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Writing to your MP Writing to politicians is a great way to raise awareness of homelessness and poor housing in your local area. It’s quick and easy, plus helps your MP to represent you in Parliament.
When sending e-mails to a MP or other elected representative, be sure to follow many of the same standards included in the “Writing a Letter to a MP” section (p.25). The email should be brief and focused, with the correct style of address for the representative.Write to your politicians, national or local, for free. Over 200,000 messages sent last year.Writing a letter to your MP can be as simple as editing and printing a sample letter and can be done in as little as 5 minutes. However, if you have more time to spare, we would encourage you to express your views in your own words even if you use the sample letters as a starting point.
Contact the Prime Minister - Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Please use the form below to email the Prime Minister's Office. Please note that the Prime Minister’s Office is a part of the Cabinet Office, a Government Department.Read More
You may want to include copies of documents from CRA with your letter to your Member of Parliament. Inform your MP if your doctor has refused to complete Form T2201 for the DTC, providing details of the medical practitioners' objections. Ask your MP to write to the Ministers of Finance and National Revenue on your behalf and forward copies to you.Read More
Dear (Name of your MP), I am writing to you as a constituent of (your constituency) because I am concerned about the climate emergency. I’ve already seen the impacts of climate change in our local area, from the extreme temperatures of this summer’s heatwave to ( insert some changes you have seen ).Read More
Your MP can write to the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) on your behalf if your benefits have been miscalculated, or if you want to appeal a decision made. Similarly, if you’re confused about a decision, an MP’s caseworker can often talk you through what your options are, and sometimes point you in the direction of further assistance.Read More
Ideally write from your own personal email, not your firm’s as you are a constituent not a lawyer; your firm’s e- message will be full of disclaimers, logos etc. Put your constituency home address and phone number at the start of the email, as the MP has to check you are a constituent: if you don’t you will be emailed back to ask for this.Read More
More than 200 Parliamentarians have signed the joint international parliamentary statement on National Security legislation, but the more signatories we get the more powerful the message. We enclose below a template email for you to write to your MP, encouraging them to stand with Hong Kong.Read More
Write to your MP Thank you to all those of you that wrote to your MPs about our reception, it had a great effect! We would be very grateful if you would now follow-up with them and ask them how they can help us get our draft bill into legislation.Read More
For some campaigns we ask you to write to your MP to draw attention to a human rights concern. To find out who your MP is visit writetothem.com and enter your postcode or call the House of Commons information line on 020 7219 4272.Read More
Coronavirus: Write to your MP. The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme excludes a whole sector of workers, including around six million self-employed workers. We need action and we need it quickly. Here’s a letter you can send to your MP. Subject: Support for the self-employed during the coronavirus.Read More
Letter to MP RE: Family Justice I know that supporting children is a matter close to your heart which is why I wrote to you recently to thank you for your support in the last Parliament for Suella Fernandes’s proposed Bill on Family Justice reform.Read More