When should you contact Dominic Grieve?

Dominic Grieve as a Member of Parliament

In his capacity as Member of Parliament for Beaconsfield, Dominic Grieve can only take up issues raised by his constituents. You can check whether Dominic Grieve is your...

Constituents usually come to Dominic as the first point of call, but your local Councillor may also be able to help with many issues.

MPs do not have any jurisdiction over local Council decisions. However, Dominic can write to a local Council and ask them to look into a problem or to...

Dominic Grieve: Britain is stronger in Europe


Since my election as an MP in 1997 I have been available to constituents in need of help or advice and hold regular surgeries in the constituency. Please click on Contact for more information and to request a surgery appointment.

After the General Election of May 2010, I was appointed Attorney General in the Coalition Government on June 9th 2010, I was made a Privy Councillor, serving until 15th July 2014. I currently serve as the Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament.


You can read my recent speeches here.


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Contact Dominic Grieve QC

Westminster office
020 7219 6220
House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA


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