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Members and Constituency Etiquette

Published Tuesday, September 29, 2015

This note discusses the conventions that have developed as a result of the relationship between individual Members and their constituencies. It covers the issues of constituency casework, raising matters relating to another Member’s constituency in the House, and visits and speaking engagements in other constituencies. The Note deals also with the related matter of local precedence.

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This note discusses the conventions that have developed as a result of the relationship between individual Members and their constituencies. It covers the issues of constituency casework, raising matters relating to another Member’s constituency in the House, and visits and speaking engagements in other constituencies.

The Note deals also with the related matter of local precedence.

Commons Briefing papers SN02028

Author: Richard Kelly

Topics: House of Commons, Members of Parliament

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