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If you have an issue, a problem, an opinion you want to discuss with me, or you would like to visit Parliament, there are lots of ways to get in touch:
Contact my Westminster Office:
House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
Phone: 020 7219 8391
Fax: 020 7219 1986
Contact my Newcastle constituency office:
Waterloo Buildings, 79-81 Dunkirk, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs ST5 2SW
Phone: 01782 715033
Fax: 01782 613174
I hold regular surgeries in the constituency. No appointment is needed and the surgeries run on a first come, first served basis. Surgeries are held in the new Civic Hub at Castle House, located off Queen's Gardens on Ironmarket, and will be held each month as follows:
1st Friday of the month from 3.30pm until 5pm
3rd Friday of the month from 1pm until 2.30pm
No appointment is needed and the surgeries run on a first come, first served basis.
If you wish to discuss an issue with me, it is always helpful to call the constituency office in advance on 01782 715 033 to let us know the issue you want to raise.
If you would like to visit Parliament for a tour or to watch a debate:
I am happy to help arrange for a tour and apply for special permits on your behalf. There are, however, a few restrictions on tours of the Palace of Westminster.
Tours take place:
Monday and Tuesday: 9am-12pm (full tour)
Wednesday: 9am-9.20am (full tour) and 9.25am-12pm (partial tour of Lords only)
Thursday: no tours
Friday: 3.30pm-5pm (full tour)
One permit and one guide is required for every twenty people.
The Central Tours Office issue a certain number of special permits available each day. Once all the permits have been allocated no more will be issued. As you can imagine, it can be quite difficult to fit everyone in for a tour on their chosen date.
I am also glad to help obtain tickets for the Strangers' Gallery of the House of Commons for constituents. Each Member of Parliament is allocated two tickets, about once a fortnight. As you may know, Strangers' Gallery Tickets for Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesdays are very difficult to get hold of. I will do my best to arrange tickets for Prime Minister's Questions, but it helps if constituents can provide a choice of dates, as far in advance as possible.
Alternatively, you can complete the form below.
Under parliamentary rules, Paul can only take up issues for people who live or work in the Newcastle-under-Lyme constituency. If you are from outside the constituency, Paul is happy to refer the case on, so you can get help from your MP.