The Future of DFID's Programme in India - International Development Committee Contents

International Development Committee

Rt Hon. Malcolm Bruce MP, (Liberal Democrat, Gordon) (Chairman)

Hugh Bayley MP, (Labour, City of York)

Richard Burden MP, (Labour, Birmingham, Northfield)

Sam Gyimah MP (Conservative, East Surrey)

Richard Harrington MP, (Conservative, Watford)

Pauline Latham MP, (Conservative, Mid Derbyshire)

Jeremy Lefroy (Conservative, Stafford)

Mr Michael McCann MP, (Labour, East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow)

Alison McGovern MP, (Labour, Wirral South)

Anas Sarwar MP, (Labour, Glasgow Central)

Chris White MP, (Conservative, Warwick and Leamington)

The following members were also members of the committee during the parliament:

Mr Russell Brown MP, (Labour, Dumfries, Galloway)

Mr James Clappison MP, (Conservative, Hertsmere)

Ann McKechin MP, (Labour, Glasgow North)


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