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Members of Parliament (MPs)

Information about the role of MPs and who your MP is. Also gives details on who the MP is for Beverley and Holderness, Brigg and Goole, East Yorkshire, Haltemprice and Howden and Hull West and Hessle. 

What is the role of a Member of Parliament (MP)?

The role of a MP is to help their constituents by advising on problems (particularly those that arise from the work of government departments), representing the concerns of their constituents in Parliament (House of Commons) and acting as a figurehead for the local area.

MPs' duties in Parliament include participating in debates and voting on legislation and other matters. They may also be members of committees examining new laws or the work of government departments. Some have a role as a minister in government or a spokesperson in opposition. 

MPs have responsibilities to three main groups: their constituents, Parliament and their political party. One MP is elected to the House of Commons by each of the UK’s 600+ constituencies.

Who is my Member of Parliament (MP)?

The East Riding of Yorkshire is divided into 5 constituencies, each of which has its own Member of Parliament (MP).

 Constituency Member of Parliament (MP) 
  Beverley and Holderness   Graham Stuart
  Brigg and Goole   Andrew Percy
  East Yorkshire   The Rt. Hon. Sir Greg Knight
  Haltemprice and Howden   The Rt. Hon. David Davis
  Hull West and Hessle

  Emma Hardy

Who is the MP for Beverley and Holderness? 

The MP for Beverley and Holderness is Mr Graham Stuart (Conservative) whose contact details are below.

House of Commons Office:
Niki Roberts, Officer Manager
House of Commons
London
SW1A 0AA

Telephone: (020) 7219 4340 or 01482 679687
Email: graham@grahamstuart.comor niki@grahamstuart.com

Website: www.grahamstuart.com (external website)

Who is the MP for Brigg and Goole?

The MP for Brigg and Goole is Mr Andrew Percy (Conservative) whose contact details are below.
 
Constituency Office:
Mr Robert Lingard
83 Pasture Road
GOOLE
East Riding of Yorkshire
DN14 6BP
 
Telephone: (01405) 767969
 
Email: brigg.goole@gmail.com
Website: www.andrewpercy.org (external website)
 
House of Commons Office:
Mr Andrew Percy
House of Commons
LONDON
SW1A 0AA
 
Telephone: 020 7219 7208

Who is the MP for East Yorkshire?

The MP for East Yorkshire is The Rt. Hon. Sir Greg Knight (Conservative) whose contact details are below.

Constituency Office:
18 Exchange Street
Driffield
East Yorkshire
YO25 6LJ  

Telephone: 01377 812123  

Email: secretary@gregknight.com
Website: www.gregknight.com (external website)

House of Commons Office:
Teresa Sothcott, Private Secretary
House of Commons
London
SW1A 0AA

Telephone: 0207 219 4077  
Email: secretary@gregknight.com

Who is the MP for Haltemprice and Howden?

The MP for Haltemprice and Howden is The Rt. Hon. David Davis (Conservative) whose contact details are below.

House of Commons Office:
The Rt. Hon. David Davis MP
House of Commons
London
SW1A 0AA

Telephone: 020 7219 5900
Email: david.davis.mp@parliament.uk
Website (information only no contact details):  The Rt. Hon. David Davis MP Member of Parliament for Haltemprice & Howden (external website)

Who is the MP for Hull West and Hessle?

The MP for Hull West and Hessle is Emma Hardy (Labour) whose contact details are below:

House of Commons 

London 

SW1A 0AA

Email: emma.hardy.mp@parliament.uk 

Where can I find more information about Members of Parliament (MPs)?

If you are unsure as to whom your MP is please contact the House of Commons Information Office on 020 7219 4272.

More information about MPs can also be found on the UK Parliamentary website.

UK Parliament (external website)

or by contacting the House of Commons Information Office:

House of Commons Information Office
House of Commons
London
SW1A 2TT
Tel: 020 7219 4272 (Text phone: dial 18001 followed by 020 7219 4272)
Email: hcinfo@parliament.uk

How do I make a complaint about a Member of Parliament (MP)?

You can make a complaint about an MP via the GOV.uk website. 

To make a complaint:

  • go to the 'Committee on Standards in Public Life' page on GOV.uk (see link below)
  • then click on the link in the top-right of the page 'Would you like to complain about an MP?'. 
  • read the page, if you still wish to make a complaint, you can contact The Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards using the 'Contact Us' link in the left-hand menu on the page titled 'Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards'.

GOV.uk - Committee on standards in public life (external website) 

You can also read about standards expected of MPs on the Parliament.uk website:

Parliament.uk - Standards (external website)

Last Updated: Thursday, 22 February 2018