This is the Working for an MP website, a resource for anyone working for a British Member of Parliament or with an interest in how Parliament works.
Season’s Greetings to all our readers
We’re still here, but likely to be reading emails and dealing with queries less promptly over the holiday break.
Members’ Staff Training
The next regional constituency event will take place on 27 January at 10am at the King’s Centre, Norwich. See here for further information.
Today’s Featured Guide: Doing Research in an MP’s Office
You very rarely have just one project to research and quite often need to be able to juggle a number of pieces of work, on a variety of topics, with differing deadlines. This guide will look at the sort of work a researcher undertakes and what sources you can use to find the information you need.
What’s On w4mp
The w4mp website has a wide range of resources. Click here to access them
|Jobs are at http://www.w4mpjobs.org/|
|Training details are at http://www.w4mptraining.co.uk/|
|News can be found in the w4mp blog|
|Notices are here|
|Events are here|
Getting in Touch
For general queries email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For job-related questions email email@example.com.
Or you can use our Feedback Form.
What Can w4mp Do For You?
We’ve commissioned a short video that explains what w4mp offers. Please feel free to share/embed it.
A brief overview of the w4mp website
Monthly Cartoon and alt.guides
Parliament is a serious place, and the Palace of Westminster and constituency offices are filled with hard-working, dedicated professionals engaged in the important business of running the country. Yet even the most committed need time for rest and recuperation, space to kick back and unwind, and opportunities to take a sideways look at their workplace, employers and even their political masters. Our alt.guides offer a sidelong view of life working for an MP, and include a monthly cartoon from Hoby.