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Members of Parliament are elected to represent the interests and concerns of their constituents in the House of Commons. MPs consider and propose new laws as well as using their position to ask Government Ministers questions about current issues. I split my time between Westminster and my constituency of Leeds North West. In Parliament, I raised issues that affect my constituents, attended debates and voted on new laws. This section provides further details about the work that I have done in Westminster.

Greg Mulholland

Select Committee

All Party Parliamentary Groups

Early Day Motions

Liberal Democrat Achievements in Government

Visits to Parliament

News from Westminster