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This information will help you get a meeting with your MP and plan what to say. This might seem a bit daunting at first but people meet their MPs every week about a whole number of issues.
You can find out who you MP is at FindyourMP or call the Public Information Office in Parliament on 020 7218 4272.
You'll need to get in touch with your MP to let them know you want to meet with them. The simplest way is to get in touch with your MP by telephone. You can usually find their office phone number by searching for your MP's name on the internet. If you can't find their local phone number, you can call their office in Parliament by calling the House of Commons switchboard on 020 7219 3000 and asking to be put through to your MP's office.
When you phone their office, their staff should be able to help you arrange an appointment to speak with your MP. It's helpful to explain what you want to discuss with your MP to help them come to your meeting prepared.
You might want to write a few notes in advance to help you remember what you want to say. By all means take these with you when you meet your MP if you think it will help you.
You might also want to leave some extra information with your MP at the end of the meeting if it's available. This might help them look into the issues you have raised.
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