Public Accounts Committee

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A nondepartmental select committee of the House of Commons, established in 1861 to examine government expenditure and report on any irregularity or other matter to which it considers that attention should be drawn. It has 15 members and a chairman who is customarily a member of the Opposition.

Subjects: Law.

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