Select committees are regarded as parts of the House of Commons, limited in their inquiries by the extent of the authority given them in their order of reference but mainly governed by the same rules as those which prevail in the House itself1. The presence of members of the public may be authorised by a committee, and is normally authorised during the examination of witnesses
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