Committees of the whole House are presided over by a member of the House of Commons1 who is known as the Chairman of Ways and Means, and who holds office for the duration of the Parliament2. The Chairman of Ways and Means is elected by the whole House in a ballot with the two other Deputy Speakers in a way which ensures party and gender balance.
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