When the inquiry is concluded, the chairman of a select committee of the House of Lords generally draws up a draft report for the consideration of the committee. However, it is open to any member of the committee to submit a draft report to the committee. If there is more than one draft report, the committee must decide, if necessary by a division, which report should be considered as the basis of its own report to the House. Every draft report is entered in the minutes of proceedings of the committee. A member of a select committee who disagrees
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