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Bishop Thomas Grant School, London
Lord Winston, fertility expert and broadcaster, discussed his thoughts on ethical issues at the beginning and end of life with a specially invited audience of young people in a talk called ‘Politicians’ Problems and Doctors’ Dilemmas’ on Thursday 23 June at the House of Lords.

Nearly 200 students, aged 14-18, from schools across the UK attended the Robing Room Lecture, part of the House of Lords outreach programme, which aims to reach out to different groups and communities to encourage their interest in the House of Lords.

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Banbridge Academy, County Down
Bishop Thomas Grant School, London
Centre of the Cell, London
Eastwood Comprehensive School, Nottinghamshire
Loreto College, Manchester
Newport High School, Shropshire
Ormiston Bushfield Academy, Cambridgeshire
Oxted School, Surrey
Prenton High School, The Wirral
Priory Integrated College, Holywood, Northern Ireland
Sharnbrook Upper School, Bedfordshire
Shipston High School, Warwickshire
Sunbury Manor School, Surrey
Thurston Community College, Suffolk
Whitefield School, London
William de Ferrers School, Essex
The Lord Speaker, Baroness Hayman, meets students before the lecture
Lord Winston speaks to his audience
“Hands up who thinks” – Lord Winston seeks the view of the student audience
Lord Winston spends time with students after the lecture
Participants pose for a group photo
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