Finance Committee (House of Commons)

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The Finance Committee, until 2015 known as the Finance and Services Committee,[1] is a select committee of the House of Commons in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The committee considers expenditure on and the administration of services for the House of Commons, and it has responsibility for detailed scrutiny of the House’s budget.

Membership[edit]

As of 21 March 2019, the members of the committee are as follows:

Member Party Constituency
Chris Bryant MP Labour Rhondda
Clive Betts MP Labour Sheffield South East
Bambos Charalambous MP Labour Enfield Southgate
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP Conservative The Cotswolds
Luke Graham MP Conservative Ochil and South Perthshire
Neil Gray MP Scottish National Party Airdrie and Shotts
Rt. Hon. Sir Lindsay Hoyle PC MP Labour Chorley
Stephen McPartland MP Conservative Stevenage
Mark Menzies MP Conservative Fylde
Sir Robert Syms MP Conservative Poole
Rt. Hon. Mark Tami PC MP Labour Alyn and Deeside

Source: [1]

Changes[edit]

Occasionally, the House of Commons orders changes to be made in terms of membership of select committees, as proposed by the Committee of Selection. Such changes between 2010 and January 2013 are shown below.

Date Outgoing Member
& Party
Constituency New Member
& Party
Constituency Source
8 November 2010 Luciana Berger MP (Labour Co-op) Liverpool Wavertree Clive Betts MP (Labour) Sheffield South East Hansard
14 November 2011 Brooks Newmark MP (Conservative) Braintree Shailesh Vara MP (Conservative) North West Cambridgeshire Hansard
30 January 2012 Jonathan Reynolds MP (Labour Co-op) Stalybridge and Hyde George Howarth MP (Labour) Knowsley Hansard
14 January 2013 Shailesh Vara MP (Conservative) North West Cambridgeshire Greg Knight MP (Conservative) Derby North Hansard

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