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In UK politics, there are multiple layers of government. Different politicians have different level of responsibilities. MPs typically have responsibility for issues around crime, whereas Councillors have responsibility for housing. MSPs and Welsh AMs have responsibility for health, with London AMs being responsible for transport. It can quickly get very complicated, confusing and unrealistic to expect voters to be aware of the intimate workings of the political process. Our service prioritises engagement and building connections while being simple to understand.

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What To Do

We believe that giving you the chance to share your review on a politician helps to improve politics for everyone. Here are
the two simple ways to submit your review on Review Your Politician.

OPTION 1

Review Named Politician(s)

Do you want to submit a review on specific politician(s)? Just complete Question 1 (here) by submitting the name of the politician(s), including your name, email, telephone and address (inc. postcode). You’re only permitted to submit a review on a politician in your local area. A review on a politician that is outside of, for example, the city you vote in will not be accepted.

OPTION 2

Review All Politician(s)

Not sure who to review? Or, do you want to review all politicians in your local area? If so, leave the field for Question 1 (here) blank, completing the remaining five questions, including your name, email, telephone and address (inc. postcode). We’ll then share your review with all politicians in your area, inviting them to respond to your concerns.

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Politician Directory

Search for your national politicians by location and the constituency you vote in an election.

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Aberavon  

Stephen Kinnock (Labour)

 

Aberconwy

Robin Millar (Conservative)

 

Aberdeen North

Kirsty Blackman (SNP)

 

Aberdeen South

Stephen Flynn (SNP)

 

West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine 

Andrew Bowie (Conservative)

 

Airdrie and Shotts

Neil Gray (SNP)

 

Aldershot

Leo Docherty (Conservative)

 

Aldridge-Brownhills

Wendy Morton (Conservative)

 

Altrincham and Sale West

Sir Graham Brady (Conservative)

 

Alyn and Deeside

Mark Tami (Labour)

 

Amber Valley

Nigel Mills (Conservative)

 

Angus

Dave Doogan (SNP)

 

East Antrim

Sammy Wilson (DUP)

 

North Antrim

Ian Paisley (DUP)

 

South Antrim

Paul Girvan (DUP)

 

Arfon

Hywel Williams (Plaid Cymru)

 

Argyll and Bute

Brendan O’Hara (SNP)

 

Arundel and South Downs

Andrew Griffith (Conservative)

 

Ashfield

Lee Anderson (Conservative)

 

Ashford

Damian Green (Conservative)

 

Ashton-under-Lyne

Angela Rayner (Labour)

 

Aylesbury

Rob Butler (Conservative)

 

Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock

Allan Dorans (SNP)

 

Central Ayrshire

Dr Philippa Whitford (SNP)

 

North Ayrshire and Arran

Patricia Gibson (SNP)

 

Banbury

Victoria Prentis (Conservative)

 

Banff and Buchan

David Duguid (Conservative)

 

Barking

Dame Margaret Hodge (Labour)

 

Barnsley Central

Dan Jarvis (Labour)

 

Barnsley East

Stephanie Peacock (Labour)

 

Barrow and Furness

Simon Fell (Conservative)

 

Basildon and Billericay

John Baron (Conservative)

 

South Basildon and East Thurrock 

Stephen Metcalfe (Conservative)

 

Basingstoke

Maria Miller (Conservative)

 

Bassetlaw

Brendan Clarke-Smith (Conservative)

 

Bath

Wera Hobhouse (Liberal Democrat)

 

Batley and Spen

Tracy Brabin (Labour)

 

Battersea

Marsha De Cordova (Labour)

 

Beaconsfield

Joy Morrissey (Conservative)

 

Beckenham

Bob Stewart (Conservative)

 

Bedford

Mohammad Yasin (Labour)

 

Mid Bedfordshire 

Nadine Dorries (Conservative)

 

North East Bedfordshire

Richard Fuller (Conservative)

 

South West Bedfordshire

Andrew Selous (Conservative)

 

Belfast East

Gavin Robinson (DUP)

 

Belfast North

John Finucane (Sinn Féin)

 

Belfast South

Claire Hanna (SDLP)

 

Belfast West

Paul Maskey (Sinn Féin)

 

Bermondsey and Old Southwark

Neil Coyle (Labour)

 

Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk 

John Lamont (Conservative)

 

Berwick-upon-Tweed

Anne-Marie Trevelyan (Conservative)

 

Bethnal Green and Bow

Rushanara Ali (Labour)

 

Beverley and Holderness

Graham Stuart (Conservative)

 

Bexhill and Battle

Huw Merriman (Conservative)

 

Bexleyheath and Crayford

Sir David Evennett (Conservative)

 

Birkenhead

Mick Whitley (Labour)

 

Birmingham, Edgbaston

Preet Kaur Gill (Labour)

 

Birmingham, Erdington

Jack Dromey (Labour)

 

Birmingham, Hall Green

Tahir Ali (Labour)

 

Birmingham, Hodge Hill

Liam Byrne (Labour)

 

Birmingham, Ladywood

Shabana Mahmood (Labour)

 

Birmingham, Northfield

Gary Sambrook (Conservative)

 

Birmingham, Perry Barr

Khalid Mahmood (Labour)

 

Birmingham, Selly Oak

Steve McCabe (Labour)

 

Birmingham, Yardley

Jess Phillips (Labour)

 

Bishop Auckland

Dehenna Davison (Conservative)

 

Blackburn

Kate Hollern (Labour)

 

Blackley and Broughton

Graham Stringer (Labour)

 

Blackpool North and Cleveleys

Paul Maynard (Conservative)

 

Blackpool South

Scott Benton (Conservative)

 

Blaenau Gwent

Nick Smith (Labour)

 

Blaydon

Liz Twist (Labour)

 

Blyth Valley

Ian Levy (Conservative)

 

Bognor Regis and Littlehampton

Nick Gibb (Conservative)

 

Bolsover

Mark Fletcher (Conservative)

 

Bolton North East

Mark Logan (Conservative)

 

Bolton South East 

Yasmin Qureshi (Labour)

 

Bolton West

Chris Green (Conservative)

 

Bootle

Peter Dowd (Labour)

 

Boston and Skegness 

Matt Warman (Conservative)

 

Bosworth

Dr Luke Evans (Conservative)

 

Bournemouth East 

Tobias Ellwood (Conservative)