Chairman of Ways and Means

Chairman Of Ways And Means

This article is about the position in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom. For the position in the United States House of Representatives, see United States House Committee on Ways and Means.

In the United Kingdom, the Chairman of Ways and Means is a senior member of the House of Commons who acts as one of the Speaker's three deputies. The position is currently held by Lindsay Hoyle, Member of Parliament for Chorley, who was elected by secret ballot on 8 June 2010.

Read more about Chairman Of Ways And Means:  History and Functions, List of Chairmen of Ways and Means Since 1826, List of First Deputy Chairmen of Ways and Means, List of Second Deputy Chairmen of Ways and Means

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