Baroness Ilora Finlay
Baroness Ilora Finlay of Llandaff is President of the Chartered Society for Physiotherapy, President of Attend; Vice President of Hospice UK and of Marie Curie Care. Past-President of BMA, RSM and Association for Palliative Medicine. Elected member of BMA Ethics Committee and Bevan Commissioner in Wales.
She has chaired the National Mental Capacity Forum (England and Wales) for Ministry of Justice since 2015 and became a life-Peer in 2001 in the House of Lords and has been a Deputy Speaker since 2018.
Previously Baroness Finlay was member of various House of Lords Select Committee inquiries in Science and Technology, Allergy, the Built Environment and the Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill. Vice Chair of various All Party Parliamentary Groups (APPG).
She is founder of think-tank Living and Dying Well 2010 and Chair of Alcohol Harms Commission 2019, its-present report ‘It's Everywhere’ (2020).