Women and Equalities Committee

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The Women and Equalities Committee is a select committee of the House of Commons in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It was established following the 2015 general election to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the Government Equalities Office on equalities (gender, age, race, sexual orientation, disability and transgender/gender identity) issues.

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As of 25 January 2019, the members of the committee are as follows:

Member Party Constituency
Maria Miller MP (Chairman) Conservative Basingstoke
Tonia Antoniazzi MP Labour Gower
Sarah Champion MP Labour Rotherham
Angela Crawley MP Scottish National Party Lanark and Hamilton East
Philip Davies MP Conservative Shipley
Vicky Ford MP Conservative Chelmsford
Eddie Hughes MP Conservative Walsall North
Jess Phillips MP Labour Birmingham Yardley
Gavin Shuker MP Independent Luton South
Tulip Siddiq MP Labour Hampstead and Kilburn
Anna Soubry MP The Independent Group Broxtowe

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