West Midlands Regional Select Committee

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The West Midlands Regional Select Committee was one of nine regional select committee of the House of Commons in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The establishment of the committee was agreed by the House of Commons on 12 November 2008,[1] following the appointment of 'regional ministers' by Gordon Brown on his appointment as Prime Minister in June 2007.[2] The committee came into existence on 1 January 2009 and ceased to exist upon the dissolution of Parliament on 12 April 2010.[3][4]

The purpose of the Committee was "to examine regional strategies and the work of regional bodies" in the West Midlands.

Membership[edit]

Member Party Constituency
Richard Burden MP (Chair) Labour Birmingham Northfield
Adrian Bailey MP Labour West Bromwich West
Janet Dean MP Labour Burton
James Plaskitt MP Labour Warwich and Leamington
Richard Taylor MP Independent Health Concern Wyre Forest
Joan Walley MP Labour Stoke-on-Trent North

Source: Parliament website

Changes[edit]

Occasionally, the House of Commons orders changes to be made in terms of membership of select committees, as proposed by the Leader of the House. Such changes are shown below.

Date Outgoing Member
& Party
Constituency New Member
& Party
Constituency Source
10 November 2009 David Kidney MP (Labour) Stafford Janet Dean MP (Labour) Burton Hansard

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