Pandemic Influenza - Inquiry
The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee published its follow-up report on Pandemic Influenza on 28 July 2009. The inquiry was a follow-up to an earlier report published on 16 December 2005. The inquiry, which began in November 2008, evolved as the current outbreak of the H1N1 virus developed, shifting the emphasis of the report from UK pandemic preparedness generally to more specific aspects of the Government's response to the circumstances with which the country is faced in the summer of 2009.
Committee publish follow-up report on Pandemic Flu
The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee has published its follow-up report on Pandemic Influenza. The follow-up inquiry has evolved as the new threat of swine flu became apparent.
The Government published its response to the Pandemic Influenza: Follow-up Report, as Command Paper Cm7722, on 16 October 2009.
Government Response to report on Pandemic Influenza: Follow-up Report (PDF)
Members of the House of Lords discussed the Committee's report on pandemic influenza in a debate on 7 December 2009.
Lords Hansard: Pandemic Influenza: Committee Report
The Government published its response to the Pandemic Influenza report, as Command Paper Cm6738, on 16 February 2006.
Government Response to report on Pandemic Influenza
On Friday 20 January 2006 the House of Lords debated the Committee's report on Pandemic Influenza.
Lords Hansard: Influenza Pandemic (Science and Technology Report)