By Edmund Marshall MP (auth.)
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Contacting the Member Many approaches to an MP come, not from individual constituents, but from groups of people, from parish councils and local authorities, from business firms, churches and other voluntary bodies, from trade unions, ad hoc action groups and a host of organisations at county, regional and national level. Many such approaches relate to nationwide problems, for example concerning a change in the general law, and the organisation making the approach may wonder which MP or MPs to approach.
20 Parliament and the Public complaint about insurance to contact the association, whether through his MP or not. Although in many of these fields it is not possible, or correct, for an MP to take action on behalf of a constituent, as there is other machinery for dealing with such complaints, it can be argued that an MP should be at least prepared to listen to a description of such grievances. In many cases problems may reveal a need for new legislation, and, although new laws cannot be applied retrospectively to problems which have already arisen, they can prevent similar problems recurring in future.
If such a lobbying group wishes to see the MP in his constituency, which is usually the most convenient way of proceeding, they should write to him in advance so that an appropriate time and place can be arranged for such a meeting. If the group wishes to meet the Member during one of his regular 'surgeries', there should be some limit on the number of persons taking part in the lobby, as a large crowd can disrupt the normal working of the 'surgery' and is unfair to the individual constituents Contacting the Member 29 who are there waiting to see their MP about personal problems.
Parliament and the Public by Edmund Marshall MP (auth.)