Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How do I find out if Jim is my MP?
A. Jim is the MP for Poplar and Limehouse, which includes Poplar, Bow, Limehouse, Wapping, St Katherine’s and the Isle of Dogs. Have a look at a map of the constituency. Alternatively, use the ‘Find your MP’ service on the Parliament website.
Q. Can Jim assist me even if I do not live in the constituency?
A. There is a strict parliamentary protocol which dictates that MPs may only represent their constituent.
How many days is Jim in the constituency?
A. Jim lives in the constituency with his wife Sheila and frequently attends events and meetings throughout the week and on weekends in Poplar and Limehouse.
Q. How can I contact Jim?
A. Please write, email or phone Jim and we’ll aim to get back to you as soon as possible. The contact section of this website has full details.
Q. How do I book an appointment for surgery?
A. Surgeries are held on the 1st, 2nd and 4th Friday of each month from 3.30 pm at Trussler Hall, 78 Grundy Street, E14 6DR. For an appointment please call Louise or Joytera on: 0207 536 0562/0572. Alternatively Jim’s experienced caseworkers are based at Trussler Hall every weekday from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm.
Q. Can Jim help me with my benefits?
A. Yes. Write to us providing all the details either in a letter, by phone or by email. Please ensure you state the specific problem and include your address.
Q. I want Jim to support a policy or campaign. How do I get in touch?
A. If you’re a constituent please contact Jim directly on firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively send a letter to the address supplied in the contact section.
Q. How can I find out how Jim has voted?
A. The website theyworkforyou is a great way of seeing how each MP has voted.
Q. Where can I find Jim’s expenses?
A. You can find a full list of Jim’s expenses here.
Q. How can I invite Jim to an event I am holding?
A. You can either send an invitation in the post to the address supplied in contacts section or via email email@example.com.
Q. Is it possible to get a tour of Westminster?
A. Jim regularly gives tours of Parliament. If you are a constituent the best thing to do is to get in touch by email firstname.lastname@example.org and register your interest. Please remember to include your address and how many people you wish to bring.