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Now we know. On or before Thursday October 31, John Bercow will stand down as Speaker of the House of Commons after ten years in the post, and MPs will elect a successor from among their number to preside over their proceedings, run the administration which supports the chamber and be, for many casual observers, the public face of Parliament. Already half a dozen names have put themselves forward.

But what will be the priorities facing him or her, the most pressing issues which a new Speaker will have to deal with?

The first decision the new Speaker will have to take is what style he or she will adopt as presiding officer of the Commons. Bercow has been a forthright and grandiloquent figure,...

Now we know. On or before Thursday October 31, John Bercow will stand down as Speaker of the House of Commons after ten years in the post, and MPs will elect a successor from among their number to preside over their proceedings, run the administration which supports the chamber and be, for many casual observers, the public face of Parliament. Already half a dozen names have put themselves forward.

But what will be the priorities facing him or her, the most pressing issues which a new Speaker will have to deal with?

The first decision the new Speaker will have to take is what style he or she will adopt as presiding officer of the Commons. Bercow has been a forthright and grandiloquent figure,...

Now we know. On or before Thursday October 31, John Bercow will stand down as Speaker of the House of Commons after ten years in the post, and MPs will elect a successor from among their number to preside over their proceedings, run the administration which supports the chamber and be, for many casual observers, the public face of Parliament. Already half a dozen names have put themselves forward.

But what will be the priorities facing him or her, the most pressing issues which a new Speaker will have to deal with?

The first decision the new Speaker will have to take is what style he or she will adopt as presiding officer of the Commons. Bercow has been a forthright and grandiloquent figure,...

Now we know. On or before Thursday October 31, John Bercow will stand down as Speaker of the House of Commons after ten years in the post, and MPs will elect a successor from among their number to preside over their proceedings, run the administration which supports the chamber and be, for many casual observers, the public face of Parliament. Already half a dozen names have put themselves forward.

But what will be the priorities facing him or her, the most pressing issues which a new Speaker will have to deal with?

The first decision the new Speaker will have to take is what style he or she will adopt as presiding officer of the Commons. Bercow has been a forthright and grandiloquent figure,...