Culture, Media and Sport Committee


Culture, Media and Sport Committee

The Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee is one of the Select Committees of the British House of Commons, established in 1997. It oversees the operations of the Department of Culture, Media and Sport which replaced the Department for National Heritage.

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Membership

As of 24 October 2011, the membership of the committee is as follows:

Member Party Constituency
John Whittingdale MP (Chair) Conservative Maldon
Therese Coffey MP Conservative Suffolk Coastal
Damian Collins MP Conservative Folkestone and Hythe
Philip Davies MP Conservative Shipley
Paul Farrelly MP Labour Newcastle-under-Lyme
Alan Keen MP Labour Co-op Feltham and Heston
Louise Mensch MP Conservative Corby
Steve Rotheram MP Labour Liverpool Walton
Adrian Sanders MP Liberal Democrat Torbay
Jim Sheridan MP Labour Paisley and Renfrewshire North
Tom Watson MP Labour West Bromwich East

Source: Culture, Media and Sport Committee

Changes

Occasionally, the House of Commons orders changes to be made in terms of membership of select committees, as proposed by the Committee of Selection. Such changes are shown below.

Date Outgoing Member
& Party
Constituency New Member
& Party
Constituency Source
9 May 2011 David Cairns MP (Labour) Inverclyde
Vacant
Hansard
19 July 2011
Vacant
Cathy Jamieson MP (Labour Co-op) Kilmarnock and Loudoun Hansard
24 October 2011 Cathy Jamieson MP (Labour Co-op) Kilmarnock and Loudoun Steve Rotheram MP (Labour) Liverpool Walton Hansard

See also

List of committees of the United Kingdom Parliament

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