John as Member of Parliament for Buckingham
Rt. Hon. John Bercow MP
House of Commons
London SW1A 0AA
Telephone: 020 7219 6346
If you are a constituent and are contacting me for assistance or to raise an issue, please ensure your full postal address and telephone number are included in your correspondence. Without this information, I will be unable to advance matters further on your behalf.
Due to strict parliamentary protocol, Members of Parliament are only permitted to make representations on behalf of their own constituents. If you are not a resident of the Buckingham constituency, I would advise you to contact your own MP. You can find out who they are here: http://www.writetothem.com/
Occasionally, people contact me on behalf of a friend or relative. If that person is an adult, and unless you hold power of attorney, the individual will need to provide written permission for you, and my office, to act of their behalf. Alternatively, the individual can complete the following Form of Authority: Download Form of Authority here
The form must be completed, signed and returned to me by post or by email.
If you have a specific case you would like to discuss with me, I offer constituents the opportunity to attend one of my surgeries held in various locations around the constituency. Appointments are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
In order to book an appointment at one of my surgeries, my office will require a written summary of the issues you would like to discuss, as well as any background information you feel might be useful.
John as Speaker of the House of Commons
If you are not a constituent and are contacting me in my capacity as Speaker of the House of Commons, your correspondence will be forwarded to the Speaker’s Office for attention. Alternatively, please use the following direct contact details:
Telephone: 020 7219 5300
Fax: 020 7219 6901
Earlier this month, following extensive correspondence with a farming family in my constituency who have had the misfortune of being consistently targeted by organised criminals over the past 20 years, I organised a meeting between a number of local farmers, representatives from the local NFU Mutual branches and representatives from Thames Valley Police to discuss the ever-present issue of rural crime.
Both in Westminster, and across the country, the word of the moment is undoubtedly ‘Europe’. As readers will now know, a referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union will be held on Thursday 23rd June and campaigning for both sides is well underway.