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MPs are voting to elect select committee chairs of the House of Commons.
Elections are taking place for eleven committees where there were two or more nominations. Voting starts at 10am and finishes at 4pm.
The secret ballot is held in a committee room in the House of Commons.
No election was necessary for seventeen committees for which a single nomination was received. These MPs will be declared elected, unopposed, when the Speaker announces the results in the House of Commons.
Further details for each position of Chair, including nominations and supporting statements, are available on individual committee pages.
Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Labour)Communities and Local Government (Labour)Defence (Conservative)Education (Conservative)Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Conservative)Foreign Affairs (Conservative)Northern Ireland Affairs (Conservative)Science and Technology (Liberal Democrat)Transport (Labour)Treasury (Conservative)And, elected under a different standing order: Backbench Business Committee (Labour)
Culture, Media and Sport (Conservative) - Damian CollinsExiting the European Union (Labour) - Hilary BennHealth (Conservative) - Dr Sarah WollastonHome Affairs (Labour) - Yvette CooperInternational Development (Labour) - Stephen TwiggInternational Trade (Scottish National Party) - Angus Brendan MacNeilJustice (Conservative) - Robert NeillScottish Affairs (Scottish National Party) - Pete WishartWelsh Affairs (Conservative) - David T C DaviesWomen and Equalities (Conservative) - Mrs Maria MillerWork and Pensions (Labour) - Frank FieldAnd other specified select committees:Environmental Audit (Labour) - Mary CreaghPetitions (Labour) - Helen JonesProcedure (Conservative) - Mr Charles WalkerPublic Accounts (Labour) - Meg HillierPublic Administration and Constitutional Affairs (Conservative) - Mr Bernard JenkinStandards (Labour) - Sir Kevin Barron
The successful candidates will formally take up their positions as Chairs when the remaining members of the committee have been appointed by the House.
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