A Member of Parliament (MP) is elected by a particular area or constituency in the United Kingdom to represent them in the House of Commons. Once elected an MP represents all the people in his or her constituency and can ask government ministers questions, speak about issues in the House of Commons and consider and propose new laws.

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Alphabetical list of Members of Parliament

Related glossary term: Constituencies

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