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With local elections coming up in August, it’s become even more important for voters to know who their local counciller is. But how do you actually find that out, and how do you go about contacting them once you have?
Well one solution is to take a look at the new features on the People’s Assembly website.
The site, which is also accessible via mobile, allows you to find out who your MP or Ward Councillor is, where your nearest constituency office is located, and provide feedback on whether your constituency office is actually working well. This means that you can easily contact your local rep in order to report your concerns and problems.
People’s Assembly also shows you what each Member of Parliament has been saying in Parliament, and whether they have been attending meetings that they are supposed to attend, in order to help you resolve your problems.