Tag Archives: parliamentary e-mails

‘I shall write to my MP…’

Constituents in post-war years, and especially from the 1970s onwards, contacted their MP in ever-growing numbers.  Concerns over housing or benefits would result in a letter being written.  More mail also started to come in on policy issues.  MPs were … Continue reading

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The disappearing snail mail….

This is my annual post on mail received in Parliament. As regular readers know, at the start of each year I table a parliamentary question asking how many items of correspondence were received in the Palace of Westminster in the previous … Continue reading

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‘Dear MP/peer..’ From letters to e-mails…

As regular readers know, at the start of each year I table a parliamentary question asking how many items of correspondence were received in the Palace of Westminster in the previous year (and, of these, what proportion was received in the … Continue reading

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The continuing decline of parliamentary snail mail

As regular readers will know, each year I table a parliamentary question asking how many items of correspondence were received in the Palace of Westminster in the previous year (and, of these, what proportion was received in the House of Lords).  … Continue reading

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E-mailing MPs

Last week, I circulated details to MPs of the next meeting of the all-party group on the constitution.  As soon as I had e-mailed the notice, I waited for my in-box to be inundated with automatic responses.  Rather than deleting … Continue reading

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