An early casualty of Theresa May's general election is likely to be the Chair of the Transport Select Committee.
Commons rules say that an MP can chair a select committee for eight years or two parliaments, whichever is the longer.
Louise Ellman, the Labour MP for Liverpool Riverside, was first elected chair of the Transport Select Committee in 2008, following the untimely death of 'Madam Chairman' Gwyneth Dunwoody MP.
Louise has served on the Transport Select Committee for twenty years, since she was first elected to Parliament in 1997.
Although held by a Labour MP over many years, the chairmanship of the Transport Select Committee (and indeed the party affiliations of all the select committee chairs) will be dependent on the share of seats held by each party in the new Parliament.
Ellman has presided over an increasingly influential Transport Committee, and it is be hoped (voters willing) that her experience will not be entirely lost to TSC after June.