Difference between revisions of "House of Commons Health Select Committee"

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A Select committee is one that is set up by the House of Commons or Lords, usually for a whole Parliament, to look at particular subjects. In the House of Commons the select committees examine the expenditure, administration and policy of each of the main government departments and associated public bodies. Select committees have the power to take evidence and issue reports

In 2003-2004 a Health select committee was established to undertake an inquiry into obesity.

The MPs sitting on the committee at that time were:

The special advisors to the inquiry on obesity were: [1]

Supplementary research was provided by:


  1. http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200304/cmselect/cmhealth/23/23.pdf House of Commons Health Committee Third Report Session 2003-2004 accessed 4 December 2007
  2. Ken Fox accessed 4 December 2007