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Lord Fowler, Chairman of the House of Lords Communications Committee, introduced the debate in the Lords on 4 June on the Committee's report on public service broadcasting
House of Lords Select Committee reports are generally discussed either on the floor of the House (in the Chamber) or in Grand Committee.
Any Member of the Lords can take part and a minister responds for the Government. The debate usually takes place once the Government has formally responded to the committee's recommendations.
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