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'MP' stands for Member of Parliament. They represent everyone in their constituency, even the ones who didn't vote for them. They're based in the House of Comm…ons.
In the United Kingdom, an MP is a Member of Parliament. As a representative of their constituency, any member of the public that is over 18 and a British Citizen can stand for… election to the Parliament of the United Kingdom, the European Parliament or the Scottish Parliament.
If your talking about the army's MP then MP means Military Police . MP is where you are a Police Officer but in the Army .. You still have to go on affairs in Iraq,and Afghani…stan .. But when there's a Riot .. Your blasted for real..Take that from a US Soldier
A MP represents their city or town. They help people when it is needed. If you have complaint to make, tell your MP and they can help you solve it.
a mp represents an certain area or place
If you mean a political MP, then it's a Member of Parliament. MP can also stand for Military Police.
ny1 if you like boring stuff :L
Mask, Punkass, Skrape. Founders of TapouT
Members of Parliament, whilst in the House of Commons, may not refer to each other in the second person, but must always use the third person. Traditionally, Members or Parlia…ment do not refer to each other by name, but by constituency - "the Honourable Member for [constituency name]. If the Member of Parliament is also a member of the Privy Council, the address would be "the Right Honourable Member for [constituency name]. It is not always practical to expect Members to remember the constituency names of all of the participants to the debate, so referring to each other as "My (Right) Honourable Friend, Lady or Gentleman" is accepted.
An MP ********************************* mp (as shown in the question) could be the abbreviation for: Member of Parliment, or Military Police. (Not sure w…here the grammar part comes in?)
if you are talking about neopets, i can help you. If you say it 'mp' you would call it an mp, but if you say 'morphing potion' it would be a morphing potion.
Quite a bit like a Russian AK-47.
There are variations and combinations of the dynamic indications, but they break down into three categories. "F" is short for "forte," loud or strong. "P" is short for "piano,…" or soft. The "m" indicates "Mezzo" or medium and is combined with either "f" or "p".
If you mean the 5 C's, like you learn in school and such, it's Cotton Citrus Copper Climate Cattle
The initials MP can stand for Member of Parliament of Miles per Hour.