstrong of Hill Top

Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws

Lord Risby

Lord Boswell of Aynho (Chairman)

The Earl of Kinnoull

Lord Soley

Baroness Brown of Cambridge

Lord Liddle

Baroness Suttie

Lord Cromwell

Baroness Neville-Rolfe

Lord Teverson

Baroness Falkner of Margravine

Baroness Noakes

Baroness Verma

Lord Jay of Ewelme

Lord Polak

Lord Whitty

The Members of the EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee, which conducted this inquiry, are:

Further information

Lord Cameron of Dillington

Lord Rooker

Lord Teverson (Chairman)

Viscount Hanworth

Lord Selkirk of Douglas

Viscount Ullswater

Lord Krebs

Baroness Sheehan

Baroness Wilcox

The Duke of Montrose

The Earl of Stair

Lord Young of Norwood Green

Publications, press notices, details of membership, forthcoming meetings and other information is available at

General information about the House of Lords and its Committees is available at

Sub-Committee staff

The current staff of the Sub-Committee are Alexandra McMillan (Clerk), Jennifer Mills (Policy Analyst) and Sally Dray (Committee Assistant).

Contact details

Contact details for individual Sub-Committees are given on the website. General correspondence should be addressed to the Clerk of the European Union Committee, Committee Office, House of Lords, London, SW1A 0PW. Telephone 020 7219 5791. Email


You can follow the Committee on Twitter: @LordsEUCom.

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