How to write to your MP to complain about Dominic Cummings.
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Be clear what you want the MP to do, and ask in terms: ( e.g. sign motion, table pq, write to the minister). Listen to what the MP says: let them have their say: you wouldn’t interrupt a judge (unless they’re really rambling on.) Ask for a report back.
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For national issues use their parliamentary address (available here) and for local issues write to their local electorate offices. The parliamentary website can help find your MP's contact details. If it's a national issue, instead of writing directly to a Cabinet Minister, write to your MP or a list MP based in your region, and ask them to pass on the letter to the appropriate Minister.