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What is the email address of a peer at the House of Lords?


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2009-03-15 16:38:56
2009-03-15 16:38:56

That depends upon which peer: http://www.parliament.uk/about/contacting/lord.cfm says that "Many Peers do not have public email addresses". I'd advise you see this list: http://www.parliament.uk/directories/house_of_lords_information_office/alphabetical_list_of_members.cfm for those who have websites and go from there. Or send a snail mail (see the first link)

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