Policy paper

'Lessons to be learnt'

'Lessons to be learnt, for duty holders and the regulator, from reviews and investigations into non-compliance' is a review by the ASC into incidents of non-compliance at Imperial College London.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government


'Lessons to be learnt': report

Government response to the Animals in Science Committee's letter

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The ASC established a working group to draw up advice to the minister, following the allegations of non-compliance and other forms of bad practice at Imperial College London. This report, with its findings and recommendations, has been endorsed by the full ASC membership.

Accompanying the report, are a letter from John Landers, ASC Chair, to Norman Baker, Minister for Crime Prevention and the government’s response to the letter.

Published 2 July 2014