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Bicameral offices work for both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. They provide services to promote the work of Parliament.
POST is Parliament's in-house source of independent, balanced and accessible analysis of public policy issues related to science and technology.
CPA UK promotes the advancement of parliamentary democracy by enhancing knowledge and understanding of democratic governance.
Browse Historical records online, search our catalogue of the Parliamentary Archives or arrange a visit to view our records.
The UK National Parliament Office (NPO) is the office which represents both Houses of the UK Parliament at EU level
The Parliamentary Digital Service (PDS), a joint department of both Houses of Parliament, provides technology and intranet services to Members and their staff.
The Education Service works on behalf of the House of Commons and House of Lords to provide resources for schools, and organises educational visits.
The Houses of Parliament Shop stocks copies of current Bills, Hansard and gifts.
The Parliamentary Procurement and Commercial Services (PPCS) is responsible for the House of Commons' and House of Lords' Procurement Policy and providing consultancy advice and direct support to Departments of the House, upon request.
The Parliamentary Security Department (PSD) is responsible for security for both Houses
The House of Commons Enquiry Service answers questions about the business, history and membership of the House.
Telephone: 020 7219 4272Email: email@example.comText phone: Dial 18001 followed by 020 7219 4272 Telephone enquiry service is open between 10am-12 midday and 2pm-4pm (Monday to Friday).
Contact the Lords Information Office with general enquiries about the Lords.
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