The Clerk Assistant and the Reading Clerk are nominated and appointed by the Lord Speaker1, subject to the approval of the House of Lords, and when so appointed and approved they can be removed from office only by order of the House of Lords2.
The Clerk Assistant prepares the minutes of proceedings of the House. The Reading Clerk reads aloud in the House all prorogation and other commissions, and letters patent and writs of summons at the introduction of newly created peers. In addition to these invariable
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