Contact

     Casework and parliamentary business

   Political party business for Layla

(for the local Party please see below)

Email

   layla.moran.mp@parliament.uk    layla@laylamoran.com

Phone 

   01235 522535    Please use email
Post

   Layla Moran 
   Unit C5 ,Grange Court
   Abingdon Science Park
   Barton Lane
   ABINGDON.   OX14 3NB

 

 

   OxWAb Liberal Democrats
   Unit C5 ,Grange Court
   Abingdon Science Park
   Barton Lane
   ABINGDON.   OX14 3NB

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What is an advice surgery and when are they?

Advice surgeries are opportunities for constituents with problems to come and speak to me about personal issues or problems that they are experiencing. My caseworkers and I take details of the problems and will then make enquiries about them. Advice surgeries are only for constituents.

Advice Surgeries move day, time and venue around the constituency in order to be near as many constituents as possible over a period of time. I am sorry but practicalities mean that it is difficult to publish all the details in advance.

How to get an appointment at a surgery

I operate an appointment system. To get an appointment please email layla.moran.mp@parliament.uk or telephone my office on 01235 522535.

Please note that my staff will ask for your name, contact details and address, and also details of the issue you want to raise with me. This is because surgeries are usually oversubscribed, and so we want make the best use of your time (and mine) by doing preliminary research before you see me. This may involve writing to third parties before the surgery to get their take on the situation.

If your situation is urgent, or if there are reasons why you cannot provide detail over the telephone or in writing, then I will try to fit you in as soon as I can. If it is not possible - for example, because my surgery is fully booked for some time ahead - I may ask you to have a meeting with one of my caseworkers. He or she will take notes, ask questions, look at whatever paperwork you have and report back to me.

If you have special needs, please do not hesitate to let me know, so that we can adapt to your needs as far as is possible.

Privacy - I and my office take your privacy very seriously, and process any data you give to us in line with the requirements of the GDPR. Read more here.

Complaints - if you have any complaints about how we handle your data, please contact me at layla.moran.mp@parliament.uk or telephone my office on 01235 522535 (ask for the Senior Caseworker). Please include your name, address, telephone number and details of your complaint.