Presentation on theme: "The Role of an MP In Parliament In the constituency In the party."— Presentation transcript:
The Role of an MP In Parliament In the constituency In the party
Parliament A backbench MP has the following role| To represent his constituents To raise issues of importance to his constituents. To scrutinise the work of the government To vote on new legislation To support his party
Constituency To listen to his constituents via surgeries To attend his/her local party meetings
Party To support the policies agreed by the party in parliament and via the media
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