There is a strict convention at Westminster that Members of Parliament do not seek to intervene in matters affecting the constituents of other Members. In normal circumstances, therefore, I will only be able to pursue matters raised by my own constituents.
Other ways to seek help
Constituents often approach me with a problem because they do not know who else could help them. In these circumstances, I will try my best to help you. However, if your problem really concerns the local council, rather than central government, then you should contact your local council or councillor first. Contact information for the local council and councillors can be found at the following website:
What can Carolyn do for you?
If you require help with any of the following issues do not hesitate to get in touch:
- Asylum, immigration and nationality
- Crime, civil law, justice and rights
- Tax credits