Economic Affairs Committee (House of Lords)

Summary

The Economic Affairs Committee is a select committee of the House of Lords in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It has a broad remit "to consider economic affairs".

Membership

As of January 2021, the membership of the committee is as follows:[1]

Member Party
The Lord Forsyth of Drumlean (Chair) Conservative
The Lord Bridges of Headley Conservative
The Viscount Chandos Labour
The Lord Fox Liberal Democrat
The Baroness Harding of Winscombe Conservative
The Lord Haskel Labour
The Lord King of Lothbury Crossbench
The Baroness Kingsmill Labour
The Baroness Kramer Liberal Democrat
The Lord Livingston of Parkhead Conservative
The Lord Monks Labour
The Lord Skidelsky Crossbench
The Lord Stern of Brentford Crossbench

Sub-committee

The Finance Bill Sub-Committee is a sub-committee of the Economic Affairs Committee. It has a remit to consider the Finance Bill.

Membership

The committee was first appointed in September 2018. As of July 2021, the members of the committee are:[2]

Member Party
Baron Bridges of Headley (Chair) Conservative
Baron Butler of Brockwell Crossbench
Viscount Chandos Labour
Baroness Harding of Winscombe Conservative
Baron Haskel Labour
Baroness Kramer Liberal Democrat
Lord Monks Labour
Baroness Noakes Conservative

References

  1. ^ "Economic Affairs Committee - membership". UK Parliament.
  2. ^ "Finance Bill Sub-Committee - membership". UK Parliament.

External links

  • Economic Affairs Committee
  • The records of the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee are held by the UK Parliamentary Archives
  • The records of the House of Lords Economic Affairs Finance Bill Sub-Committee are held by the UK Parliamentary Archives