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- 1. The joint committees on Statutory Instruments and Human Rights have a quorum of two Lords members and two Commons members.
- 2. Pursuant to a Resolution of 25 June 1852, LJ (1852) 344. Attendance at a select committee at Westminster, or remote participation in such a meeting or a virtual meeting, entitles a Lords Member to claim the daily allowance on the same basis as attendance at a sitting of the House (see para 4.46 ). This entitlement extends to Lords Members who give oral evidence to a select committee of which they are not a member (minutes of House of Lords Commission, 12 July 2017). Attendance at a committee meeting away from Westminster entitles a Lords Member to claim the reduced daily allowance.