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2(1)A person appointed under paragraph 1(d) (“an appointed member”) ceases to be a member of the Committee if—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)another person is appointed in the person's place, or
(b)the person ceases to be a member of the House of Commons.
(2)An appointed member may resign from the Committee by giving notice to the Committee.
(3)Except as provided by this paragraph, an appointed member is a member of the Committee for the remainder of the Parliament in which the person is appointed.
(4)An appointed member may be re-appointed (more than once) to membership of the Committee.
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