Most recent list of elected Labour select committee members

Business, Innovation and Skills

Adrian Bailey (c), Luciana Berger, Jack Dromey, Chi Onwurah, Rachel Reeves

Children, Schools and Families

Nic Dakin, Pat Glass, Liz Kendall, Ian Mearns, Lisa Nandy

Communities and Local Government

Clive Betts (c), Heidi Alexander, Clive Efford, Toby Perkins, Chris Williamson

Culture Media and Sport

David Cairns, Paul Farrelly, Alan Keen, Jim Sheridan, Tom Watson


David Hamilton, Madeleine Moon, Alison Seabeck, Gisela Stuart, John Woodcock

Environment and Climate Change

Gemma Doyle, Tom Greatrex, Albert Owen, John Robertson, Alan Whitehead

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

David Anderson, Tom Blenkinsop, Thomas Docherty, Bill Esterson, Mary Glindon

Foreign Affairs

Ann Clwyd, Mike Gapes, Emma Reynolds, Frank Roy, David Watts


Rosie Cooper, Fiona Mactaggart, Grahame Morris, Virendra Sharma, Valerie Vaz

Home Affairs

Keith Vaz (c), Steve McCabe, Alun Michael, Bridget Phillipson, David Winnick

International Development

Hugh Bayley, Russell Brown, Richard Burden, Ann McKechin, Anas Sarwar


Chris Evans, Sian James, Yasmin Qureshi, Linda Riordan, Karl Turner

Political and Constitutional Reform

Graham Allen (c), Sheila Gilmore, Tristram Hunt, Catherine McKinnell, Peter Soulsby

Science and Technology

Andrew Miller (c), Gregg McClymont, Pamela Nash, Jonathan Reynolds, Graham Stringer

Scottish Affairs

Ian Davidson (c), Cathy Jamieson, Jim McGovern, Fiona O’Donnell, Lindsay Roy


Louise Ellman (c), Lilian Greenwood, Tom Harris, Kelvin Hopkins, Angela Smith


John Cryer, Andy Love, John Mann, George Mudie, Chuka Umunna

Welsh Affairs

Geraint Davies, Nia Griffith, Susan Elan Jones, Jessica Morden, Owen Smith

Work & Pensions

Anne Begg (c), Karen Buck, Margaret Curran, Kate Green, Shabana Mahmood

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One Response to “Most recent list of elected Labour select committee members”

  1. Andrea says:

    These elections are taking forever to fill all vacancies. Maybe something needs to be worked up better next time.
    The Select Committees still not fully filled seem to be: Environmental Audit and Public Administration (both had vacancies also on Tory side after their first wave of committee elections).
    Northern Ireland is a bit of a “mystery” following the updates here on Labour Uncut. I guess it’s tied to the attempt to ensure small parties had select committee representation and the later Commons amendment to increase the size of certain committees (including North Ireland one)

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