Chuka Umunna MP specifically/ (Other Mps) generally: Meet IN PERSON to deal with my case and not use assistants to deny access
Do we have a 'right' to see our MP face to face or directly by telephone or can they decide that they are too busy? If so, WHY are they too busy? Aren't they elected to serve their constituents? Imagine you have a serious problem and you need to see your MP face to face to discuss it, along with sensitive information/data that you don't feel comfortable divulging to their assistants, or in writing, yet you are refused? Can this be right? If so- shouldn't we CHANGE it and compel our elected representatives to deal with us in person? Remember - WE are paying them!