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Michael Ryle (1927-2013) founded the Study of Parliament Group in 1964 with political scientist Bernard Crick. He was a House of Commons Clerk, serving from 1951 until his retirement in 1989, when he had reached the post of Clerk of Committees, in charge of the House's system of select committees. Read more about Michael in his obituary in the Independent, by former MP Tam Dalyell.
Following Michael's death, and to mark the Group's 50th anniversary, we decided to commemorate him by a series of lectures on current political themes.