Yes, the plan is that it will be a select committee. The way we run the majority of our select committees in this country is that the chairman is elected from across the House. The chairman of the committee will be elected by Labour and Conservative MPs, and in fact the franchise is every MP in the House.
At the start of Parliament, the usual channels, which are the whips' offices, decide how many committees will have a Labour chairman or a Conservative chairman. Once that's decided, for those committees that are going to be chaired by a Conservative, it will be an open competition amongst Conservatives to put their names forward, and the whole House, from across the political parties, will vote on that individual.
Firstly, we will have an elected chairman, and it's not sure whether it will be from the main party or the main party of opposition, that is still to be decided. The members will be drawn again from across the House. The balance will probably be slightly in favour of the party of government. They will be elected by their own parties.