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Commons Select Committee
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee was established by the House of Commons in June 2010 for the duration of the 2010-2015 Parliament. Its remit was to consider political and constitutional reform.
On 3 June 2015 the House of Commons approved changes to Standing Orders to establish a Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee with a remit to examine: a) reports of the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman and connected matters
b) the quality of civil service administration and other related matters
c) constitutional affairs.