Government and Financial Conduct Authority Responses to the Committee’s Twenty-Second Report: Crypto-assets
The Treasury Committee
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Nicky Morgan MP (Conservative, Loughborough) (Chair)
Rushanara Ali MP (Labour, Bethnal Green and Bow)
Mr Steve Baker MP (Conservative, Wycombe)
Colin Clark MP (Conservative, Gordon)
Mr Simon Clarke MP (Conservative, Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland)
Charlie Elphicke MP (Independent, Dover)
Stewart Hosie MP (Scottish National Party, Dundee East)
Alison McGovern (Labour, Wirral South)
Catherine McKinnell MP (Labour, Newcastle upon Tyne North)
John Mann MP (Labour, Bassetlaw)
Wes Streeting MP (Labour, Ilford North)
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