Thangam Debbonaire MP
Official website of Thangam Debbonaire, MP for Bristol West
If you need to contact Thangam Debbonaire MP about immigration problems, housing issues, or any other urgent personal concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0117 3790980 during office hours.
Your email will need to include:
– Your full name
– Your phone number
– Your address
– A full description of your situation
If you could also include any case numbers which apply to you (for example, your Home Office case number) that would be helpful.
Appointments with caseworkers can be booked on an individual basis.
MPs are only able to deal with casework for their constituency. To check which MP represents you, click here.
Surgery appointments with Thangam are also available. Please email or phone to book an appointment.
Surgeries generally take place on the second Friday of each month and on a Saturday towards the end of each month, but must be booked in advance. There is a always a high demand for appointments and the first available appointment may be in several weeks’ time. Please do try to raise your concerns by email first, if possible. Caseworkers are often better placed to deal with your problem more quickly.
If you would like to contact Thangam about a political issue, please read the ‘my views‘ section of the website first. Thangam may already have posted about the issue you want to raise.
If Thangam has not written about the issue you want to raise, email email@example.com with an outline of your concerns. Please bear in mind that Thangam receives hundreds of emails each day and it may be a few weeks before your email is answered.
If you’ve clicked on a petition organised by 38 Degrees, Change.org or one of the other campaigning organisations, please be aware that MPs receive hundreds of these petition emails every week, on scores of different topics. Thangam aims to answer all these emails, but they’re not a high priority and it may take several weeks.
If you are an organisation looking to book a meeting with Thangam, or if you are a journalist, please call 0117 3790981 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. Please do not use this number for casework questions.