Liaison Committee

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The Liaison Committee is a committee of the British House of Commons, the lower house of the United Kingdom Parliament. The committee consists of the Chairmen of the 32 Commons Select Committees and the chairman of the Joint Committee on Human Rights.

The role of the committee is to consider general matters relating to the work of select committees. It advises the House of Commons Commission on select committees as well as choosing select committee reports for debate in the chamber.

Since 2002, the Prime Minister has appeared annually before the Liaison Committee in order to give evidence on matters of public policy. David Cameron went before the liaison committee for the first time after the United Kingdom general election, 2010 on 18 November 2010.[1]

Membership[edit]

As of 20 April 2016, the members of the committee are as follows:

  Member Party Constituency Committee
The Rt Hon. Andrew Tyrie MP (Chair) Conservative Chichester Treasury
The Rt Hon. Kevin Barron MP Labour Rother Valley Standards and Privileges
Sir Paul Beresford MP Conservative Mole Valley Administration
Clive Betts MP Labour Sheffield South East Communities and Local Government
Nicola Blackwood MP Conservative Oxford West and Abingdon Science and Technology
Crispin Blunt MP Conservative Croydon South Foreign Affairs
Andrew Bridgen MP Conservative North West Leicestershire Regulatory Reform
The Rt Hon. Nick Brown MP Labour Newcastle upon Tyne East Finance
Neil Carmichael MP Conservative Stroud Education
Sir William Cash MP Conservative Stone European Scrutiny
Mary Creagh MP Labour Wakefield Environmental Audit
David TC Davies MP Conservative Monmouth Welsh Affairs
Louise Ellman MP Labour Co-op Liverpool Riverside Transport
The Rt Hon. Frank Field MP Labour Birkenhead Work and Pensions
The Rt Hon. Harriet Harman MP Labour Camberwell and Peckham Human Rights (Joint)
Meg Hillier MP Labour Co-op Hackney South and Shoreditch Public Accounts
The Honourable Bernard Jenkin MP Conservative Harwich and North Essex Public Administration
Helen Jones MP Labour Warrington North Petitions
Dr Julian Lewis MP Conservative New Forest East Defence
Angus Brendan MacNeil MP SNP Na h-Eileanan an Iar Energy and Climate Change
Ian Mearns MP Labour Gateshead Backbench Business
Maria Miller MP Conservative Basingstoke Women and Equalities
Bob Neill MP Conservative Bromley and Chislehurst Justice
Jesse Norman MP Conservative Hereford and South Herefordshire Culture, Media and Sport
Neil Parish MP Conservative Tiverton and Honiton Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Laurence Robertson MP Conservative Tewkesbury Northern Ireland Affairs
Derek Twigg MP Labour Halton Statutory Instruments
Stephen Twigg MP Labour Co-op Liverpool West Derby International Development
The Rt Hon. Keith Vaz MP Labour Leicester East Home Affairs
Charles Walker MP Conservative Broxbourne Procedure
Bill Wiggin MP Conservative North Herefordshire Selection
Pete Wishart MP SNP Perth and North Perthshire Scottish Affairs
Dr Sarah Wollaston MP Conservative Totnes Health
Iain Wright MP Labour Hartlepool Business, Innovation and Skills

Source: [1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PM quizzed by MPs over spending review". BBC News. 18 November 2010. Retrieved 19 November 2010.