Contacting Parliament

Parliament works on behalf of the UK public. It examines and questions the Government, and its Members can act on your behalf. The public are welcome to contact individual MPs, Lords and parliamentary offices and departments.

Contacting offices, departments and committees

Contact details for all parliamentary offices, departments and committees.

Contacting the government

Contact details for all government departments

Contacting the Parliamentary Archives

The Archives hold millions of records on both Houses and other material relating to Parliament.

Contacting your MP

In most cases you can write, phone, fax or email your local MP.

Related information

Postal address

Members and staff can be contacted at the these postal addresses:

  • House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
  • House of Lords, London, SW1A 0PW
Telephone

Members of both Houses can be contacted via the parliamentary switchboard. Information about Parliament is available from the Information Offices.

  • Switchboard: 020 7219 3000
  • Commons Information Office: 020 7219 4272
  • Lords Information Office: 020 7219 3107