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    Margaret Hodge, the former culture minister, will compete with fellow Labour MP Hugh Bayley for the powerful role of chairman of the public accounts committee, according to The Guardian. It forms part of the first-ever election of the heads of select committees. Candidates have to receive 15 nominations from MPs and the elections will be held using the alternative vote system.

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Margaret Hodge, the former culture minister, will compete with fellow Labour MP Hugh Bayley for the powerful role of chairman of the public accounts committee, according to The Guardian. It forms part of the first-ever election of the heads of select committees. Candidates have to receive 15 nominations from MPs and the elections will be held using the alternative vote system.


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