Nigel Evans elected on to the House of Commons Administration Select Committee

Nigel was this week elected on to the House of Commons Administration Select Committee, a cross-party group which oversees the services provided by the House of Commons for both Members of Parliament and the public. It is composed of 16 MPs and was established in 2005 to incorporate the work of the Accommodation and Works, Administration, Broadcasting, Catering and Information Committees. 

Speaking from Westminster after his election to the Committtee Mr Evans said, “I am delighted that in my 23rd year as a Member of Parliament I have been elected to this important committee, which oversees many of the publically visible workings of Parliament. It is my intention to make sure that Parliament is as open and welcoming to as many members of the public as possible while remaining conscious of the historic nature of Parliament.”