Dual mandate (commonly known as 'double jobbing') refers to the situation when elected representatives hold seats in another elected body at the same time.Jump to full report >>
This list looks at MPs who held dual mandates in the House of Commons and other legislatures since the UK joined the European Economic Community in 1973:
There are currently no MPs holding dual mandates between the House of Commons and the above bodies.
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Commons Briefing papers SN04101
Author: Sarah Priddy