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In response to a request to the Members for details of the preferred form of their names, titles and qualifications; the lists above have been compiled.  Links to email and websites are also given where available. Where an email address is not available details of postal and telephone contact points are given. MPs are difficult to contact at the best of times. We hope that our A to Z listing is of some benefit.


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Enquiries about the work, proceedings and history of the House of Commons should be directed to the House of Commons Information Office. However, the Information Office cannot accept  emails to Members of Parliament. For information about how to contact an MP, see Contacting your MP

Enquiries about the role and work of the House of Lords should be directed to the House of Lords Information Office.

Enquiries about the historical records of both houses of Parliament should be directed to the Parliamentary Archives.

Enquiries about the work of Parliament from teachers and young people should be directed to the Parliamentary Education Unit, which acts for both Houses of Parliament.

Enquiries about private legislation, hybrid bills and orders should be directed to one of the Private Bill Offices of both Houses.



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