Science and Technology Committee Annual Report 2005: 5th Report of Session 2005-06
The Stationery Office, Feb 27, 2006 - Law - 15 pages
This is the first Annual Report of the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee. Its aims are: make available the principles that guide its work and a summary of its activities; review the impact of its work; and comment on other matters relevant to its work such as the quality and timelines of the responses from Government.
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