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The Speaker's Conference was convened under the leadership of the Speaker, Michael Martin (now Lord Martin) and the Speaker, John Bercow MP from 22 June 2009. The Commission made their final report on 10 March 2010.
The membership was as follows:
Membership information is currently unavailable.
Standard note outlining the background to previous Speaker's Conferences including lists of their terms of reference and membership
Extended Summary with recommendations from the Speaker's Conference Final Report
The Speaker of the House of Commons chairs debates in the Commons chamber. The holder of this office is an MP who has been elected to be Speaker by other Members of Parliament. During debates the Speaker keeps order and calls MPs to speak.